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Sacramento Antique Faire

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Sacramento Antique Faire

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Historic Folsom: A Self-Guided GPS Audio Walking Tour around the Old Town
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Historic Folsom: A Self-Guided GPS Audio Walking Tour around the Old Town

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This self-guided GPS audio walking tour will explore the historic western gold rush town of Folsom, California. <br><br>The tour begins at the corner of Riley and Scott Street in Folsom’s Historic District and ends on Truss Bridge, with tranquil views of the American River. We’ll take in Figueroa Street, where you’ll find beautiful homes built in the late 1800s, and Sutter Street, which was once Folsom’s main street – and a picturebook Old Western main street. We’ll end our adventure on the Truss Bridge. <br><br>On this walking tour, you’ll hear about: <br><br>• Local Native American history <br>• California’s early history <br>• The history of the gold rush and how it's connected to Folsom <br>• The Victorian homes in Folsom <br>• The revitalization of the Historic District in Old Town Folsom <br>• Johnny Cash and the “Folsom Prison Blues”<br><br>The tour is ready whenever you are. It plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smart phone’s GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which works offline.
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happygalfromCA wrote a review Nov 2019
48 contributions34 helpful votes
What a fun way to browse tons of antiques for sale and a huge assortment of items! Fair prices, bargains, and the unusual as well! Opens 6:30am and goes til 3pm, we usually get through all venders in 2 hours, having a grand time of it!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Andy R wrote a review Aug 2019
Sacramento, California369 contributions109 helpful votes
Basically, it is like an antique flea market. There is only on street parking so sometimes you may need to walk a distance to get to it. It covers 2 city blocks under the I80/50 Freeway so much of it is shaded so even on hot summer days you can at least be in the shade. There are a few food vendors but there are plenty of places to eat just one block south all along Broadway. You could easily spend most of the day there if you are looking for several items. Many vendors have bargain prices, some are a bit high. If you decide to leave for a while, you can get stamped like in bars and come back later.Many regular vendors but there ares some new ones each month.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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tinaNtravel wrote a review Jun 2019
San Jose, California1,338 contributions529 helpful votes
The antique faire covers two blocks. You can find all sorts of items such as jewelry, dishes, glasses, crystal, clothes, tools, garden supplies, tables, chairs, books, records, paintings, rocks, etc. Basically you can find almost anything that is an antique. There are a lot of different sellers and you can try to bargain. Some accepted my offer and some wouldn't budge on the price. It costs $3 per person to enter the market. I suppose it is worth it - as it will take quite some time to look through everything, so you can consider it an entertainment charge. Be sure to bring your own water - as it gets very hot in the sun (most sellers are under the freeway in the shade, but not all). I believe I saw some food for sale and as far as restrooms, there are Port-O-Potties.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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gmfelkins wrote a review Aug 2018
Sacramento, California13 contributions1 helpful vote
The antique fair is held every second Sunday at 22nd and X. There are two city blocks full of antique dealers of every kind. Food trucks are always present.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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magnoliaeleven wrote a review Nov 2017
Reno, Nevada3,370 contributions103 helpful votes
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If you like junk in this is a good place to check out. 2 blocks of antique, vintage and junkin vendors. We typically come about twice a year. We recognize some of the vendors each time. It's a fun way to spend a Sunday morning. You just never know what you might find. They also have a few food vendors.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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