The sunny, balmy heat in the state of Alabama means there are many nice days throughout the year to go antiquing or browse the shelves, booths, and tables of local flea markets. There is an abundance of great flea markets in Alabama; some of them are open on the weekends, some all week long, and some only sporadically throughout the year. Some of Alabama’s flea markets are held outdoors, and some are tucked away into old department stores or warehouse-like buildings, but all of them offer a great place to find a bargain on items like furniture, used clothes, collectible trinkets, or fresh, local produce.
1.Bessemer Flea Market
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At Bessemer Flea Market, customers can wander the stands for homemade goods like candles, fresh produce from local farmers, and vintage, thrift store, or antique clothes, furniture, and items. The market has been around for decades, and the friendly demeanor of all the vendors as well as the happy atmosphere created by the scent of roasted peanuts, grilled sausages, and delicious fresh food makes this a great place to spend a sunny weekend day. Bessemer Flea Market is open on weekends from 9am to 4pm.
1013 8th Ave N Bessemer, Alabama 35020, Phone: 205-425-8510
2.Collinsville Trade Day
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Collinsville Trade Day is a weekend flea market that is open year round from 4:30am to 1pm one day each week, on Saturdays. At Collinsville Trade Day, locals and visitors alike flock to the market, where they can find great deals on everything from fresh produce to discount toiletries. Vintage magazines, stacks of colorful t-shirts, saddles, bridles, and other tack for horseback riding, and even livestock are sold at Collinsville Trade Day. There are bathrooms on site, and delicious concessions so customers can make a whole day out of their visit. Sellers can rent a space for as low as $7, and parking is available for customers and visitors for only $1 a day.
1102 S Valley Ave, Collinsville, AL 35961, Phone: 256-524-2127
3.Cullman Flea Market Inc
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The long warehouse-like building that houses Cullman Flea Market Inc looks simple from the outside, but once you go through those big garage doors, the truth reveals itself. Cullman Flea Market is a huge shopping bonanza, with tables and booths set up in every available inch of space. New and used clothes, jewelry, furniture, home goods, souvenirs, knick-knacks, toys, and more adorn the shelves and tables at Cullman Flea Market. The market also has an entire area devoted to food vendors, where guests can find burgers and fries alongside regional specialties. Cullman Flea Market is usually open on Saturdays and Sundays from 8am to 4pm.
415 Lincoln Ave SW, Cullman, AL 35057, Phone: 256-739-0910
4.Dixie Land Flea & Farmers Market
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At Dixieland Tradin’ Post, also known as Dixie Land Flea & Farmers Market, in Harpersville, Alabama, just off Highway 25, visitors can find a huge variety of goods. This indoor and outdoor marketplace sells fresh, local produce from regional and local producers and farms, and there are vendors selling regional Auburn and Alabama sports gear, local antiques, tools and home improvement products, snacks and groceries, and even propane tanks. Dixie Land Flea and Farmers Market is open on Fridays from noon until 6pm and on Saturdays and Sundays from 8am to 5pm.
33985 Highway 25 Harpersville, Alabama, Phone: 205-672-2022
5.Dog Days Flea Market
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Dog Days Flea Market is technically located in Tennessee, but it’s just north of the Alabama state line, and it’s an easy drive from Huntsville or Decatur. At Dog Days Flea Market, vendors sell a little bit of everything: flower and vegetable plants for the garden, new, handmade, and antique furniture for the home, and even an animal yard with chickens, ducks, pigs, goats, rabbits, and more. Dog Days Flea Market is the perfect destination for great deals on antiques, vintage clothes, fashion and antique jewelry, tools, handmade goods, and so many other products as well. Dog Days Flea Market is open on weekends from 6am to 3pm.
30444 Gowan Rd, Ardmore, TN 38449, Phone: 931-629-5885
6.Eastbrook Flea Market
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One of the most frustrating aspects of flea markets for shoppers is the fact that most of them are only open one or two days a week, on weekends. But Eastbrook Flea Market in Montgomery is open every day of the week, with hours from 10am to 6pm Monday through Friday, 9am to 6pm on Saturday, and 12:30 to 4:30pm on Sundays. This leaves so much time for customers to browse through the diverse and wide selection of products sold at Eastbrook Flea Market. Eastbrook’s 60,000-square-foot venue has over 300 vendors, who sell a great variety of antique books, home goods, furniture, and other knick-knacks as well as some amazing vintage clothing.
