Lancaster County Carriage & Antique Auction

June 24 - 25, 2016
Bird-in-Hand Auction Grounds
Hosted by the Bird-in-Hand Fire Company, the Lancaster County Carriage & Antique Auction is a premiere event that takes place annually on the last Thursday and Friday in June. There is an Early Bird Auction on Thursday afternoon, and an all day auction on Friday. Thousands of people come to the village of Bird-in-Hand for the auction, which is held on the Smucker Homestead. Equine and antique enthusiasts, consignors, local residents, out-of-town visitors, and whole families look forward to the event each year. The auction is known for its fine carriages; great selection of miniature horses; and harness, tack, and carriage appointments. It also offers one-of-a-kind antiques, furniture, and high-quality quilts and crafts. An attractive part of the auction is the sale of annuals, perennials, roses, flowering shrubs and bushes, shrubbery, ornamental grasses, and trees.