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Antiques Roadshow is going to be coming to the New Hampshire pavilion for the month of April, says Kenney. "We've had a great experience working with the team at Omni," he says. The road show promises to offer something for everyone - entertainment, education, and fun. "It's also a great way to get your family closer to nature, while getting all the beautiful scenery you could ask for in one trip," he says. Says Dawn Deangelis, NHPBS president and chief content officer, "ANTIQ ROADSHOW is very excited to bring this innovative program to viewers across New Hampshire and the surrounding areas."
Antiques Roadshow is part history lesson and part entertainment, as guests will be greeted by an authentic antique carousel, complete with vintage rides, an authentic stagecoach, and even an authentic freight train! The show will go on with four more stops in six days. The four previous stops have been as informative as they were entertaining, says Dawn Deangelis, NHPBS director of communications. "The audiences have really enjoyed seeing the antique cars and trains, which are what the show is all about - a great trip along America's West Coast from San Diego to Los Angeles."
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For anyone interested in purchasing a seat on one of the antique cars or trains in the Antiques Roadshow, it is best to call two weeks in advance. The company is not taking walk-ins, but those who are interested can call to make arrangements. The company does not appraise for cash but accepts payment through a company called AMC Appraisers, which handles all the logistics and accounting for the show. It is hoped that the new locations where the Antiques Roadshow will make its next stop will bring many new and old fans back for another viewing of this popular program.