It’s a tradition, fall colors, antiques, chowder and pie all enjoyed outside on the Lebanon Green as the Lebanon Historical Society celebrates 52 years of its outdoor antique show.

For more than half a century, rain or shine, antique dealers and collectors gather on the Green in Lebanon, CT. Once a common sight in Connecticut towns, outdoor antique shows are now almost gone from the landscape. The show on the Lebanon Green offers a bit of nostalgia for everyone.

Now in its 52nd Year
the Lebanon Historical Society's
at the Intersections of Routes 207 & 87
in Lebanon, Connecticut
held on
from 9 am to 3 pm.

Held Rain or Shine.
Free Parking.
Admission is $5.00.

Up to 60 dealers will offer antiques and high-quality collectibles to buyers who come from around the state and throughout southern New England. The event started in 1966 as a money-making effort to fund Society programs and, eventually, to help pay for the land needed to build a Museum. Today, the Antique Show is still the Historical Society’s largest and most important fundraising event with proceeds supporting school programs, exhibits, and historical presentations.

Some dealers have been participating for many years, but new-to-the-field dealers are added every year. Visitors can expect to find everything from 19th-century furniture to vintage tools and from traditional pottery to textiles, glassware and jewelry.

For the $5 admission fee visitors can spend the day wandering the field, talking with dealers and finding a bargain. Lunch and snacks are available for purchase all day including home-made chowders, sandwiches as well as grilled burgers and dogs and end it all with a slice or two of home-made pie!

For additional information contact
the Lebanon Historical Society at 860-642-6579.
[email protected]

Always the last Saturday in September on the Lebanon Green…Don’t Miss It!