FAQs

FAQs2018-09-17T21:50:46+00:00
What is the location of the Show?2018-09-17T21:17:55+00:00

The 2018 Theta Charity Antiques Show will be held at the George R. Brown Convention Center, Hall A.

What are the Show hours?2018-09-17T21:20:03+00:00

The Show opens Friday, November 16 and Saturday, November 17 at 10 a.m. The Show opens Sunday, November 18 at 12 p.m. The Show closes every day at 6 p.m. For more information about the Show hours, view the Event Schedule page.

How do I get to the Show?2018-09-17T21:21:28+00:00

A map and directions are provided on the Location page.

What parking is available during the Show?2018-09-17T21:22:52+00:00

Free and paid parking is available around the George R. Brown Convention Center. View the Location page for more information. Valet parking is also available at all times and is complimentary for the Preview Party.

Are there dining facilities at the Show?2018-09-17T21:26:42+00:00

Food and beverages may be purchased at the Show. All speaker events include complimentary food and beverages.

Is the Show wheelchair accessible?2018-09-17T21:27:09+00:00

Yes!

May I bring a stroller to the Show?2018-09-17T21:27:53+00:00

Yes! Please limit to compact strollers due to aisle width.

How do I locate specific exhibitors or exhibitors who sell specific items?2018-09-19T18:05:58+00:00

Information about this year’s exhibitors may be found on the Exhibitors page. The Show also offers a complimentary catalog upon entry with information about each exhibitor and an event map.

How can I get the most out of my time at the Show?2018-09-17T21:41:21+00:00

We’re so glad you asked. Here are a few tips we’ve gathered over the years:

  • If you frequent the Show, you probably have an exhibitor or two who works actively with and for you to find the items you are looking for. If you do not see something that you are interested in – Ask! Get to know the exhibitors who sell items you collect. You will see them year after year, and once they know you are serious, they will pick up things with you in mind.
  • Have personal cards printed with your name and phone number and pass them out to an exhibitor with the item you are looking for jotted down.
  • Know more about what you are seeing by reading books on the items you collect before you come to the Show. You will be more confident in your purchasing decisions.
  • Because the Show occupies such a grand space, be sure to note the name and booth number where your favorite items are displayed. After hours of browsing, walking and talking it is easy to forget where you were when you saw that prized piece!