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Lakewood Antiques Market

is Steeped in History!

Lakewood Founder Ed Spivia

and his good friend, Burt Reynolds

Who doesn't remember the Historic Lakewood Antiques Market at the old Lakewood Fairgrounds in Atlanta!

For twenty years, the old Historic Lakewood Antiques Market was one of the most beloved markets in the country.  Sprawling over a square mile at the old Southeastern Fair Grounds in Atlanta, the market consumed six gigantic buildings, courtyards, and grounds, turning the complex into an incredible treasure trove for the thousands who traveled there each month.

After the city of Atlanta purchased the lease, Lakewood moved to Cumming, Georgia, as Lakewood 400 Antiques Market.  Dealers and customers alike still miss their beloved Historic Lakewood, but have also come to love Lakewood 400. Lakewood 400 is the same market only on a smaller scale, with many of the same dealers having been with Lakewood for over 20 years, considering this their home away from home.

The former site of Historic Lakewood has been taken over by EUE Screen Gems.  To see the renovations Screen Gems has made, click here


What does the movie Deliverance have to do with Lakewood 400 Antiques Market?

The Next Generation ...

Lakewood 400 Antiques Market

Now celebrating 20 years at the current location in North Atlanta, Lakewood 400 is the premier marketContinuing his legacy, Ed's sons, Rhett & Greg Spivia, now run the market which is truly a family affair.

The monthly market is held on the 3rd full weekend of each month, with the exception of the December Antiques & Gift Market held on the 1st full weekend of December. 

This upscale market features over 75,000 square foot of indoor, climate controlled exhibit Halls, along with the outdoor Veranda and always eclectic Courtyard.  Dealers and Artisans traveling from all over the country to bring their best picks, finds and creations to the Lakewood 400 Market.

There is a restaurant on-site with all of your favorite breakfast and lunch items on the menu, along with a snack bar with freshly popped popcorn!

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