This longstanding community tradition started in 1974, and over the years it has provided good buying and selling opportunities for lovers of antiques and collectibles and anyone seeking vintage items that are not available at department stores.
The quaint and historic setting will host 100-180 vendors offering a variety of one-of-a-kind items covering a wide price range. The gate opens at 7:30 Sunday morning, and the market continues through early afternoon, although some vendors are set up by 1:00 p.m. Saturday and sell that afternoon.
There is parking on site; admission is $3 per car. Parking revenues are divided equally between the Salem Twp. Volunteer Fire Dept. No. 2 (Forbes Road) and the Westmoreland County Historical Society who administers Historic Hanna’s Town for WestmorelandCountyParks and Recreation.
Vendors of antiques and collectibles are welcome to set up for the day or weekend. Antiques & collectibles only; please no flea market items. The vendor fee of $35 and benefits the Westmoreland County Historical Society’s education and preservation projects at Historic Hanna’s Town, a Revolutionary War period settlement and site of the first English courts west of the Allegheny Mountains.
No pets permitted.