About Marburger Farm
Since its founding in 1997, Marburger Farm Antique Show has been a favorite source for the discerning and devoted antiques-lover, and over the course of its twenty-five-year and forty-nine show history, solidified a place amongst the top shows of its kind in the world.
Located approximately halfway between Austin and Houston, in Round Top, Texas, Marburger Farm Antique Show (informally referred to as simply “Marburger”) is the grand finale of Round Top's famed antiques weeks. Started by two expert dealers, one of whom can still be found in his original Tent A booth location, Marburger now hosts more than three hundred exhibitors across five football field-sized tents and ten of the Farm’s century-old historic buildings.
Having combed the globe for the extraordinary, our intensely curated blend of dealers converge on forty-three pastoral acres each spring and fall to create an alternate universe. Their unique booths and inventive installations are packed with an endless variety of styles and decorative eras. Americana, Continental, Industrial, Mid-Century Modern, Art Deco, Asian, African... the list goes on, and the result is in an inspiring amalgamation, a visual feast that is beyond compare.
Throughout the five-day show, Marburger exhibitors replenish their shoppable microcosms with new finds, displays, and, in the process, endless design ideas. Fueled by a creative spirit and dauntless passion, our dealers take deep pride in what they present at Marburger. Their recondite knowledge infuses the show and has long contributed to its distinction as a trusted resource for the interior designer, the collector, the treasure hunter, and even the aesthetically-inclined celebrity.
An event you indeed must see to believe, Marburger’s electric Opening Day is on a short list of never-miss dates not only for some of the design world’s most influential and respected talents but for thousands of friends, family members, and fans who look forward to making memories they can take home and recall with relish.
This twice-yearly tradition has matured into an experience so singular that one cannot really know Round Top without spending a day (or three) at Marburger Farm. It’s called a show for a reason!
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