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5 reasons you need to get tickets now for Antiques at the Gardens, Sept. 29-Oct. 2

  • October 21, 2022

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Grant Trick at Antiques at the Gardens
Grant Trick is the mastermind behind Grant Trick Furnishings in Irondale. He and many other design whizzes from around the country will be at Antiques at the Gardens. (Jim Larsen)

If you’re an antiques fan, Antiques at the Gardens is where you need to be at the end of September. You’ll come away from this premier antiques show with all the architecture, design, floral, landscape and furniture inspo you could ever need. Tickets are limited—buy yours now, and keep reading for all the details.

Know before you go to Antiques at the Gardens

Antiques at the Gardens
Check out this antique copper pitcher + other such wares at Antiques at the Gardens. (Quez Shipman)
  • What: 16th annual premier antiques show featuring talks by nationally + internationally acclaimed interior designers, floral designers, architects, landscape architects and furniture designers, attracting visitors from across the Southeast.
  • Where: the Birmingham Botanical Gardens.
  • When: Thursday, September 29-Sunday, October 2
  • Sponsored by: presenting sponsor First Horizon Bank + textile sponsor Sister Parish Design.
  • Hosted by: the nonprofit Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens.
  • Why: Your support enables the Friends to play a critical role in supplementing the Gardens’ operational needs and ensuring the ongoing stewardship and enhancement of the Gardens. Proceeds also allow the Friends to offer a broad range of programs that inform, inspire, and enrich our community. 
  • Shop: 22 celebrated dealers will have booths where you can shop ‘til you drop from Friday-Sunday.
  • Note for Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens: 
    • Members of the Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens at the Friend ($50) through Supporter ($250) levels will receive one complimentary, single-day general admission to the 2022 show on the day of their choice. 
    • Members at the Ambassador ($500) and Benefactor Circle ($1,000) levels will receive complimentary three-day general admission for two.
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