Fall Back in Time at Round Top

Round Top
Round Top is always buzzing with activity, especially in fall. Round Top has a reputation for perfecting all things old: antiques, and even Shakespeare!

Round Top is always buzzing with activity, especially in fall. Round Top has a reputation for perfecting all things old: antiques, historic dance halls, and even Shakespeare. This unique Texas gem is the perfect spot to welcome the new season!

Shakespeare at Winedale – Winedale Theatre Barn

This repurposed barn is one of the best places to experience Shakespeare. Actors from the London Stage, a unique five-member troupe from the University of Notre Dame, travels every year to Winedale Theatre Barn to perform a Shakespeare play—this year, it’s one of his best-known comedies, Much Ado About Nothing.

3738 Farm to Market Road 2714, Round Top, TX 78954

October 25, 2014, 7pm

Fall 2014 Round Top Antique Show

Hailed by the Huffington Post as home to “the world’s best antique fair,” Round Top showcases the perfect kitschy treasures to put anyone in the spirit of fall. The fall 2014 fair runs from Friday, September 19th to Sunday, October 5th and features over 20 unique vendors.

The Prairie Hotel by Rachel Ashwell

Rachel Ashwell’s “Shabby Chic” style comes to life at The Prairie, her widely-recognized boutique bed-and-breakfast. Peppered with fresh flowers and antique treasures, this sophisticated getaway is the perfect place to relax after a day of shopping or a night of Shakespeare.

5808 Wagner Rd, Round Top, TX 78954

Junk Gypsy

Janie Sikes and her daughters Amie and Jolie are gypsies at heart, and they have the “world’s finest junk” to prove it! Featured on HGTV and Great American Country, Junk Gypsy is truly one-of-a-kind and a must-see this fall in Round Top. They’ll have special offerings during the antique show, too.

1215 Texas 237, Round Top, TX 78954

Barn Dance and Dinner Gala

The Texas Cotton Gin Museum will hold the 11th annual dance and dinner in nearby Burton. The night will include a steak and shrimp dinner, live auction, music by the Bret Graham Band, and, of course, dancing! Proceeds benefit the museum, so come out and help keep the history alive!

550 Texas 237, Burton, TX 77835

October 18, 2014

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