Alameda Point Antiques Faire Photowalk/Scavenger Hunt

If you've never been to the Alameda Point Antique Fair, you're missing out! It's a real treat!

The Alameda Point Antiques Faire is the largest antiques show in Northern California. Held on the 1st Sunday of every month, the Faire boasts over 800 Dealer booths.  All items are 20 years old or older.  The ultimate place to shop for vintage and antique home decorations, clothing, furniture, jewelry, art, pottery, books & collectibles.

A fabulous place to do a photowalk and scavenger hunt!

Learn more about the faire here:

We will meet just outside the entrance. Fee for entering at 9 am - $5.00 (doors open at 6 am, if you want to go earlier and meet us at 9)
Free parking! Shuttles are available.


During the hours between 9:00 am and 11:00 am, there can be traffic congestion in the Webster Tube and at the Main Street entrance to the Faire. Please keep these other routes handy and plan to use alternate routes to enter our event during this time. These directions will take you to our Faire without using the Webster Tube:

From 880 Northbound exit at High Street, Alameda, turn left, go over the bridge and proceed 6 blocks on High Street to Central Avenue, turn right, proceed 3 miles to the end of Central, bear left at the light onto Main Street and continue until it ends at the main entrance.

From San Francisco on 880 Southbound exit at 23rd Street, Alameda (2 exits past the Alameda Tube exit). Continue on the frontage road along the freeway on for ¾ mile and bear right onto the Park Street Bridge. Proceed 4 blocks to Lincoln Avenue, turn right, follow Lincoln 2 miles until it ends at Main Street, turn right on Main Street and continue and continue until it ends at the main entrance.

To get to the 2nd entrance and parking lot, follow the directions above to the end of Main Street and turn left on Navy Way (just before the main gate) and then right onto West Redline Ave. The entrance is on the right side of the road next to the ball field. This entrance is marked on the map.

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  • Alison S.

    It was an adventure getting there, and the eye candy was abundant, as I think Joie already said. Very fun!

    1 · February 5, 2013

  • Joie Cameron B.

    Awesome photowalk today. There was an abundance of photographic eye candy. And I found a fantastic new toy for my camera at an incredible bargin. Thanks Sally, you picked this one very well,

    1 · February 3, 2013

  • colleen

    Sorry I couldn't make it. Will try next time. I apologize for not letting you know ahead of time. Hope you all had fun.

    February 3, 2013

    • Sally C.

      No big deal. See you next time!

      February 3, 2013

  • Shari W.

    Sally, do the vendors let you take pictures of their merchandise? Are there any signs posting about photography being allowed?

    January 17, 2013

    • Sally C.

      There are no restrictions.

      January 30, 2013

  • Susan

    Let's see.... the game's not until 3PM.... I just may try to make it.
    GO NINERS!!!!

    January 30, 2013

    • Sally C.

      Didn't realize it was the same day when I booked it. Yes, we will be done long before it starts.

      January 30, 2013

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