Over 40 trade stands selling antique furniture, retro decor, fine art, jewellery, vintage fashion. An elegant and historic venue overlooking Dun Laoghaire harbour, a perfect location for a day out browsing for bargains. 2 minutes from the DART station frequent buses from city Hours 11am to 6pm, admission €3.50 More information... Log in to update this listing Dublin's biggest Sunday fair, established over 20 years, 45 traders in antique and vintage furniture and decor, art, rare books, jewellery, vintage fashion, collectibles and curios. Parking, regular bus service, great Sunday lunch served. Log in to update this listing Dates to be confirmed... Log in to update this listing Antiques Fair traders from across Ireland will be exhibiting furniture, jewellery, fine art, vintage, coins, books and curios. " when his mother goes to his room with him he says " Scaredy go way." There is a little girl that many people have seen on the property and she is usually seen in the Adair house and turns the lights in the attic on and off.The employees have left toys in the attic and they will be in one spot when they leave that day and when they return the next morning they will be moved.Temperature drops about 10 degrees in old train bed. And there is a part of the Allatoona Lake named Windy Waters people have looked in the water of there and seen her.Sound of light footsteps, assuming a child, running down the hall.Admission to the antiques fair euro 3.50 for adults.
The sounds of chairs moving in the kitchen and the icemaker being used have been heard.Gunshots, voices, strange orbs of light, ghost train.Orbs of light by old grave of unknown Confederate soldier have been reported. Sighting of transparent glowing ghosts by Windy Water's grave.11am till 6pm admission 3.50 Euro FAIRS HOTLINE 087 2670607, INTERNATIONAL 353 872670607. The fair will feature antiques and vintage furniture, decor, collectables, curios, art, rare books and more. Log in to update this listing At "town and country" venue just 25 minutes from Dublin city centre, this hotel is located in the historic village of Celbridge, the building itself dating from the mid 18th century. 30 traders will be exhibiting, so the fair will be crammed with lots of things to browse and buy. 30 traders from across Ireland will be exhibiting furniture, jewellery, fine art, vintage, coins, books and curios.