The Hawaii All-Collectors Show is a huge vintage and antiques treasure hunt, of sorts, that takes place each year near our Accommodations in Waikiki. The Hawaii All-Collectors Show is Hawaii’s original annual vintage collectibles and antiques show and sale, and it features more than 150 booths containing the largest selection of Hawaiiana that you’ll find under one roof. If you’re looking for Things to do in Honolulu on the 13th of July, head to the Blaisdell Center Exhibition Hall for this fun and unique Event.
Vendors from Oahu, the other Hawaiian islands, the Mainland, and even Japan will be on hand selling exciting wares like Aloha shirts, Niihau shell leis, art, beads, comics, estate jewelry, and kitchen goods. You’ll find stamps, coins, rattan and koa furniture, Mid-Century décor, sports cards, surfing memorabilia, kokeshi, and Pyrex, among other items, in what has become one of the premier Honolulu Events for antique dealers, collectors, and hobbyists.
The Hawaii All-Collectors Show takes place just moments from our Accommodations in Waikiki, as do many other exciting Honolulu Events held throughout the year. If you’re looking for Accommodations in Waikiki that are close to the most popular Things to do in Honolulu, choose Courtyard by Marriott Waikiki Beach.
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Some of the fantastic items you’ll find at the Hawaii All-Collectors Show include fire king goods, kimonos, Orientalia, textiles, toys, dolls, tribal items, ukuleles, and more. The Hawaii All-Collectors Show celebrates its 24th year in Hawaii in 2014, bringing a new selection of antiques and vintage pieces like rare Hawaiian Monarchy documents, autographs, medals, gold, silver, anime, orchids, and pretty much anything you can think of that has to do with Hawaii of the past.
Visitors’ tips for attending the Hawaii All-Collectors Show:
- The Hawaii All-Collectors Show is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., with early entry for VIPs at 10 a.m.