Martha Is Hosting Her First-Ever Tag Sale of Items From Her Own Collection
It's no secret that Martha is a woman of many talents, but beyond being a skilled cook, gardener, and business woman, the multi-hyphenate has a keen eye for collecting. Over the years, our founder has filled her home and workplaces with a curated selection of wonderful items, and now she's ready to share that collection with the public. For the first time ever, Martha is hosting an estate sale that will include her own furniture, tableware, art, linens, clothing, plants, decorations, holiday items, kitchen essentials, and more.
Martha's Great American Tag Sale will be held at our founder's farm in Katonah, New York, on Saturday, April 23 (10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) and Sunday, April 24 (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.). Tickets are on sale now and must be purchased in advance; they start at $250 each for the earliest time slots on Saturday, allowing you to be one of the first people to peruse Martha's treasures. On Sunday, tickets for a one-hour time slot drop to $25. Attendees are expected to show proof of vaccination and valid identification at the door, along with their tickets. Upon arrival, ticket holders should park at the John Jay Homestead (400 Jay Street in Katonah); free shuttle service will be provided to the tag sale.
Can't make it to the event but still want an inside view? ABC has announced that it will air a hourlong special, "The Great American Tag Sale with Martha Stewart," on May 25. The special will feature Martha, her event team, and celebrity friends as they prepare to sell a collection of curated items. It will also show lucky shoppers taking home our founder's extraordinary items. Those who attend in person will be asked to sign a release form for the filming prior to entering the event.