Lexington Missouri's Annual Apples, Arts & Antiques Festival

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Event Details

A short drive through beautiful fall foliage and apple orchards just east of Kansas City will bring you to a town filled with a rich cultural heritage. Lexington boasts more than 130 antebellum buildings, great shopping, restaurants and plenty of history.

Quality antiques dealers will highlight their antiques, local artists will display their works of art and a variety of food vendors will offer food and refreshments. Apple delicacies will be featured such as apple dumplings, apple pie, apple cider and a variety of fresh apples from local Orchards will be available.

The show is expected to attract thousands of visitors and residents. This event takes place rain or shine. There is something for every taste and every level of collecting-sophistication at the show. Visitors will enjoy a festive atmosphere featuring live music, food & refreshments, and of course the delight of seeing and purchasing antiques.

Saturday, 9:00 - 5:00,
Sunday, 9:00 - 4:00

The Lexington area is the largest apple producing area in Missouri, with more than 20 varieties of apples. Antique dealers and vendors setup on Main Street to bring you two days of shopping, entertainment and activities in downtown Lexington, Missouri. To reserve Antique Vendor Space call 660-259-4231.

Lexington Missouri's Annual Apples, Arts & Antiques Festival

Address : Main Street, Lexington MO
Phone : 660-259-3082   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free


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