Burley-in-Wharfedale Vintage Fair

Burley-in-Wharfedale Vintage Fair takes place on the first Sunday of Burley Summer Festival. It falls on the same day as the annual classic car show and food festival, with plenty of other activities on the same day in the village. It’s a free event, so make sure you come along and browse the stalls selling all sorts of vintage goodies.

Burley Vintage Fair

Where to Find Us

Burley-in-Wharfedale is a village, situated between Ilkley and Otley in West Yorkshire. It’s just off the A65, and is on the Ilkley train line, with easy access to Leeds and Bradford in less than half an hour.

The fair takes place in the Annex of the Queens Hall, on Main Street. There is free parking around the back of the hall, and a fair amount of free on-street parking within easy walking distance.

What to Expect at the Fair

It’s always a brilliant atmosphere at the Burley fair. There is so much going on in the village, and people have a great time checking it all out. The craft market is situated next door and people often like to come and check both fairs out. Hopefully the weather will be fine, as there is plenty to do outside as well.

When you come into the vintage fair, you will find a host of stalls selling all sorts of vintage goods from between the 1920s and 1980s. There is homeware, clothes (for women and men), pictures, books, toys, ornaments, furniture and more. It’s a real treasure trove of classic designs, kitsch and everything in between.