The top 130+ best flea markets in the USA, from east to west
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Alabama is known for its historical role during the Civil War and the Civil Rights Movement. In addition, it is a popular tourist destination due to an abundance of arts and entertainment, scenic nature areas, traditional food and drink
Collinsville Trade Day
Address: 1102 S Valley Ave, Collinsville, AL 35961
Phone: +1 256-524-2536
Near Mentone, the Collinsville Trade Day flea market is a huge place to meet new people and for buying and selling. It has just about everything to all tastes. You can find stuff like collections, household items, and pets. If you’re a seller, get there by the morning and put a good price on your goods, they’ll sell so fast you won’t notice. It gets crowded every trading day on every Saturday.
Mountain Top Flea Market
Address: 11301 US Highway 278 W
Attalla, Alabama 35954
Phone: +1 205-589-2706
If you can’t get to this place, it means it never existed. Mountain Top Flea Market has over 50 years of existence. It surged from the initiative of a couple of people exchanging farm tools and everyday goods, and ended up with a massive amount of buyers and sellers, most visitors coming through Gadsden or Albertville. It is possible to find lots of glassware, clothing, whatnot, jewelry, purses, and other stuff, but try to get there very early, otherwise, you may find everything sold out. 😉
Alaska is famous for its scenic parks, a gold rush, and rugged mountains, such as Mt. McKinley and Mt. Katmai. Mt. McKinley is the highest peak in North America with a summit elevation of 20,320 feet. Mt. Katmai, a large stratovolcano, is known for its volcanic eruption in 1912, which was the largest volcanic eruption in the 20th century
Swank Street Market
Address: 44676 Sterling Hwy, Ste 4
Soldotna, AK 99669
Phone: +1 907-394-4809
At Swank Street they choose 15-20 unique vendors of the boutique variety, being in this market is seen as something to admire, because it draws out the competition with local vendors for prized placement. Opportunity to buy clothing live you’ve never seen before is a must. Live music events occur frequently, check this out this one-of-a-kind fashion flea market today!
Family Flea Market
Address: 12020 Old Seward Hwy
Anchorage, AK 99515-3359
Phone: +1 907-868-3644
The Family Flea Market is involved with estate sales and private vendors, you may find the vendors you’re used to seeing and also a horde of new and unexpected items. Look here for awesome furniture and decor, enough to decorate your entire home all over again! Markets like this are great for those who love watching antique shows to find the diamonds in the rough.
Arizona is known for the Grand Canyon, Sedona, and its red rocks, the desert, being able to snow ski in the morning and golf in the afternoon, and a whole bunch more. There is a lot to see and do in Arizona, one of my favorite places to visit
Phoenix Park’n Swap
What started with just a few vendors in the 1960s, now covers over 50 acres of open-air flea market in Phoenix, Arizona. This place has it all, you can find clothes, crafts, bicycles, vehicles, artwork, fresh produce, and even services such as window tinting. Check out the live music, and know you are at one of the best markets in the state. Open weekends and Wednesdays.
Yuma Park’n Swap – Yuma Swap meet
Address: 4000 S 4th Ave, Yuma, AZ 85365
Phone: +1 928-726-4655
Another swap meet style Flea Market dating back to the 1960s, Yuma Park’n Swap is close enough to California and Mexico to get quite a diverse crowd of people selling with the locals. Home to over a thousand paved vending areas and receiving 30,000 visitors per weekend, this is one busy market. Entertainment included, fun guaranteed!
Arkansas, its regions are home to famous cultural and natural landmarks, such as the Arkansas Air and Military Museum or the Blanchard Springs Caverns. Other natural landmarks also include the Buffalo National River, which measures 150 miles in length, and the Mammoth Spring State Park
Main Street Flea Market Beebe Arkansas
Address: 317 S Main St
Beebe, AR 72012
Phone: +1 501-221-0839
The Bebe Main Street Flea Market has an assortment of collectible items, from Coca-Cola-themed decorations to cast iron cookware, you can find true treasures for collectors. Toys for children, Toys for animals, and new toys for you. Don’t miss out on this chance to see what Beebe’s has to offer!
Fleabitten Flea Market
Address: 1212 S 2nd St, Ste 7A
Cabot, AR 72023
Phone: +1 501-605-1735
This is a large flea market that’s so popular that even the locals visit often. The staff is helpful, the vendor’s wares are displayed to be easily seen, and it’s cleaner than you’ll ever likely your local supermarket with this amount of traffic. Variety and a constant update to the items sold keep the visitors coming back week after week!
California is famous for the Golden Gate Bridge, Hollywood, its beaches, and its mountains. The state is also known for being home to some famous and influential people such as Julia Child, Joe DiMaggio, and Richard Nixon
Alameda Point Antiques Faire
Address: 2900 Navy Way. Alameda, CA 94501
Phone: +1 510-522-7500
A large antique show in northern California, with over 800 dealer booths. This fair is open on the first Sunday of each month. This location is great for tourists wanting photos of the bay, finding great deals, and spending time on the beach is the way to go.
Long Beach Antique Market
Great place to pay a visit, full of great deals and it’s huge enough to give you a workout day! Get there early, as things start disappearing really fast, and make sure your car is big enough to bring your new stuff home, you’ll need it. ;).
Pasadena City College Flea Market
Originally started by students in the 1970s, this flea market is a great way to give back to the community by helping students fund their educational lifestyle. They have 500 vendors, and like Antiques Faire are open the first Sunday of each month.
Melrose Trading Post Flea Market
While not as large as the others listed in California, Melrose Trading Post charges $3 admission fees and is open every Sunday of every week. This makes it easier to visit the monthly flea markets while visiting Melrose Trading Post multiple times per month. Home to about 200 vendors on average, and thousands of competing shoppers.
Rose Bowl Flea Market
Just east of Los Angeles, California is the Rose Bowl Flea Market. Antiques and more can be found with an average of 2,500 vendors per month. This Flea Market will take quite some time to visit and could contain anything imaginable. Open the second Sunday of each month, admission is $8, $15, or $20 depending on desired time of entry.
Colorado is known for its high Rocky Mountain peaks, which are some of the most visited sites in the country. The state boasts 58 “fourteeners,” peaks rising at least 14,000 feet above sea level
Lafayette Collectibles and Flea Market
Address: 130 E Spaulding St, Lafayette, CO 80026
The Lafayette Collectibles and Flea Market is home to over 170 vendors. Looking for 60’s memorabilia and furnishings for the office or home is a great way to spend the day browsing for something that piques your interest. With such a wide selection of items expect to spend some time here, enjoy the homemade cookies, and say hello to the resident pets that belong to the owner, Frodo, and Pippin!
Colorado Springs Flea Market
Address: 5225 E Platte Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80915
Phone: +1 719-380-8599
A large indoor (as well as outdoor) flea market shopping experience, with a theme park! What more could you ask for taking the family out to find collectible items that you just have to have, while the kids enjoy the water rides and have a blast! 30 acres of paved lot is home to 500 unique sellers. Admission is only $2 dollars, children 12 and under are free, entire facility is wheelchair accessible. Opens at 7 am, see you there!
Connecticut was one of the 13 original British colonies in North America and was the place where the first colonial constitution was adopted. The state is more recently famous for being the home of Yale University, many major insurance companies, and for tourism to its coastal areas and colonial villages
Elephant’s Trunk Country Flea Market
Address: 490 Danbury Rd, New Milford, CT 06776
Phone: +1 860-355-1448
Here’s one of the biggest & best flea markets in Connecticut. If you’ve never been to a flea market, you better give this one a try; pay a visit on Sundays preceding Brimfield week. It’s got an enormous field with hundreds of sellers. You can find just about everything, going from tube socks to luxurious antiques.
The best part is that if you get up early you can find great deals in place that won’t get crowned of people. It It hasn’t changed a bit, it’s the same flea market as it used to be in years. You’ll also be able to find cars, trucks, or blankets. It typically opens for the public from April 1st to December. Elephant’s Trunk Country Flea Market is definitely a must-visit with lots of must-have products, give it a try and make sure to bring a large vehicle. 😉
Maplewood Indoor Flea Market
Address: 458 Danbury Road, New Milford
Phone: +1 860-350-0454
You will spend about 3 minutes up the road to get to Maplewood Flea Market. With approximately 100 booths in an industrial district, the place is not so big, but it is far less crowded than Elephant’s Trunk Country Flea Market, and there are several surprises to find out, you’ll find jewelry, books, tableware, furniture, records, tchotchkes and more. Open Saturdays and Sundays year-round, 9 am-4 pm.
