America’s Largest Antique and Collectible Show

Friday July 14th, 2017 - Early Buyers Day

Saturday, July 15th & Sunday July 16th,  2017 - General Admission

Halls D & E 

Friday: (early buyers day – badge required) 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
*Outdoor Booths will open at 8 a.m. on Friday morning. Early Buyers Badge is required. 
Saturday: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sunday: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Early Buyers Badge: $30 (Good for all 3 days)

Saturday & Sunday
General Admission: $8
Children 12 – 17 years: $3
Children under 12: FREE

Want to buy your tickets in advance? Buy your tickets here! Advance tickets subject to transaction fee.

There's nothing more enjoyable than strolling around on a beautiful summer day, going treasure hunting at an all vintage show. The range of idversity makes sure there is something for everyone. Some examples include jukeboxes, vintage clothing, 40s kitchenware, estate jewelry, old tools, fishing, pop culture items from the 1970s and 80s, pricess phones, die-cast toys, old board games, Sci-Fi books and comics and, well you get the drift. If fine antiques are your preference, the Expo als offers bronzes, important paintings, sterling smalls, estate jewelry, coins, sterling flatware and more. This show is a great source of things to rehabe your vintage home with the real thing. You can find restored period lighting, furniture in American, European, 1890s golden oak, mahogany and country styles. There is a shipping booth onsite, so you don't have to worry abou thow to get something home. America's Largest Antique & Collectible Show offers 400 booths outside plus 900 booths isnide a tthe Portland Expo Center on July 15 & 16. 

Plus, this year, the show will collaborate witht he N.W. Regional Chapter of thw Watch & Clock Mart, a show within a show that will add 160 tables filled with vintage watches and clocks for sale. "This is a new addition to the July Show that we are really excited about," said produce Christine Palmer. "This partnership between the two shows is historic as far swe know and will expand the reach of both events," she said. The NAWCC, a national organziation extablished in 1943, is filled with knowledgable members who can answer questions about your family watch or clock. Just about any historic clock restoration in the Portland are was done witht he help of NAWCC members. So ths year you really could find the wristwatch that your father wore. The Watch & Clock Show ill be located on the North end of Hall D. 

Want to have an item appraised? Accredited appraisers will be a the show during all public hours, providing verbal market evaluations for $7 per object with all proceeds to the Portland Police Sunshine Division. 

Parking is $8 per space, per entry. Carpools of three or more are $7.
Exhibitor parking is $8 and includes in and out privileges.

Shuttles will be running Friday through Sunday for overflow parking. Visit our Shuttle Advisory Page for more information. 

Find Directions or plan your trip on TriMet’s Trip Planner

For more information visit Palmer Wirfs & Associates

Friday, July 14, 2017 - 09:00 to Sunday, July 16, 2017 - 17:00