Arkansas PBS is excited to once again welcome “Antiques Roadshow,” PBS’s most-watched ongoing series, back to Arkansas for a day-long appraisal event in Bentonville Tuesday, May 14. 

Who among us hasn't dreamed of finding that one thing in grandma's attic that would bring in a pretty penny at auction? Get ready Arkansas, your chance is coming in May as the hit PBS series "Antiques Roadshow" returns to Arkansas.

Old Sturbridge Village - ANTIQUES ROADSHOW screenshot 3 - YouTube
Old Sturbridge Village - ANTIQUES ROADSHOW screenshot 3 - YouTube

“We at Arkansas PBS are thrilled at the opportunity to welcome ‘Antiques Roadshow’ back to our great state and to be a part of capturing the stories behind Arkansans' cherished family heirlooms and hidden treasures for a national audience,” Arkansas PBS Executive Director and CEO Courtney Pledger said. “Our commitment to providing our viewers with enriching experiences aligns perfectly with the spirit of "Antiques Roadshow."

The event will be filmed for three episodes of “Roadshow” to be released as part of the series’ 29th season premiering in 2025.

Old Sturbridge Village - ANTIQUES ROADSHOW screenshot - YouTube
Old Sturbridge Village - ANTIQUES ROADSHOW screenshot - YouTube


“Antiques Roadshow” appraisal event. Ticketed guests will receive free verbal evaluations of their antiques, art, and collectibles in a day-long, outdoor event.
Each ticketed guest is invited to bring two items for appraisal.


Tuesday, May 14, 2024, beginning at 7:30 AM.


Bentonville, Arkansas. The final venue will be determined closer to the tour date.

To guarantee admission into the “Antiques Roadshow” appraisal event, the Arkansas PBS Foundation will make a limited number of tickets available for a donation of $500 per pair. These tickets may be obtained at and will be delivered electronically.

Arkansas PBS is seeking volunteers interested in assisting during the event for a behind-the-scenes look at this beloved series. Volunteer details and sign-up is available at

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