Delaware: More than half a million business entities have their legal home in Delaware including more than 50% of all U.S. publicly-traded companies and 60% of the Fortune 500. Businesses choose Delaware because we provide a complete package of incorporation services including modern and flexible corporate laws, our highly-respected Court of Chancery, a business-friendly State Government, and the customer service oriented Staff of the Delaware Division of Corporations
Delaware Spencer’s Bazaar Flea Market
Address: 550 S New St, Dover, DE 19904-3536
Website: Phone: N/A (Feel free to send us the Facebook page and website URL in the comments if you have it)
The best thing about the flea market Spencer’s Bazaar is the Amish market. If you happen to see the end of the sandwich line, don’t hesitate to get it! A positive point is that it is a well-organized place, which is one of its charms. You will find delicious and high-quality sandwiches. Their crop is fresh, so the flea market is just fine. They also have an excellent barber shop and way more cool stuff like candy, hats, meats, relishes, and gifts, where most part of made locally. Got lots of booths and sellers.
New Castle Farmer’s Market
New Castle Farmer’s Market has a little bit of everything, the food is good, and there are several markets with meat, vegetables, and seafood, and the courtyard has a huge flea market. Here is an excellent choice for those who want to spend a whole day having fun.
Florida is famous for many things including being the home to the world-renowned Walt Disney World, the National Naval Aviation Museum, and the Kennedy Space Center. It is also famous for its hurricanes and warm weather
Daytona Flea and Farmer’s Market
With huge facilities, it will be easy for you to get lost in this place! They have a Thai restaurant for those that love exotic food, the farmer’s market is huge, with fresh products at the best price you could find. The flea market also leaves nothing to be desired and it’s huge with a good variety of shops. You can buy just about anything there. Got some free time? Drop in by yourself and check it out!
Renningers Mount Dora Flea Market and Antique Center
Address: 20651 US Highway 441, Mount Dora, FL
Treasure hunt is taken to another level! The antiques market is enormous, full of beautiful things for all tastes, with booths indoors and outdoors you’ll find adorable house-like structures in the street with a flea market / retail market combination, antiques, and collectibles. Great for an evening walk, try visiting on a cold day.
Festival Flea Market
Festival Flea Market has everything you can imagine. From clothing, bags, shoes, artwork, perfumes, jewelry, and cosmetics to furniture stores, pet stores, glasses, food court, $ 1 stores, and more! Although some items are a bit pricey, sellers will deal with you. It has some pretty nice people in a place with lots of fun. Keep in mind That You’ll spend a couple of hours taking a walk around if you want to be able to see everything. xD
Red Barn Flea Market
With more than 660 traditional Flea Market booths, this family-owned and operated since 1981 Flea Market has quite a history of happy marketgoers. Reviews on the live music, the great prices on the fresh produce, and a nice place to take your time indoors during Florida’s hot weather. Contains three outdoor farmer’s markets, outdoor garage sale booths, and 145,000 square feet of enjoyment. Open year-round, hours vary with each season.
Fleamasters Flea Market
At 900 unique stores, this is the largest flea market in southwest Florida. 20 food stands, and visitors from around the globe make this a very interesting stop for the locals and tourists. Home to 1.4 million unique stores annually! Open year-round.
Wagon Wheel Flea Market / Mustang Flea Market
Started by a used car salesman who had odd jobs for repair and agriculture services in 1966, this Flea Market has expanded into a landmark Wagon Wheel Flea Market. The Mustang Flea Market is completely outdoors, and while the Wagon Wheel is only open on weekends, the Mustang is also open on Wednesdays. The Mustang is home to quite a large and popular produce section, as well as various new and used items. The Wagon Wheel itself specializes in low-priced items.
International Market World
Home to some rather unique activities for a Flea Market, International Market World often has Free circus attractions, the occasional alligator feeding, and even horseback archery demonstrations just to name a few in the fall season alone! Open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 8 AM to 4 PM, come rain or shine, with 1200 vendors inside! Nothing like great deals and a free show!
Bargain Town Flea Market
Address: 24420 S Dixie Hwy, Homestead, FL
Phone: +1 305-257-4335
A Sunday-focused Flea Market, this is a Central American cuisine eat and shop. Try something new, and buy enough produce to fix it at home! Take the kids for a pony ride and the bouncy house, while grabbing yourself a nice Salvadoran taco and find things you never knew existed.
Georgia, a Family-friendly state, the land of music, films, food, beautiful landscapes, several theme parks, and southern charm
Lakewood 400 Antiques Flea Market
Address: 1321 Atlanta Hwy, Cumming, GA 30040
Phone: +1 770-889-3400
Known as one of the best Flea Markets in America by the Huffington Post and USA Today, Lakewood 400 is a classy bazaar, very well known for having a vast variety of fine antiques and collectibles, which opens to the community every third weekend of the month, despite December when it hosts its Annual Antiques and Gifts Show on the first weekend of the month.
Scott Antique Markets
Regarded as the “America’s Favorite Flea Market for Treasure Hunt!” Scott Antique Markets has extended from Atlanta, Georgia to Columbus and Ohio, right now also in Washington Court House, Ohio. With over 3,500 booths of antiques and collectibles, the Atlanta version is held by the Atlanta Expo Center from Thursdays through Saturdays on the 8th day of every month.
Village flea market
Open Wednesday to Sunday, Village Flea will welcome all customers to bargain for very cheap prices, located in Stone Mountain, this is a hidden gem where you’re going to find rare collectibles and high art and craft at very low prices. This flea market is in open-air and the entry is free.
Pendergrass flea market
Take your whole family to the Pendergrass flea market, you’ll not only love to visit it for the great entertainment it proposes but also be meet the biggest indoor flea market in the United States, your eyes will get lost in more than 700 booths and over 500 sellers for navigating through. Pendergrass flea market is not only about boundless shopping prospects; it also hosts special events the whole year, making it an awesome destination for entertainment.
Smiley’s flea market
Address: 6717 Hawkinsville Rd Macon, GA 31216
Phone: +1 478-788-3700
At Smiley’s you’ll find absolutely anything and everything you could imagine, due to the fact that the flea market attracts more than 14,000 people every weekend. Smiley’s is the biggest flea market in Georgia with over 1000 booths.
Keller’s flea market
When Keller’s flea market first opened in 1985, it had only 60 booths. Over 30 years later it already counted more than 410 retail booths equipped with their own showers for traveling merchants + ATMs + parking for buses and recreational vehicles (RV), and there was even a barbershop. Keller’s Flea Market opens on Saturdays and Sundays with open arms to shoppers who want to bargain for cheap prices.
Hawaii is known for being the only state that grows its own coffee, having the world’s most isolated population center, and as the home of Mauna Loa, the world’s largest volcano. Hawaii became the 50th state of the United States on Aug. 21, 1959
Art + Flea (Editor’s pick)
Art and Flea is home to over 60 unique vendors monthly, including food trucks, arts and crafts, and DIYers. This Flea Market is designed to encourage the local economy and allows Hawaii’s own artists and talent to conduct their wares in a manner without the hassle of a storefront. Swing by for some authentic experiences in workshops!
Kam Swap Meet
Address: 98 Kamehameha Hwy, Aiea, HI 96701
Phone: +1 808-483-5535
Kam Swap Meet is the longest-running swap meet in Hawaii. Come enjoy the fresh produce market, the authentic ethnic foods, and the bargains on all things Hawaiian! Toys for the kids are popular, do some holiday shopping early or those birthdays that always sneak up on you. Openings begin in May, and open several days a week.
Idaho is famous for having more wilderness than any other state in the lower 48, including the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness. Hell’s Canyon. Crater’s of the Moon. The Palouse Prairie. Bruneau Dunes
Paris Flea Market
Address: 1815 N 4th St, Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814
Phone: (208) 659-3121
This Flea Market is in Northern Idaho right off Interstate 90 on the Washington border. Open year-round on Saturdays and Sundays.
Open Air Flea Market
Address: 1011 NW 16th Street
Fruitland, ID 83660
Phone: (208) 278-1015
Website: N/A (Feel free to send us the website/Facebook page in the comments if you have it)
Open Air Flea Market is right on the Oregon border a short distance from Interstate 84. New and used items, local and Indian crafts. Overnight camping is allowed, and restrooms and food services are on location. Electricity available for campers, Open Saturday and Sunday, reservations recommended, contact for further info at (208) 278-1015 or 452-5335
Treasure Valley Flea Market
The Treasure Valley Flea Market is located at the Expo Idaho for one weekend in January, February, March, October, and November. There is plenty of room for parking, and vendor rental is very inexpensive so there will always be plenty of vendors to browse. Open Saturdays 9 AM-5 PM, and Sundays 10 AM-4 PM. Expect everything from custom clothing items, to hand-made furniture, and crafts of all kinds. Bring the kids and they will feel like they are in Santa’s workshop. Admission is $2, kids 12 and under free.
