Neely Mansion, a Victorian-style residence built in 1894, will make room for the Vintage Market July 27. COURTEY PHOTO, Neely Mansion Association

Neely Mansion, a Victorian-style residence built in 1894, will make room for the Vintage Market July 27. COURTEY PHOTO, Neely Mansion Association

Neely Mansion Vintage Market coming July 27

  • Tuesday, July 16, 2019 1:55pm
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Neely Mansion – Auburn’s historic landmark – hosts its Vintage Market on Saturday, July 27.

A variety of vendors will offer vintage clothing, home decor, glassware, jewelry, woolens, Japanese-themed artwork and handmade collectibles. Master gardeners and the Neely Mansion Gift Shop will also be on-site.

Market hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the mansion, 12303 SE Auburn-Black Diamond Road, Auburn.

Tour the historic Victorian Classic Revival farmhouse, gardens, vintage farm equipment and 1930s Japanese bathhouse.

Admission is a $3 suggested donation per adult.

Vendor space is available. Visit neelymansion.org or contact Jeanie at 253-736-5608 for booth and event information.

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