Antiques Roadshow is in New Orleans so you can ask: how much is grandma’s painting worth?

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NEW ORLEANS -  It's the most watched show on PBS.   It's not Downton Abbey or even This Old House.

It's the show that let's you ask, how much is grandma's old lamp worth.

It's Antiques Roadshow.  And it just rolled into New Orleans.

WGNO News with a Twist features guy Wild Bill Wood is at the Morial Convention Center to get a price tag on something he's got.

Antiques Roadshow will shoot three, one-hour episodes in New Orleans.  It's for the show's upcoming 22nd season.

New Orleans is stop number three for Antiques Roadshow and its summer tour.

It's the first time the show has been in New Orleans since 2001.

Here's some advice from some of the show people on what to bring to the show:

Each summer 70 of ROADSHOW's appraisers in two dozen areas of expertise greet guests and look at more than 60,000 antiques and collectibles. What follows is a slideshow of the types of objects our experts see most frequently in their travels.

What should you bring with you to ANTIQUES ROADSHOW ... or not?

These items are fairly common throughout the country — and most have a value below $500.

Read on to learn about the items that might already be tucked away in your attic. Or, if you have tickets to one of our events this summer, it might help you decide what to bring.

To get in to see the show, you have to get tickets.

You have to apply for tickets in advance, actually. It's too late for New Orleans, but you can follow the Roadshow on the road.

To do that, just click right here.




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