WildHare Flea Market and Estate Sales
Address: 2540 Woodhill Way
Pocatello, ID 83201
Phone: (208) 251-4984
Indoor Flea Market and Estates Sale opens in the spring and the fall (occasionally at other times). Known to have various odds and ends, from pianos and expensive china to various crafts from locals including Indian jewelry, western wear, and food. Restaurants within walking distance, parking is free, admission is $2 and kids 12/under are free.
Illinois is known for Ottawa, Freeport, Jonesboro, Charleston, Galesburg, Quincy, and Alton hosted the famous Lincoln-Douglas debates that stirred interest all over the country in the slavery issue. It is also home to the Chicago Bears Football Team, Chicago Blackhawks hockey team, Chicago Bulls basketball team, Chicago Cubs and Chicago Whitesox baseball teams, Chicago Fire soccer team
Wolff’s Flea Market
The flea market, the food, the fans, and the fun, make Wolff’s Flea Market an excellent place to visit on Sunday mornings! They have everything, from jewelry to excellent food. They only charge $ 2 for entry and parking is free, it’s too easy to find fresh vegetables and fruits, as well as things that you’ll buy and keep you wondering why you haven’t found them before. It’s worth checking out!
Kane County Flea Market
Kane County Flea Market is enormous and full of different things to purchase. This place is very good for those who like to wander around looking for crafts and furniture for reuse. There are food vendors everywhere, this way you could spend the day shopping in the flea market without worrying about the hunger games inside your stomach. 😀
Indiana is known as the birthplace of iconic 50s actor James Dean, late-night talk show legend David Letterman, and singers Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Axl Rose, and Babyface. Activist Jimmy Hoffa, gangster John Dillinger, and aviation pioneer Wilbur Wright were all from Indiana
Shipshewana Auction & Flea Market
You will be stunned by the variety of booths … And… Yep… the amount! Yes in Shipshewana Auction & Flea Market you can find daily life items at very low prices, but there are also unique items. You can buy some rarities that will cost much less than buying them online. Among the products you will find specialty oils and vinegars Olive from Olive Tree, knee bamboo pillows, as well as rare pieces incredibly cheap and of high quality, but of course those are not the only types of items. Gotta love the kettle corn and Ben’s pretzels, the site has regular leisure venues where seats will be provided if needed.
Traderbaker Flea Market
Address: 119 Cherry Tree Plz
Phone: +1 812-257-1230
It has an unbelievable amount of items and a great staff just in case you need more information regarding pricing or the location of specific items. Most things in this flea market have a fair price. It is recommended that you arrive early to grab the best deals. Traderbaker Flea Market is located in a large building that has a vast amount of cabins. The whole environment is very well organized and has a great layout. You can find everything from A to Z, from antiques and primitives to vintage and new items.
Iowa is known throughout the United States as a major contributor to the nation’s agricultural output, particularly when it comes to corn. It is also famous as ground zero, along with New Hampshire, for narrowing the presidential candidate list every four years. The flat landscape of Iowa has been made famous in films such as “Field of Dreams.”
What Cheer Flea Market
Listed as one of the eleven “Don’t miss Flea Markets in the Midwest, the great deals on antiques and collectibles begin at 7 AM each day they are open for business. News items, old items, prized possessions such as stamp collections, and primitive native culture can be explored. Stop by and see what the fuss is about, you are sure to not be disappointed! Tip: Sunday admissions are free!
This N That Flea Market
Address: 710 9th St
Onawa, IA 51040
Phone: +1 712-423-9940
Swing by the This N That Flea Market to get acquainted with the local vendors of antiques and collectibles here and you won’t regret it. Constant traffic and supply ensures that you’ll see something new on every visit. Just listen to the page system for deliveries as you shop! The market is well organized and easy to get around, you’ll find everything from Art and DVDs to Appliances and vintage knick-knacks.
The Barn (Editor’s pick)
The Barn is another market in itself. Only open on select dates throughout the year for large sales, they specialize in making your dream weddings come true. The Barn loves to host the events in your life, if you want a traditional American look for your wedding, this might be the place for you. Contact them for further information, and swing by for the Christmas sale and stock up on holiday cheer!
Note from the owners
“PLEASE NOTE: We are CLOSED and not open on a regular basis. Only for special events. For rental information please contact us at thebarniowa AT gmail DOT com”
Kansas is known as the “breadbasket of the country.” The Great Plains state produces more wheat than any other in the nation. This agricultural state also ranks among the leaders in barley, corn, oats, potatoes, sorghum and soybeans
Southeast Kansas Junk Yard Pirates
Address: Chanute, KS 66720
Phone: +1 316-734-4997
The Junk Yard pirates are all about upcycling things that have been abandoned, restored, and repurposed. If you like natural art or home decor that is unlike anywhere else, this is a stop for you. Combine your artistic desires with a very green and economical choice, and make your home the envy of all those who see it!
Owners’ note: We are not actually a flea market. We repurpose salvaged and post-consumer ‘junk’ into usable furniture and accessories for homes, offices, and mancaves. We work out of our garage and then we haul it all to an area flea market 6 – 8 times a year. We don’t have just one market that we frequent, but several. We also take orders for custom pieces in our junktastic style.
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Vintage Market Days of Overland Park, Kansas
Address: 13700 Polfer Road
Overland Park, Kansas
Phone: N/A (Feel free to send us the phone number in the comments if you have it)
VMD, or Vintage Market Days, is a chain of Flea Market events that began in Oklahoma and have spread widely to multiple states and locations. Enjoy the live music, the great food, and the unique vintage artwork and decor for your home. With competitively low prices compared to retailers, supporting the local economy is a reward of its own! Check out your farmhouse themes antique options today!
Kentucky is known for being the state where Abraham Lincoln, Johnny Depp, and George Clooney were born. The town of Murray is home to the Boy Scouts of America Scouting Museum located on the campus of Murray State University. The Kentucky Derby is the oldest continuously held horse race in the country. It is held at Churchill Downs in Louisville on the first Saturday in May
Kentucky Flea Market
Here’s the biggest Kentucky flea Market some of the best prices available, and it takes place at the Kentucky State Fair Grounds in Louisville. Aqui está o melhor lugar do estado para penchichar, pois possui mais de 1000 booths, incluindo mais de 400 antique sellers in the lodge. From Friday to Monday, on every Labor Day weekend, this is the flea Market for finding great deals.
Central City (WEDNESDAYS)
Address: Right off Highway 70
Phone: N/A (Feel free to send us the phone number in the comments if you have it)
Website: N/A (Feel free to send us the website/Facebook page in the comments if you have it)
Off Highway 70, on Wednesdays, you’ll find a flea market for those who like country stuff for the home and country stuff in general. You will find all types of farm equipment, used stuff, and even livestock for purchase.
Some of the features are a large area for parking, food sellers, and restrooms.
Derby Trade Park
Address: 2900 7th Street Rd, Louisville, KY 40216, Estados Unidos
Phone: +1 502-636-3532
Website: N/A (Feel free to send us the website/Facebook page in the comments if you have it)
Open every weekend and it’s better than the average flea market, Louisville flea market has all kinds of things for all kinds of tastes. They have an excellent little restaurant and a concert venue right in the middle of the whole site. It’s a very large place and it offers a unique experience, not to mention it’s a great place to spend the weekend shopping with friends and family.
Southern Kentucky Flea Market
Address: 10741 Dixie Beeline Hwy, Guthrie, KY 42234-9307
Phone: +1 270-483-2166
Regarded by many as one of the best Flea Markets in the US, Southern Kentucky Flea Market is an AMAZING place, huge, with a wide variety of items and lovely large aisles. It’s so big that you may end up taking a few hours to find everything you need. It may also happen to take a few minutes for you to attend due to the large amount of people being attended before you. It has 7 rows with at least 250 long each and around 30 booths per row. It’s a very well-organized place, so don’t worry about getting lost amid a pile of mess, meaning you can check the items without worrying about breaking them. lol
Louisiana is famous for the Battle of New Orleans, which made Andrew Jackson a national hero, it was fought two weeks after the War of 1812 had ended and more than a month before the news of the war’s end had reached Louisiana. Louisiana was named in honor of King Louis XIV. Baton Rouge hosted the 1983 Special Olympics International Summer Games at LSU
This That and More Indoor Flea Market
Address: 43123 Highway 429
Phone: +1 225-773-8934
The This, That, and More Indoor Flea Market is open 7 days a week. Well known for their extremely high-quality customer service and assistance with finding products, come check out their unique decor items and vintage or antique furniture. Find great prices on bulk selections of furniture options that need to go, go, go!
