BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – It might be hard to believe but “Antiques Roadshow” is going to be filming its 28th season in 2023.

The PBS series allows everyone the chance to have their treasures appraised by experts.

The 2023 production tour for “Antiques Roadshow” is scheduled to stop in five cities, including Baton Rouge.

Baton Rouge was last featured on the PBS series during season 18.

“Taking ANTIQUES ROADSHOW across the country, meeting our event guests and learning about their items each year brings the magic to our episodes,” said executive producer Marsha Bemko. “I am thrilled for the show to return to Baton Rouge 10 years after our last visit and can’t wait to see what local treasures await!”

PBS provided a breakdown of the dates and stops on the 2023 schedule:

  • Tuesday, May 2 — Baton Rouge, LA
  • Tuesday, May 16 — Raleigh, NC
  • Tuesday, June 6 — Akron, OH
  • Tuesday, June 13 — Sturbridge, MA
  • Tuesday, July 11 — Anchorage, AK

The locations for each appraisal event will be released at a later date.

Guests who take part in “Antiques Roadshow” can expect free verbal evaluations of up to two antiques and or collectibles, according to PBS. All you need to get in order to take advantage of this opportunity is a free ticket.

So how can someone get a free ticket to “Antiques Roadshow”?

You must get tickets before the show date and to do so, click here.

All you have to do is follow the directions and you will be entered into the sweepstakes. The sweepstakes run from Monday, Jan. 9 through Monday, March 13.

There will also be some free tickets available for one month through the Antiques Roadshow Instagram account beginning on Monday, Jan. 9.

The show will be following its COVID-19 policies and participants should know that “most appraisals and filming will take place outdoors,” according to PBS.

PBS said it expects to produce three episodes from time spent in Baton Rouge and the shows will air next year.

“Antiques Roadshow” airs on PBS at 7 p.m. on Monday nights.

For more information, click here.