Mine for rare treasures, artifacts, and jewels at the Houston Fossil, Mineral, Jewelry & Archaeological Trade Show VI happening at the Houston Gem and Mineral Society on Saturday, April 22, 2017.
The Houston Gem and Mineral Society, located near the intersection of the Southwest Freeway and Sam Houston Tollway, is throwing open its doors once again to welcome collectors, explorers and fans of rare fossils, gems, and minerals.
The sixth edition of the Fossil, Mineral, Jewelry & Archaeological Trade Show will more than 60 tables exhibiting a massive and striking assortment of rare minerals, fossils, artifacts, handmade jewelry, opal-infused art glass, geodes, delicious grub available for purchase on site, and even an 8-foot dino that’s perfect for photos.
Many of the fossils, gemstones, and rare rocks will be sold directly by the individuals that discovered them in wild, meaning that many of these special finds will also come with their own tales of exploration and adventure.
The show is free to attend, parking is free, and budding archeologists and other attendees will also find a food vendor on site if their appetites demand.
Accomplished and budding archaeologists, paleontologists, and mineralogists will be delighted to discover the assortment fossils from dinosaurs, trilobites, and other prehistoric animals.
Vendors will be offering these rare fossils, minerals, stones, and other geological items at direct and wholesale prices, allowing shoppers to pay well below retail for their newfound treasures and ancient one-of-a-kind gifts.
Fossil, Mineral, Jewelry, and Archaeological Trade Show VI
- Date: Saturday, April 22, 2017
- Times: 10am to 6pm
- Location: Houston Gem and Mineral Society, 10805 Brooklet Drive, Houston, TX 77099
- Parking: Free parking is available at the Houston Gem and Mineral Society and on the side street; overflow parking is also available next door at 10420 Rockley Road and 10414 Rockley Road, plus a block away at 11011 Brooklet Drive.
- Admission: Free. Click here for updates and more information.
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