Flea Market Junktion
Address: Area Booths
West Monroe, Louisiana
Phone: +1 318-600-6997
Find everything from clothes to video games at the Flea Market Junktion. Browse the market for anything that catches your eye, and find affordable items and low prices. The location is pet-friendly, and has vendors just for pet-related purchases! New products all the time, swing by again and again.
Maine is known for its diverse landscapes and lighthouses, for its delicious bounty from the land and sea, for its wildlife and natural wonders, and for its writers and retailers. Yep, and for its delicious lobster
Montsweag Flea Market
Here’s the kind of place you’ll look for in a flea market, a place where you’ll find great products, varieties, and all kinds of vintages, stuff with decent prices, and a majority of sellers that are very friendly. The sellers either have a vast knowledge about what they are selling, know how to hook a buyer or both. Most products have a long history behind them, including their origin, making the asked prices fair enough. At Montsweag Flea Market the folks are very active and engaged, compared to other places.
Southern Maine Indoor Flea Market
Address: 578 US Route 1, Scarborough, ME 04074-9743
Phone Number: (207) 229-4263
The Southern Maine Indoor Flea Market services are always going through improvements, for example, they always receive new vendors, and they already have a new side geared towards antiques, so expect for several surprises. Some of their products are DVDs, Blue Ray, antiques, antique furniture and new style furniture, gaming stuff, guitars, books, collectibles, knives, Healthy and beauty items, Purses, Board Games Puzzles, Purses, Toys, Clothing and Shoes, not to mention their low-cost amazing lunch!
Maryland is known for having a bit of everything, from mountains in the west to the beaches on the east coast; small rural towns with historic character to large cities and suburban sprawl. Although Maryland is heavily democratic in voting, there are plenty of more conservative areas in the southern and western areas of the state. Maryland has 4 true season changes with cold winters and hot humid summers
North Point Flea Market
Address: 2401 N Point Blvd, Dundalk, MD 21222-1624
Phone Number: 410-285-4504
This place has plenty of room for parking. Here is a true flea market with a wide range of tables and booths, and you can find everything in North Point Flea Market. Fresh crops stalls, on Friday and Saturday they have the Penn Dutch area full of stalls selling baked goods, prepared foods, canned foods, and meat sales sales. Try to go on Fridays to buy things to cook throughout the week. If you are in Baltimore or in East Baltimore County, this place should be on your list of “Places that I need to visit”.
Hancock Antique Mall
Hancock Antique Mall has several interesting stuff and you‘ll always find a few surprises there. It has all kinds of things for just about everyone. Their staff will provide you with the best assistance, if you plan to travel to Berkeley Springs, travel a few miles up the road, and pay a visit to Hancock Antique Mall, you won’t regret it.
All hail to Massachusetts, the land of the free and the brave!
For Bunker Hill and Charlestown, and flag we love to wave;
For Lexington and Concord, and the shot heard ’round the world;
All hail to Massachusetts, we’ll keep her flag unfurled.
She stands upright for freedom’s light that shines from sea to sea;
All hail to Massachusetts! Our country ’tis of thee!
Faneuil Hall Marketplace
Address: 4 South Market Building
Boston, MA 02109
Phone: +1 617-523-1300
Welcome to Faneuil Hall Marketplace, one of the highest-rated marketplaces in Massachusetts. This place is right behind the historic building Faneuil Hall and has a market with three columns that are North Market, Quincy Market, and South Market. In Faneuil Hall Marketplace you will find several food vendors, gaming tables, restaurants, souvenir stores, bars, and several leisure areas on the outdoors. It’s also a great place to have lunch, especially for those who will visit the Freedom Trail attractions in Boston or those who will be staying in Waterfront.
Quincy Farmers Market
The new location of Quincy Farmers Market is now in the beautiful Merrymount Park, not too distant from the Veteran’s Field. In Quincy Farmers Market you’ll also have fun with music shows, performed by local musicians for hours, which will also allow you to enjoy some cooked food while watching the show. 😉
You will be involved with minstrels & troubadours, public art, and sports will completely forget about your daily problems and you’ll also find excellent crops, many of which you have no idea ever existed. Haha
Michigan, appropriately nicknamed the “Great Lake State,” Michigan is known for the surrounding Great Lakes that cover roughly 3,000 miles of its shoreline. Together, the five bodies of water account for approximately one-fifth of the freshwater on the planet
Port Austin Farmers Market
Here’s one excellent flea market: Austin Farmers Market.
There’s nothing to regret about it, especially if you’re visiting it for fresh vegetables produced by local agriculture. If you love to eat, here are some of the food you’ll find: Delicious homemade bread & sweets, Cannolis, and Sweet potato pie, and it has the best fresh white & salmon fish dip from Sebewaing. Oh yeah, and we Couldn’t leave aside the booths that sell, soaps, wine, jewelry, lawn art, and clothing.
A breathtaking place in the middle of a city filled with challenges. Don’t worry about the season, just know that the best days to visit are Saturdays. The place has very friendly people, it’s very easy to park, and it has plenty of amazing food trucks.
Gotta love the assortment of food, murals, flavors, and people in this place. : D
Your visit to Detroit will not be complete if you do not visit the Eastern Flea Market.
Minnesota is known as the “Bread and Butter State” because of its numerous flour mills and butter-making plants. Another nickname for the state is the “Land of 10,000 Lakes.” Minnesota has over 15,000 lakes, however. Some people call Minnesota the “North Star State” because of the translation of the French motto, “L’Etoile de Nord,” that is on the state seal
Wright County Swappers Meet
Address: 13594 100th St NW
South Haven, Minnesota
Phone: +1 320-274-9005
Find everything you’d find in a big retail chain here at the Wright County Swappers Meet, the hope of great sales since 1970. Vendors for all ages and types can be found here, from food to children’s entertainment products. Video games, music, clothes, tools, art decor, and furniture abound!
Excelsior Flea Market & Outdoor Market
This treasure trove of a flea market can be found right on the shore of Lake Minnesota. Stop here for the great view, the great prices, and a quick bite to eat. This market has a little bit of everything, from hot dogs, to book stores, to German imports and doll clothes. Swing by here and look for the type of collectibles that interest you, with a great view!
Traders Market Elko
Address: 10675 E 260th St
Phone: +1 952-461-2400
Home to Minnesota’s largest holiday flea market for Memorial’s Day, Labor Day, and the 4th of July. Over 300 vendors with unique items, restroom facilities on location are well maintained. Parking is free while admissions are $6, but an online coupon can get you $1 off, children 10 and under are free. Antiques to sports memorbilia are waiting for you!
Mississippi is most famously known for its namesake the river that divides the United States into the East and the West. It is also known for its preservation of the history of the South
The Southern Market
Address: 6610 U S Highway 98
Hattiesburg, MS 39402
Phone: +1 601-336-6201
In The Southen Maket you find everything you need, from books, jewerly, furniture to bee catchers and bird feeders. This place is so big it will keep you walking for hours if you’re a curious person, so make sure to have plenty of time to spare. Even with the lack of some air conditioning on the back (Making the are a bit hot), it’ll worth the whole experience you acquire in this place.
Flea Market & RV Park at Menge
If you are looking for diverse items, come to the Flea Market at Menge. You’ll be deeply impressed with the diversity of the selection, and the customer service will always leave you with a positive experience. Relax and enjoy nature before returning to business as usual.
Missouri Missouri is one of the few states with two Major Rivers. The Missouri River, famous for Lewis and Clarks adventures, runs East to West dividing Missouri into North and South. The Mighty Mississippi River runs along Missouri’s Eastern border with Illinois. It is the longest river in the United States and the third longest river in the world. Click on the following links to learn more about Missouri’s Rivers
Springfield Flea Market & Gifts
The Springfield Flea Market & Gifts is an indoor, climate controlled Market. They also help to sponsor missions in Honduras. As with other indoor markets, being indoors allows for great deals come rain or shine. Swing by today and pick yourself up something nice from the over 180 vendor booths!
