Antique Lovers Flock to Rochester For Gold Rush
Thousands of people are expected in Rochester this Weekend for the annual Original Olmsted County Gold Rush Antique Show and Flea Market at Graham Park in Rochester.
This is the 47th year for the event, which was originally held in Oronoco but moved to years ago to the Olmsted County Fairgrounds. It is considered one of the largest shows of its kind in the Midwest. Organizers say dealers from all over the United States will be displaying and selling their wares, which include antique furniture, primitives, glassware, pottery, jewelry, clocks, and other collectibles. Booths featuring the many exhibitors are set up both indoors and outdoors throughout the entire 52-acre site.
Admission is free, while parking at the site will cost $5. The show starts Friday and runs through Sunday.
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