Austin | Dallas | Houston
For What It's Worth

Time to clean out your attic: Antiques Roadshow is rolling into Austin

Antiques Roadshow
Antiques Roadshow rolls into Austin this summer.  Courtesy of Antiques Roadshow / Facebook

PBS's beloved primetime appraisal program, Antiques Roadshow, is rolling into Austin this summer for a one-day stop at the Austin Convention Center. On June 28, locals are invited to bring antiques and collectibles for a free approximation, but you better act fast if you want to secure a spot. 

The deadline to apply for tickets to the Austin show is Monday, April 7.  Those interested can fill out the online form for a chance at tickets; guests will be randomly selected later this month. Lucky ticket holders will be allowed to bring two antiques or collectibles to the event, which will be evaluated free of charge by specialists from the country's leading auction houses and independent dealers. 

"Antiques Roadshow is visiting Austin for the first time since 2000, so we are long overdue for a trip," says Marsha Bemko, executive producer. "We'll appraise between 10,000-12,000 objects over the course of our taping event in Austin and can't wait to see the treasures that surface."

Austin is the fourth stop on the show's 2014 production tour, Bemko says. The tour will also roll through Bismarck, N.D., Santa Clara, Calif., Birmingham; Albuquerque, Chicago, New York City, and Charleston, W. Va.

For your appraisal fix ahead of the Austin tour stop, you can tune into Antiques Roadshow each Monday at 7 pm. 

Get Our Emails

Daily Digest

The Dining Report

Promo Alerts

We will not share or sell your email address

Vote Now
Who is the sexiest college coach in the Lone Star State?

We've been sizing up the field. And we don't mean the competition. Here are six of the sexiest college football coaches in the state of Texas. Who's your favorite?

Houston, hottest college football coach in Texas, August 2015, Tom Herman