Great American Flea Market
Address: 1539 Highway Ad Union, Missouri
Phone: +1 314-819-3151
The Great American Flea Market in union, MO is an indoor and outdoor Flea Market. Restroom and a Restaurant on location, só enjoy your shopping with a nice break for lunch or dinner, before going hard at the bargain search again. A great place to find a variety of collectibles!
Montana is famous for Yellowstone Park, wildlife, the Bighorn mountains and Glacier Park. There are also some famous people from Montana. Actor Gary Cooper and Jeanette Rankin, who was the first woman elected to Congress, are among those who found fame after living in the state. Famed daredevil Evel Knievel is also from Montana
Montana Charlie’s Flea Market
Address: 255 S Joliet Rd
Phone: +1 630-739-4338
Montana’s Charlie’s Flea Market is só popular they charge admission by the car load (no joke). At $2 per vehicle on Saturdays and $4 on Sundays, the vendors stick around until 5pm. Fresh produce, live music, and even pony rides for the kids! Come check out all of the shops and activities designed for the whole family.
I-90 Antique Mall, Flea Market & Auction
Address: 6400 S Frontage Rd
Phone: +1 406-652-5202
The I-90 Antique Mall, Flea Market & Auction has a large quantity of items to browse. Vendors pay by the month, só expect to see the same owners and some new faces with each visit. Keep an eye on their Facebook page for great sales on special dates, or upcoming auctions to find great items! Opens the 2nd Saturday of each month, all year long.
Nebraska is famous for Boys Town, founded by Father Edward Flanagan in 1917. It is also the state in which Buffalo Bill Cody held his first rodeo in 1882. Sidney, Neb. is the starting location of the Black Hills Gold Rush
Country Market Days
Address: Old Pilger Rest Area, 57041 HWY 275
Phone: +1 402-841-2372
This place has it all, a great view, great food, and a great market to browse for bargains. Enjoy some baked good and soup, while you enjoy the scenic Elkhorn Valley. Location, location, location! Take the whole family for some great rustic photo opportunities, both in the market and out!
The Omaha Mega Market
The Omaha mega Market is an indoor Flea Market with everything from Sports Memoribilia, Electronics, Crafts and more. They are open from 9am til 6pm everyday between Wednesday and Sunday. With many booths being into consignment sales, you will find new items each and every time you visit!
Nevada is famously known for its casinos and world-class entertainment shows. Outside of its two most popular cities, Las Vegas and Reno, the state is famous for its beautiful scenic desert landscapes. Nevada is also home to attractions such as the Great Basin National Park and the Hoover Dam
Fantastic Indoor Swapmeet
27 years running, a weekend flea market with locals and newcomers selling their wares. Sculptures of TV icons such as the Transformers, and Star Wars, as well as many types of great food. Same location and familiar atmosphere. Fridays are a bit slower, and Saturdays are recommended for maximum exposure to the collections and people!
Broadacres Marketplace & Event Center
Address: 2930 Las Vegas Blvd N
North Las Vegas, Nevada
Phone: +1 702-642-3777
A weekend attraction for tourists with money to spend, includes live music on stage as well as areas to eat and watch sports between shopping sprees. Has over 1100 vendor spaces, entrance fees are $2 on Friday and Sunday, $1.50 on Saturdays. Open year round!
Eastern Indoor Swap Meet
Address: 1560 N. Eastern Ave. Las Vegas, NV 89101
Phone: N/A (Feel free to send us the phone number in the comments if you have it)
Website: N/A (Feel free to send us the website/facebook page in the comments if you have it)
Open 6 days a week (closed on Tuesdays) and free admissions to this indoor flea market featuring local merchants. Also offer occasional events, such as dance lessons and financial seminars.
Tanner’s Antique and Collectible Show
More than 40 years in business, the only remaining antiques and collectibles in Reno, Nevada. With an unusual schedule, you will need to plan ahead to enjoy such a wide variety of goods. Shows in 2016 (post article writing) are October 8th and 9th, and November 19th and 20th. They are usually open about 6 weekends per year. Possible $2 admission.
El Ranco Swap Meets
Shopping and entertainment in downtown Reno, Nevada. Admission is 50 cents on Saturday and 75 cents on Sunday, open year round. Many food choices and also a drive-in theatre.
New Hampsire is known for the New Hampshire primary, the first primary in the U.S. presidential election cycle. Its license plates carry the state motto, “Live Free or Die”. The state’s nickname, “The Granite State”, refers to its extensive granite formations and quarries
Hollis Flea Market
Drag your spouse out for some great eats as the Hollis Flea Market, where everyone is friendly and the food will leave you craving beyond what you can handle. From homemade cinnamon rolls, multiple flavors of cotton candy, and the customer favorite roasted candied nuts. Lots of deals on many different items, take your time and browse with a snack!
Davisville Flea Market
If you are looking for anything from Antiques to Chickens and Plants, this is the Flea Market for you. Visit the snack bar with the locals and enjoy everything new and old at the Davisville Market! Admission for visitors is free of charge, live music on schedule for the whole family to enjoy. For those looking to sell, the setup is very easy with prices starting at $20.
1 – This state is famous for –
A. these people: http://www.biography.com/people/groups/born-in-new-jersey
B. Princeton U
C. The Academy of the Holy Angels [Cat schools know full well of AHA vs. IHA, Immaculate Heart Academy]
2 – Emerson, NJ on Soldier Hill Ave. – name from the Revolution when George Wash. / his en were on that hill
Golden Nugget Flea Market
Golden Nugget Flea Market is an awesome experience. Between the antiques, expect to find ironstones, old hotel key tags, vintage clock faces, demijohns, incredible old wooden shutters, children’s chairs, hardware, wall mirrors, wall frames and smaller collectibles. You can shop in both inside and outdoors. You’ll find great prices and nice people and there is more than enough space for parking.
Columbus Farmers Market
Address: 2919 Route 206
Columbus, New Jersey 08022
Phone +1 609-267-0400
The Columbus Farmers Market is huge, it has several booths selling all types of stuff, like furniture, cloths, food, craft, leather goods, it has an inside bakery, the Amish Market, supplies, offers great bargains and it’s both indoor and outdoor with unique booths.
New Mexico is known for its big open sky, semi-desert landscapes with mountains in the background, chilis, NM style enchiladas, Apaches and Pueblos, Pueblo style buildings. Wilderness areas with fantastic pine forests, Smokey the Bear. Caverns. Yep, and aliens
The Tesuque Flea Market
Address: 15 Flea Market Rd
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Phone: +1 505-670-2599
Originally known as “Trader Jack’s” the Tesuque Pueblo owned Flea Market attracts items and vendors from around the world. Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday even on holidays. Pets Allowed! So swing by and have a fine dining experience and check out everything from Arts and Crafts to Photography and Rugs!
Santa Fe Antiques & Flea Market
Address: 1006 Marquez Pl
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Phone: +1 505-982-0017
The Santa Fe Antiques and Flea Market is an indoor flea market open seven days a week. Over 30 vendors that specialize in Antiques, Art, Native American items, Books and old maps. Very popular for flea market pickers as new items arrive daily for bargain prices! Monday thru Friday the hours are 8am til 6pm, Saturday is 8am til 4pm, and Sunday is 12:30pm til 4.
New York is famous for the Niagara Falls, Broadway Musicals, Statue of Liberty, Baseball Hall of Fame, United Nations, NY Stock Exchange
Artists and Fleas
Located in: Chelsea Market
Address: Chelsea Market, 88 10th Ave, New York, NY 10011
Artists and Fleas was co-founded by Amy Abrams and Ronen Glimer in 2003 as a weekly meet up for artists to get together, share their art, and find clientele. Before Flea Markets became popular in the area again, a former warehouse on North Street became home to over a hundred individual sellers every weekend.
Fast forward to 2014 this market that was a bunch of pop-up markets has now expanded into the indoors at Chelsea Market. Home to various artists doing show-and-tell, it’s now a daily theme at this location.
Brooklyn Flea Market
Address: 176 Lafayette Ave (Saturdays) + Manhattan Bridge Archway Plaza in DUMBO (Sundays)
Brooklyn, New York
Phone: +1 718-928-6603
Brooklyn Flea Market started in 2008 and operates every weekend of the year. Saturdays in Fort Greene, and Sundays DUMBO. Both of these markets focus on items such as furniture, antiques, and crafts from local artisans. Sundays usually contain about seventy five vendors, while Saturdays are more likely to contain over one hundred and fifty as well as food stops.
