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Free in Los Angeles: Frank and Son Collectable Show

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Being open on Wednesdays and Saturdays only, hasn’t stopped Frank and Son Collectable Show from being the best place in Southern California for geeks, nerds, sports fans or those looking for something different since 1988.

Within the walls of the 65,000 square foot warehouse that is Frank and Son Collectable Show, visitors can find anything and everything from comic books, and autographed baseballs to Disney Trading Pins and movie memorabilia. This is a great place to either shop or just wander around looking at all of the shops. There is usually a Magic The Gathering arena for visitors who want to play.

Many of the venders at Frank and Son Collectable Show only take cash, so for those looking to buy, stopping by an ATM before arriving is important. Also most venders also go to the popular conventions in Southern California, so for those wanting a deal on items this might be the best time to go since the stalls are usually manned by family or friends of the vendors.

Throughout the year Frank and Son Collectable Show has athletes and celebrities come to meet fans and sign autographs. While the rest of the area will remain free, visitors whom want to participate in the signings will have to pay a fee. Some of the special guests that have stopped by Frank and Son Collectable Show are Stan Lee, Linda Blair, Joe Montana, Magic Johnson and Frank Robinson.

Admission and parking for Frank and Son Collectable Show is always free and during the holiday season they usually are open on more than just Wednesdays and Saturdays.

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