Located on the eastern shore of San Francisco Bay, Alameda Point was formerly the Alameda Naval Air Station. With its stunning panoramic views of the San Francisco skyline, the Bay Bridge, Marin County, the Oakland Port facility, and the sparkling waters of San Francisco Bay, the old aircraft runways provide an ideal site for what is certainly the most scenic antique show in the world.
Now in its 12th year of operations this event, held on the 1st Sunday every month, is host to over 10,000 antique buyers who converge here to search over 800 antique dealer booths for the widest array of antiques and collectibles to be found anywhere on the West Coast. The Antiques Faire has been named as one of the best antique shows in the nation. The event attracts both shoppers and sellers from all over the United States and is often a favorite destination for tour groups from other nations.
While at the Antiques Faire, check out the great variety of food that is available for your enjoyment. Alameda Point has an array of international cuisine choices and you will certainly find something to your liking.
Amenities at the Antiques Faire include free parking, free shuttle service from the parking lot to the show entrance, courtesy flat cart use to move large objects, customer loading zones, shopping cart rentals, a customer lounge, ample portable toilet facilities and hundreds of friendly and knowledgeable antique dealers who travel the world to find treasures for you to bring home a future heirloom.
Admission tickets are $15 between 6am – 7:30am, $10 from 7:30am – 9am and $59am – 3pm. There is no admission after 3pm. Parking and shuttles are free.
For vendors, booth rentals are $155, additional booths are $130. Optional table rentals are $10. Online dealer registration and credit card payments end on Friday at 12am preceding the Sunday show.
Exhibitors can sell only antiques and collectibles that are at least 20 years old. Exceptions are books, price lists, and catalogs directly related to the antiques and collectibles trade. Also, small items that relate to the restoration and preservation of antiques and collectibles, such as polishes, finish restorers, and plate holders are allowed.