Address: 90 Kent Ave. (Saturdays)
+ Prospect Park (Sundays)
Brooklyn, New York
Phone: N/A (Feel free to send us the phone number in the comments if you have it)
Just like the Brooklyn Flea Market, this market has locations on different days each weekend. Saturdays at East River State Park, and Sundays at Prospect Park. This Market focuses more on food and cuisine, from pre-packaged meals to prepared food on the spot, as well as a sizeable market of fresh produce. No Dogs please at the Williamsburg location.
Chelsea Antiques Garage –> PERMANENTLY CLOSED <–
112 West 25th Street, Manhattan NY
Phone: +1 212-243-5343
A weekend only market featuring antiques and clothing in a former parking garage, to locals it reminds them of the Flea Markets that are long gone from the area. $1 admission is used for maintenance fees on the prime real estate location. 135 unique vendors, known to collect and sell antiques at least 100 years old
67th Street Flea and Farmer’s Market
Address: 408 E 67th St, New York, New York
Phone: +1 212-734-7719
Saturdays from 6am to 5pm, and home to hundreds of visitors each week, this flea markethas your baked goods and farm fresh produce for the current season. Browse the collectibles and get a quick bite in Manhattan!
Address: Columbus Ave & W 77th St
New York, New York
Phone: +1 212-239-3025
GreenFlea Markets is supported by the New York City Department of Education, all of the proceeds from the market go to four public schools in the area. Generated funds from the market itself are used by the Parents Associations, and since 1985 they have raised more than 7 million dollars doe education. Supporting your community doesn’t get any better, than finding great deals on antiques, clothes, food and crafts!
Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market
Address: Address: W. 39th St. & Ninth Ave.
Phone: Phone: +1 212-220-0239
Open on weekends only, this market has some of the greatest street shopping for art to be found in the country. Artists are often attracted to this location when they come to the Big Apple, and Hell’s Kitchen Inc has a scholarship program for aspiring artists to apply for.
Park Slope Flea Market at P.S. 321
Address: 180 7th Ave
Brooklyn, New York
Phone: +1 718-332-0026
Recently re-opened under new management, the Park Slow Flea Market has undergone some changes to be more vendor and neighborhood friendly. A return to mom and pop vendors is the theme of this stop shop. Open on summer weekends, food and antiques to be found!
North Carolina is home to the Smokey mountains, a temperate rain-forest on the west side of the state, it’s home of the first ever public university in the US, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and it’s home to a massive number of Microbreweries
Raleigh Flea Market
Address: 1025 Blue Ridge Rd
Raleigh, NC 27607
Phone: +1 919-899-3532
Um lugar maravilhoso, muito interessante e com uma enorme variedade de booths. You’ll find dog accessories, lemonade, Garden flags, tools, funnel cakes, Peanuts, Kettle Korn, Hammocks, Antiques, Wallets, etc. On the outdoor you’ll find fairer prices than in indoor booths. The antiques have normal prices, would be nice if they had flea market prices but… oh well, no can do. It’s a great place for treasure hunting, especially if you’re visiting on a beautiful afternoon. 😉
By the way, bring your dog, everybody else does. 😀
Asheville Flea for Y’ALL
This place rocks! This is the perfect place for those that loves vintage. It has all kinds of antiques for collectors you could possibly imagine. Very well managed and set up, they thought of just about everything to provide both vendors and customers with a wonderful day for buying and selling! They have several excellent food options trucks, beers and even mimosas!
North Dakota is the home of former president Teddy Rosevelt’s favorite vacation spot, now called “Theodore Rosevelt National Park.” The Great Plains are mistaken for a place with nothing, when in actuality, it is a vast sea of grass which is rare on earth. Jamestown is home of the legendary white buffalo
Minot Flea Market
Address: 2005 Burdick Expy E
Minot, North Dakota
Phone: N/A (Feel free to send us the phone number in the comments if you have it)
This is a once a month only Flea Market with a wide variety of vendors and an eays setup if you wish to sell. Months they open are Feb, March, April and May, followed by September, October and November in the fall. Admission is $1, children 10 and under are free. Hours on Saturday are 8am til 4pm, Sunday 10am til 3pm. The vendors here love the staff, and they pass on that hospitality to you!
JBros-n-Me Gallery 94 Flea Market, Auction House, Event Venue Jamestown ND
Address: Exit 256 (Bypass Exit), 8125 36th St SE
Jamestown, North Dakota
Phone: +1 701-650-8855
The Jbros-n-Me Gallery and Auction house has been involved in Flea Markets and Estate Sales since 1985. A Family run and operated establishment, they have everything from comic books and cayaks to furniture and cookware. Auctions are schedule frquently só keep an eye out for announcements on their website, and the space is also available to rent out for events and occasions!
Ohio is known for the production of fuel cells, rubber, plastics, Swiss cheese, eggs and tomatoes. It is also politically important in presidential elections as a swing state, with a significant number of electoral college votes that can potentially go for either the Republicans or the Democrats
Hart ville MarketPlace & flea market
Address: 1289 Edison St NW
Hartville, OH 44632
Phone: +1 330-877-9860
This place provides an outstanding experience; it has a very nice catholic religious store blessed by design, their pretzels are great, their staff is great and gentle, the lady who cleans the tables on Saturday is so generous with the people, it has lots of good food and food sellers, the flea market is a worthy place to shop for crops and great stuff! One of their specialties: They’ve got a good damn coffee! It’s always a sensational experience just walking through the sellers outside. Don’t you ever dare to miss the chance for delightful pizza rolls. 😉
Caesar Creek Flea Market
Well, first of all this place is humongous, it has great people, great staff, good flea market for buying & selling, good food, lots of neat stuffs to look at, great prices and lots of fun with entertainment and activities to boot weekly. You’ll be treated like family by the sellers, both working inside and outside the place.
Oklahoma is known as the “Sooner State.”, it was created from a combination of Indian and Oklahoma territory. Because of that, the state has the second largest Native American population in the country; losing only to California.
Many places in state still hold their Native American names. In fact, the state’s name comes from the two Indian words “okla” meaning “people” and “homma” meaning “red.” Therefore, Oklahoma means “red people.”
Oklahoma City Garage Sale Craigslist Auction Flea Market Buy Sell Finds
Address: South Broadway Ave at SW 5th St
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Phone: +1 405-466-5430
If you are in the Oklahoma City area and you want to check out some garage and yard sales, look no further than OKC-Craigslist- Finds. Locals that are hosting yard sales and garage sales can sign up and post their locations and times só you have one big address book for a lot of great sales each day you feel like shopping! Also a great resource if you are a local and don’t want to hang signs all over town!
Hen House Chicks Market
Address: Highway 70 East
Phone: +1 580-612-5097
The Hen House Chicks Market is an indoor market with multiple vendors that support the local economy. Swing by during business hours to window shop to find that antique or hand craft items you can’t live without! Open the 2nd and 4th weekends each month.
Oregon, known for its excellence, energetic agrarian industry, green, reasonable way of life ethic as standard, mind blowing hunting, angling, outdoors, and outside entertainment, visionary urban arranging and transport, dynamic political viewpoints, decent climate variety, independent DIY soul, and scene meaning any place you live, agreeable individuals, shrewd individuals, distraught innovativeness in expressions of the human experience and innovation
The Original Medford Giant Flea Market
14000 square feet of indoor shopping pleasure. This Flea Market is open from 9am to 4pm, Free Parking, Door Prizes, and Admission is $1 per adult.
Central Oregon Flea Market
Address: 3800 SW Airport Way
Redmond, OR 97756
Website: N/A (Feel free to send us the website/facebook page in the comments if you have it)
Located in Redmond, Oregon, the Central Oregon Flea Market has live music and food for the shopping visitor. Open from 8am to 4pm, Saturdays and Sundays.
America’s Largest Antiques and Collectible Show
Address: Portland, OR
Info: Three times a year at the Portland Expo Center – the last weekend in October, the first weekend in March and the middle weekend in July (14 & 15 in 2012). The Expo Center is a modern, air-conditioned facility designed for consumer shows. Plenty of parking available and close hotels.
Phone: +1 503-282-0877
Located in Portland, Oregon, this Flea Market brings in visitors from around the world.
Only open a few days a year, this large attraction will bring likely have very hard to find items that collectors are seeking. Over a thousand booths, two-day show held in March, July, and October!
Rose City Farmers Market
Open every weekend from March til December, and home to hundreds of local artisans, a great outdoor flea market to find arts and crafts to light your imagination and life with wonder.
