Christmas in Smithfield Antiques Show & Historic Homes Tour tickets on sale now!

Christmas in Smithfield will take place  Saturday, December 5 from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and Sunday, December 6 from 12:00 noon until 5:00 p.m.

The Antiques Show: Held at the Smithfield Center (220 N. Church Street), the show will feature quality antiques dealers from Maryland to Florida – plus the nearly 30 antiques and gift shops that call Smithfield home – all dressed up for the season.

Starting today, you can buy the Christmas in Smithfield “Antiques Show & Both Homes Tours” tickets at the Visitor Center (319 Main St. – 9 AM to 5 PM). Sales began online last night. More than half of these tickets have been sold! This ticket includes all six homes on tour – the regular Saturday/Sunday tour and Saturday night’s Candlelight Tour – and the Antiques Show.

Spots on the Candlelight Tour are very limited. If the Show & Both Tours tickets sell out, the Candlelight will be completely full and no more Candlelight tickets will be available.

After a week – or if the Candlelight Tour sells out – the Antiques Show (discounted price = $4) and Antiques Show / Day Homes Tour combination tickets (discounted price = $20) will become available online and at the Visitor Center.

Featured homes on the Historic Homes Day Tour: Sat.: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. & Sun.: 12 noon – 5 p.m.

Jordan Poe

The James Robert Jordan House, 308 Grace Street (1907)

Cofer Dashielle house reduced Lee Poe
The Cofer-Dashiell House, 111 N. Mason Street (1898)

Grove Poe
The Grove, 220 Grace Street (1780s)

Featured homes on the Historic Homes Candlelight Tour: Saturday ONLY: 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Chapman Poe
The Benjamin Chapman House (the Old Library), 130 S. Church Street (1892)

berryman
The Berryman Mansion, 345 S. Church Street (1900)

Henning
The Henning Nelms House, 205 S. Church Street (1882)
Parking is available near the homes.

Additional events will be taking place in town including:

Victorian Traditions,” a living history program presented by the Dixie Belles, costumed interpreters, and a book signing by Smithfield author, Doris Rae Gwaltney at the Mansion on Main Bed & Breakfast, 36 Main Street.

Sing We Now of Christmas” Concert, Sunday, December 6 at 6:00 p.m. at Trinity United Methodist Church, 201 Cedar Street. An hour of seasonal music followed by a caroling procession to the 1750 Courthouse for more singing, cider and sweets. The performance includes the choirs from Trinity, Christ Episcopal, and Benns Church; Praise Bands; Hamtown Harmony Chorus; Handbells; and Children’s Choir along with other musicians and audience participation!

For a complete list of events taking place that weekend and throughout the holiday season go to the Events page of our website.

For more information, visit ChristmasInSmithfield.comor go to their Facebook page.

Proceeds benefit the Old Courthouse of 1750.
Click here for details on a Special Packages are available for this event from the Smithfield Station Waterfront Inn, Restaurant & Marina.