‘Antiques Roadshow’ tour will include stop in Indianapolis


Dan Sillaman (L) white shirt in background, brought in this 1955 Les Paul with P-90 pickups on August 21, 2010. Richard Johnston, holding the Les Paul, is the appraiser for Musical Instruments at this event. Dan and his guitar were selected to be filmed for a later airing of Antiques Roadshow. Dan inherited this Les Paul from his father. Dan said his father had played in local bands that opened for country musician Roy Clark. (Photo by Tracy A Woodward/The Washington Post via Getty Images)

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (January 16, 2016) – “Antiques Roadshow” will be on the road again this summer! They’re traveling to six cities in search of the next generation of America’s hidden treasures.

And their tour includes a stop in Indianapolis!

The popular PBS show and appraisers from leading auction houses will be in town on July 9. Experts will be on hand to tell you about the items and how much their worth.

A venue will be announced in March.

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