Portland State University Farmers Market
Saturday – Portland State University
SW Park & SW Montgomery
8:30 am to 2:00 pm (Mar to Oct)
9:00 am to 2:00 pm (Nov to Feb)
Sunday – King
NE 7th & NE Wygant
10:00 am to 2:00 pm (May 3 to Nov 22)
Monday – Pioneer Courthouse Square
10:00 am to 2:00 pm (June 15 to Sept 28)
Wednesday – Shemanski Park
SW Park & SW Main
10:00 am to 2:00 pm (May 6 to Nov 25)
Thursday – Buckman
SE 20th & SE Salmon
3:00 pm to 7:00 pm (May 7 to Sept 24)
Thursday – NW
NW 19th & Everett
2:00pm to 6:00pm (June 4 to Sept 24)
Friday – Kenton
N McClellan & N Denver
3:00 pm to 7:00 pm (June 5 to Sept 25)
Home to 200 vendors, open every Saturday and host occasional special events. No pets preferred, open from 8:30am to 2pm March thru October, and open from 9am to 2pm November thru February.
Waldport Flea Market
Home to Antiques, and Vintage items like clothing, coins, and knives.
Features glass blown items from local artists such as pipes, floats, and marbles.
Mostly indoors, Open everyday 10am to 6pm.
Pennsylvania is known for the First Continental Congress convened in Philadelphia in 1774, as did three sessions of the Second Continental Congress, plus two additional ones in other parts of Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania was where the Declaration of Independence was signed. It was also one of the first capitals of the United States. Benjamin Franklin lived in Pennsylvania as did William Penn, Ezra Pound, Louisa May Alcott, Andy Warhol, Kevin Bacon, Ken Griffey Jr. & Sr. and literally dozens of other American household names
Hazen Flea Market
Address: 6847 Route 28 N
Brookville, PA 15825
Phone: +1 814-328-2528
You’re going to love every minute you’ll spend on this place, the sellers are fantastic and the customers are all welcoming. You’ll find some great little collectibles for fair prices, for example, old jewelry boxes for $2. The food is good, the place is well organized with plenty of shade and enough area for parking. There is a little bit of everything!
Williams Grove Farmers Flea Market
About Williams Grove Farmers Flea Market? It’s a fantastic place; you’re going to find almost anything you need! Look into L&L Airbrush booth for custom airbrushed goods such as motorcycle helmets, t-shirts. License plates and mailboxes also check out Super Dog for the best food ever. Amazing service with a smile!
You’ll be received with the southern hospitality. Friendly sellers with lots of goods. If you are nearby, pay a visit, you won’t regret it.
Rhode Island is most well-known for being the smallest state in the United States with a total area of 1,045 square miles and a width of only 37 miles. It is also the state with the longest official state name : State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations
You’ll have lots of fun in Providence Flea market, be surrounded by awesome people and good vibes. There’s music entertainment, lovely food from the food trucks in the middle of the booths. The place is always full, but it’s very well managed and organized. If you’re a seller, have in mind that customers there are very polite and that they don’t care about giving their money away, haha. What else to say? Great stuff and food. You’ll definitely want to visit it more than one time. 🙂
Plainfield Pike Flea Market
Address: 2111 Plainfield Pike
Johnston, RI 02919
Phone: +1 401-640-2601
Be prepared to be surprised by the vast amount of goods within this place. Get early, because the parking lot will be filled to the edge. The sellers are incredibly responsive and nice, and a wide diversity of customers will come straight to you if you’re a vendor! The location is great, where $20 is the only fee you’ll have to pay to get in, and that’s fair enough for the cost-benefit you’ll have if you chose this place to do business. The employees are tremendously helpful and will sincerely demonstrate interested in whatsoever you need.
South Carolina is known for the Campbell’s Covered Bridge built in 1909, which is the only remaining covered bridge in South Carolina. Off Hwy 14 near Gowensville. The salamander was given the honor of official state amphibian. The walls of the American fort on Sullivan Island, in Charleston Harbor, were made of spongy Palmetto logs. This was helpful in protecting the fort because the British cannonballs bounced off the logs
Hudson’s Flea Market Surfside Beach SC
Founded in 1975, Hudson’s Flea market started off as a small family establishment in a log cabin, formerly a tobacco barn, that grew large enough over the years to develop a secondary location with 70,000 square feet of indoor shopping. With millions of nearby tourists, this location can become quite busy, which means the produce is fresh and the items don’t sit year round. Permanent and new vendors all the time, swing by and check out the antiques, food, crafts and novelty items.
Pickens Bargain Exchange Flea Market
Pickens Bargain Exchange is like the largest open air yard sale you’ve ever been to. The company itself also owns South Carolina’s first legal moonshine company (Palmetto Distillery) and is associated with other Flea Markets. This location has great food not often found at your usual flea market like tacos and caramel kettle corn. The Boggs Brothers, Trey and Bryan, have expanded the flea market to be entirely unique in a category of it’s own with a wide variety of vendors and services. Open Wednesdays from 5am til 6pm, 100 vendor booths in the covered area alone.
South Dakota is known for: Sparky Anderson (baseball), Tom Brokaw (TV newscaster), Crazy Horse (Oglala chief), Hubert Humphrey (vice president), Cheryl Ladd (actress), Red Cloud (Oglala Sioux chief), Sitting Bull (Hunkpappa Sioux chief), Norm Van Brocklin (football)
Address: 27162 445th Ave
Marion, South Dakota
Phone: +1 605-648-3270
Dakota Pickers travel around and purchae old farm equipment and items for rustic decor, and then host a Barn Sale about every two weeks. They post the next event date on their Facebook page, só keep a close eye out for some great decor for the home and yard, as well as some produce for the gut!
Address: 109 9th Ave SW
Watertown, South Dakota
Phone: +1 605-878-1180
This place has a lof ot different good, hidden treasures and up cycled furniture. Think about paying it a visit if you’re trying to redecorate your home, because it has a kind of each thing for everyone. Erica and Angie are great!
Tennessee: While there are many facets to Tennessee, the state is perhaps best known for Nashville, country music and the Grand Ole Opry. Tennessee’s nickname is the Volunteer State because of the state’s volunteer soldiers during the War of 1812
Sweetwater Flea Market
Address: 121 County Road 342, Sweetwater, TN 37874
Phone: +1 423-337-3532
Sweetwater is home to over 800 vendors indoors over a 4 football fields long building. To say that a flea market has everything just might be true of a market this size. Outdoor shops nearby also provide for more antique sales and other services. The indoor market features many booths that focus on clothing such as leather or boots and shoes, but also things such as jewelry and crafts. Quite a variety to choose from here, this Flea Market has been recognized by several national broadcasting networks on television.
Nashville Flea Market
Founded in 1967, The Nashville Flea Market is open every 4th weekend of each month, excluding December when it is open on the 3rd for Christmas shopping. Each month contains a theme they try to focus on to let the shoppers know what to expect. Some months will have more vintage and antiques than others, while October through December will have more holiday related items. Many vendors will still have their standard collections. Parking is $5, but admissions is free, DO NOT bring pets unless service animals. Prepare to spend hours trying food samples and browsing items!
Great Smokies Flea Market
The Most Visited Flea Market in Tennessee, this is a great spot with both indoor and outdoor vendors. Indoors you will find specialty booths with electronics like phones and video games as well as accessories for your phones. Some vendors specifically sell a large collection of books or other assorted items such as crafted picture frames.
Outdoors you may find antiques, old rustic equipment, wood working products or anything hand crafted you can imagine. Thise location averages about 15,000 visitors per weekend. Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday, parking is free, admission is free.
Texas is America’s second-largest state in both size and population, with an area of 268,820 square miles and a population of 26.45 million as of 2013. It was the site of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and is known for its barbecue cuisine, football and hot climate
Friends of First Monday Trade Days, Weatherford Texas
Address: Santa Fe and Hwy 180
Phone: +1 817-598-4351
Friends of First Monday Trade Days has roots back for nearly 160 years of old time bartering in the West. Back in the day farmers and crafters would get together in town to hawk their wares on trial days, when everyone eles was in town too. Over the years this evolved into a very traditional open air flea market where you might find anything and everything in Texas. Parking here can be very crowded, best to show up as early as possible!
I-10 Flea Market, Vidor, Texas
Address: 445 West Freeway (I-10
Phone: +1 409-597-9691
The I-10 Flea Market is an indoor and outdoor flea market with covered walkways to avoid the wet weather. Swing by to see some antiques and collectibles, as well as instruments and hand made leather crafts such as book covers, belts, and wallets among others. One of the best flea markets in the area!
