Montgomery Antiques & Interiors
Benefit of the Landmarks Foundation of Montgomery
Excitement surrounding the Camellia Antiques & Interiors Show is hard to contain! Presented by Montgomery Antiques & Interiors, LLC, the inaugural show will debut March 13, 2020, and will host select antique dealers, interior designers, and home interior furnishing merchants from across Alabama and the Southeast.
The speaker series will be an opportunity to enhance your knowledge about design trends and tips as well as the role of antiques in history and today’s designs.
In our commitment to the preservation of historical pieces, the show’s proceeds will benefit the Landmarks Foundation of Montgomery. Landmarks Foundation leads the historic preservation movement in Montgomery through its stewardship of Old Alabama Town (46 buildings owned by the City of Montgomery), its operation of the Old Alabama Town Museum, and its community preservation efforts.
Landmarks began its partnership with the City in 1968 with the purchase and restoration of the 1853 Ordeman-Mitchell-Shaw Townhouse complex, which retains its rare original kitchen and slave quarters. The OMS Townhouse and Slave Quarters is the jewel in our crown of 19th-century buildings, many of which have been moved to Old Alabama Town to save them from demolition and to revitalize the neighborhood north of Madison Ave. Landmarks operates the Old Alabama Town Museum that serves 35,000 visitors annually in the most historic buildings and leases the others to support the stewardship of Old Alabama Town, educational programming, historic preservation advocacy, and community preservation.
Renaissance Convention Center
201 Tallapoosa St
Montgomery, AL 36104