About the Maidstone Vintage Toy Fair
Maidstone Vintage Toy Fair is held on the west bank of the River Medway in central Maidstone in the historical county of Kent. Maidstone is a few miles south of the section of the M20 that runs between Aylesford and Hollingbourne.
The vintage toy fair has plenty on offer, including Scale Electric Trains, Models, Die-Cast Cars, Toys, Dolls and Teddy Bears. Stalls and tables display their goods in the large main hall.
The vintage toy fair is held around five times per year at the Lockmeadow Complex in Maidstone and is by far the largest and most popular of its kind in Kent. You can expect to find a great selection of collectables from years gone by. Be on the lookout for Model Train and Model Engineering bargains.
Maidstone Vintage Toy Fair
The event began in 1980 and has gained popularity with every passing year. Geoff and Mike, the organisers, do a great job of bringing together traders and fellow enthusiasts and never fail to deliver a great day out. They are both easily available for bookings and general enquiries by phone.
- Geoff: 01732 840787
- Mike: 01622 298159
Entry To The Fair
Entry to the event is £2.50 and opens from 9.00am to 2.30pm.
Somewhere to Stay in Kent
It will come as no surprise that there is plenty of accommodation around Maidstone. So here is the closest, 3-star just for reference. Grange Moor Hotel, located on St Michael's Road is ideal for one or two night visitors. It is nothing fancy and breakfast is not included. However, free parking is available and it is a short 10-15 minute walk away from the Toy Fair.
Getting To Lockmeadow Market Hall
Getting to Maidstone is easy enough. Use the A229 if coming from the south coast (Hastings area). Use the M25, M26 and M20 if coming from other areas. Exit the M20 at junction 6 and head south in toward Maidstone itself. Look out for Fremlin Walk shopping centre on the left as you get into town, follow the road, keeping the river to your right until you can turn right over the river onto the A229 (road markings WMALL TON). Get in the left hand lane as you cross the bridge and filter left when you see the sign for Crown Court, Market and Lockmeadow.
If you are traveling by train Maidstone West is the closest station. Other stations, within walking distance are Maidstone East and Maidstone Barracks.
Buses run to Tonbridge Road. Use services 6, 7, 8, 70, 71, 72, 74, 75, 76 and 85.
Other Things To Do Around Maidstone
Things to do in Maidstone include a boat trip along the River Medway, a visit to Maidstone Museum or a relaxing stroll around Brenchley Gardens or Whatman Park. Travel out of town and enjoy an afternoon or morning at historic Leeds Castle in Broomfield. The moated castle was originally a Norman stronghold and is now a proud part of British history.
Local pay and display car parking is available around the Lockmeadow Complex. A cash machines is located next to the Odeon Cinema.
Other Maidstone Vintage Toy Fair 2020 Events
Held every few months throughout the year.
|22nd February, 2020||Maidstone Vintage Toy Fair|
|11th April, 2020||Maidstone Vintage Toy Fair|
|⯁ 20th June, 2020||⯁ Maidstone Vintage Toy Fair|
|3rd October, 2020||Maidstone Vintage Toy Fair|
|5th December, 2020||Maidstone Vintage Toy Fair|
When is the next Maidstone Vintage Toy Fair?
The Maidstone Vintage Toy Fair is planned to take place at Lockmeadow Market Hall, Hart Street, Maidstone, Kent, ME16 8RG, Saturday 20th June, 2020. This is a Vintage Event.
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Please do not contact us directly about this event as we publicise the event only.
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