Utah is know for the beehive state because of the early Mormon settlers. Bees were considered by them to be symbolic of hard work, industriousness, and community, and thus they used honeybee and beehive iconography quite extensively. That imagery and the philosophy behind it persisted when Utah became a state- thus, the Utah state flag, for example, has the word “INDUSTRY” over an image of a beehive
Salt Lake’s Indoor Swap Meet
Address: 1500 3500 S, West Valley City, UT 84119
Phone: +1 801-887-7927
60,000 square feet of great sales. Find things he you would expect at large chains or even dollar stores at avn even better deal. 70+ vendors at any given time with unique products, and a food court to relax between bursts of shopping energy. The largest indoor Flea Market around, open 4 days a week, Thur-Sun. Open at noon Thur-Fri, 10am on weekends.
Redwood Swap Meet
Address: 3688 S Redwood Rd, West Valley City, UT 84119
Phone: +1 801-973-6060
Over 400 vendors at this location, plan a day or two of walking if you expect to see everything at this Flea Market. Restrooms and snack bar on location. The real attraction here is the variety of items from farm equipment to primitive crafts. You haven’t seen Utah until you’ve seen what this market has to offer.
Vermont was the first place in the New World to outlaw slavery, and one of the first in the entire world. Then it became the 14th state. There is no gun control. Vermonters love to shoot, and are over-represented in every war. There were Vermonters at the Alamo. Vermont Civil War centennial memorials at Gettysburg are second only to Pennsylvania
Chelsea Flea Market
Address: PO Box 145
Phone: 802 685-4452 (Flea Market Vendor Manager)
The Chelsea Flea Market is a Saturday Flea Market open from 9am til 3pm once a year. Vendors start setting up at 6am, and should already be established long before you arrive, so don’t expect any empty stalls. 125 vendors with antiques, crafts, and even food prepared on the spot. Swing by and see all the great deals every 2nd Saturday of July!
Rutland Area Flea Market, LLC
Address: 200 West St
Rutland (city), Vermont
Phone: +1 802-770-9104
This local owned and operated flea market hosts 30 permanent vendors that sell several selections of items including toys, clothes, electronics, arts & crafts, sporting goods, memorabilia, jewelry, carpets and rugs, fresh eggs and Vermont’s own maple syrup and “Voodoo sauce”. 5,000 square feet of shopping, Open Saturdays and Sundays from 10am until 6pm. Holiday hours may vary.
Virginia: Because Jamestown, Va., was the site of the first English settlement in the United States, the state is known as “the birthplace of a nation.” Virginia has a rich history, spanning from colonial times to the Civil War. As of April 2014, it is recognized for its excellent seafood
The Virginia Bazaar
New shops open every week at The Virginian Bazaar, which is open Saturday and Sunday from 9am til 5pm every weekend of the year. Holiday season have more vendors, but most of the vendors are present year-round. Food is affordable, you won’t find a national sporting event priced corndog here. Indoor and Outdoor, the indoors is off limits to pets that are not service animals. Handicap accessible, and even wheel chair rental available at the kiosk.
The Vintage Home Market
Address: Show Venue: 600 E Laburnum Ave
Phone: +1 804-564-6717
The Vintage Home Market is a family owned and operation show that was purchased by a vendor when the original show was going to close. The vendors here are very tight knit and take pride in their show. Find vintage furniture, upcycled or crafted products. This market is open for 2 days in the spring and the fall, the next show is Nov 19th and 20th, Saturday from 9am til 6pm, and Sunday from 10am til 4pm.
Washington is famous for its beaches, rain forests, urbanity surrounded by water and two mountain ranges, skiing, then farmland and desert and back to farmland. All in one state
Packwood Flea Market Vendor Sites
Address: Highway 12, Packwood, Washington
Phone: +1 509-962-3387
Started in the 1970’s, this flea market is one of the most popular in the north west. Traffic can be a mile long in attendance to this flea market each weekend. Stretched across 4 acres of great outdoors landscape for photographs with the family, enjoying the mountains and nature as well as great sales on odds and ends.
Pasco Flea Market
Address: 200 E Lewis Pl
Phone: +1 509-547-5035
The largest open air Flea Market in the state of Washington, and home to 600 vendors of unique items.
Admission is $1 per person ages 10 and up, and FREE admissions on Sunday. Food, music, and other amenities to be found.
Fremont Sunday Market
Started in 1990, European styled flea market showcasing 200 vendors. Very festive, and contains multiple special events throughout the year such as outdoor movies and even a Red, White and Dead Zombie Walk!
Family owned and operated, open year round.
Pike Place Market
Overlooking the Elliott Bay waterfront, this market has been a tourist attraction since 1903. Various vendors open at different times from 6am (food) and stay open as late as 6pm (merchants).
Fresh Produce and Seafood is available at 7am, and only closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
Anacortes Flea Market or “Flea by the Sea”
Opening at 10am 7 days a week,this is a great indoor flea market to stop by and check out. Home to some great fresh product such as nectarines and white peaches at affordable prices during the summer!
Washington, D.C. is one of the most visited destinations in the world that capture the minds and hearts of the tourists from all over the world
The Eastern Market in D.C. Has over 13 decades of history. It’s open from Tuesday through Sunday (closed Mondays). This market is so large that is has different focuses on different days of the week. Tuesday is great for fresh produce and baked goods (and also Weekends), while Weekends are the most popular time for crafts and art work related shopping. There are also indoor markets every day of the week, and a reception hall for weddings and other important event plannings.
Georgetown Flea Market
Address: 1819 35th St NW, Washington, DC 20007
Phone: (202) 775-3532
The Georgetown Flea Market has been around since 1972, and has four decades of established business. Open every Sunday throughout the year usually between the hours of 8am and 4pm, it’s not unusual to see some familiar personalities from television here. Home to about 50 unique vendors vendors selling antiques and china, they also have food destinations. Make sure you bring cash or hit an ATM, these are dominantly open tent shops. The book “Cadillac Jack” by Larry McMurty is based on this market!
West Virginia: John Denver sang lovingly about it for good reason. West Virginia is often considered one of the more scenic states in the nation, and several of the most beloved sights in the Mountain State center around its natural beauty. But West Virginia is also known for its Civil War history, grand resorts and architectural feats, so set out and explore
Capitol Flea Market
Address: 24 Meadowbrook Dr
Charleston, West Virginia
Phone: +1 304-342-1626
Capitol Flea Market is a year-round Indoor and Outdoor market. Vendors can show up early in the mornign and setup outdoors in the “lot” for a daily rental, so every time you visit you will find new items for sale. Included in the market are the Hullabaloo store, and Staci’s Museum of Junk. Hullabaloo’s specializes in personalized items such as wreaths or handcrated products. Staci’s contains antiques, collectibles, and even seaosnal items such as candleless wax and various items at any given time. Market hours are Friday from 9am til 4pm, Sat-Sunday 8am til 5pm. Store hours within may vary.
Pence Springs Flea Market
Open on Sundays from April til October, this open-air market is located on site of the historic Spring House at Pence Springs, built in 1870. At one time this was the location of a women’s prison, and has history back to 1872 when the first hotel was built nearby. Take in the sites, grab some concessions, and see what Pence Springs has to offer!
Wisconsin is known for its production of cheese and other dairy products. Called America’s Dairyland, the state is home to approximately 10,000 dairy farms. About 1.27 million cows in Wisconsin produce more than 21,000 pounds of milk each year, representing 15 percent of the nation’s total production
Elkhorn Antique Flea Market
Elkhorn Antique Flea Market is an outdoor flea market with great selection of antiques, furniture, collectibles, decor and food! People come from everywhere to have lots of fun in this place.
Wilmot Mountain Flea Market
This is a decent size place if compared to other small town flea markets. They have a great staff at the gate, that is friendly and helpful, the place is full of diverse of items, here’s a decent place to get rid of stuff you don’t need any more or just to buy some additional goods for your house.
Wyoming was the first state to give women the right to vote. Why? They needed the women’s votes to get enough votes to become a state. Wyoming also had the first woman governor in the US, Nellie Ross in 1925 and the first female court bailiff and the first woman justice of the peace
Bart’s Flea Market (Editor’s pick)
Address: 2401 Soldier Springs Rd
Phone: +1 307-745-2036
Check out Bart’s Flea Market in cowboy country where you’ll find everything from taxidermist projects for your mantle, to old vehicles that need a collector’s TLC. Find unique memorabilia you won’t find anywhere eles, and furniture for your home at a great price. Don’t forget to say hello to Bart!