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General Map of Shopping Area

Antique Alley Texas (AAT) routes include I-35W, State Hwy 67, Hwy 174, FM 4 - both (FM 4 S) & (FM 4 E), FM 916 & 66 and FM 157 are all roads that connect participating communities. Participating towns are Alvarado, Cleburne, Grandview, Maypearl, Sand Flat and Venus, TX. Sand Flat is an unincorporated community between Grandview and Cleburne.

FM 4 (also commonly referred to as Hwy 4) can be confusing for first timers because it is dissected in multiple places by other roads. Read more about finding the correct section of FM 4 on the "Local Info." link.

Many shows and shopping venues list their address for GPS and mapping purposes.

Between Grandview & Cleburne are where shoppers will find the highest concentration of private landowner shows located on Farm to Market Road 4. Grandview to Maypearl is via FM 916 (in downtown Grandview, it is Criner Street) east toward FM 66, on to Maypearl. Some of the private shows have upward of 200 vendors and dealers set up on their property. There is NO WAY to visit and see ALL the shows in one day! Grandview, Sand Flat and Cleburne have been home to the AAT event since 1999. Maypearl came on board about 2005. Other communities have joined in over the years with Venus, TX joining last year, in 2015.

 


For questions or comments please email: info@antiquealleytexas.com
 

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