425 Coliseum Blvd, Montgomery, AL 36109, Phone: 334-277-4027
7.Flea Market Mobile By Aunt Mamie Jo
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At Flea Market Mobile, guests and customers will have free admission and parking to the market, which boasts over 800 vendors, six concession stands for food and snacks, on site bathroom facilities, ATMs on site, and security. Vendors at this flea market sell everything from vintage clothes from the 1970s and delicate antique sets of china to fresh, local roasted corn on the cob. Customers can search for hidden treasures as they hunt for antiques, select a unique cellphone case, or pick out a handcrafted piece of wooden furniture for their home. Flea Market Mobile by Aunt Mamie Jo is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 9am to 5pm and is open in rain or shine.
401 Schillinger Rd N, Mobile, AL 36608, Phone: 251-633-7533
8.Foley Indoor Flea Market
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Foley Indoor Flea Market holds some of the most unique treasures out there, like candle holders made from seashells or truly unique antique knick-knacks. Foley Indoor Flea Market has about 175 vendors who sell clothes, antiques, food, toys, and other products in a large indoor space.
14809 Alabama 59, Foley, AL 36535, Phone: 251-943-6349
9.Galaxy Flea Market
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Galaxy Flea Market is open from 8am to 4pm on Saturdays and Sundays, and this massive indoor space is a great spot for finding new and used treasures, like books, crystal bowls, antique candlesticks, vintage toys, holiday decorations, home improvement products and tools, and clothing for babies, kids, and adults. Galaxy Flea Market arranges all their products on tables, so the whole experience feels like one giant garage sale, and the flea market also has a snack bar that is open during the market’s business hours.
9010 E 2nd St, Leighton, AL 35646, Phone: 256-446-5614
10.Gillespie's Flea Market
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Visitors to Gillespie’s Flea Market in Trinity, Alabama, will find themselves returning again and again, because the inventory of unique, one-of-a-kind antiques and used items is constantly changing, so there’s always something new to see. Customers will find loads of antique furniture, tools, and other home goods in this shop, all charmingly arranged to make guests feel comfortable and at home in the large space. Gillespie’s Flea Market is open Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9am to 3pm, Fridays from 9am to 4pm, and Saturdays from 8am to 5pm.
20610 AL-24, Trinity, AL 35673, Phone: 256-560-8081
11.Hamby Mill Flea Market and Antiques
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At Hamby Mill Flea Market and Antiques, visitors will find two large buildings stuffed with new and used products for sale from over 80 vendors. Customers can browse through books, records, toys, and other collectibles as well as larger items like furniture. Hamby Mill Flea Market and Antiques is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 9am to 5pm.
465 Co Rd 30, Bremen, AL 35033, Phone: 256-287-2255
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12.Hidden Treasures Antiques & Flea Market
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This lovely flea market has products to suit every budget in Centre, Alabama. Hidden Treasures Antiques and Flea Market has a charming layout that is great for wandering and browsing, filled with, as the name implies, lots of hidden treasures like vintage Coca-Cola signs, mismatched china plates, framed artwork, and collectible figurines like snow globes, statuettes, and collector’s edition toys or models. Hidden Treasures Antiques and Flea Market is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10am to 4pm.
1120, 1110 W Main St, Centre, AL 35960, Phone: 256-300-0458
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13.Junebugg's Flea & Antique Mall
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Junebugg’s Flea and Antique Mall is open seven days a week, from 9am to 6pm on Monday through Saturday and from 1pm to 6pm on Sundays. At Junebugg’s, customers have the chance to find some true treasures among hundreds of thousands of unique items and products, so long as they’re willing to spend a little time browsing and looking through tables, displays, stacks, and boxes of stuff. Guests can find books, DVDs, collectible items, fabric, home decorations, games, electronics, furniture, and so many other types of goods at Junebugg’s.
1302 E Highland Ave, Selma, AL 36703, Phone: 334-875-3532
14.Lee County Flea Market
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Lee County Flea Market is the largest outdoor flea market in Eastern Alabama, with more than 300 vendors selling new, old, and used products. The market is entirely open air, but there is a covered section of the market for those who wish to stay out of the sun. There is also a snack shack at the flea market, where customers can purchase breakfast or lunch while they browse the tables and displays as well as a food truck that serves up hot meals. Sometimes, especially during the summer, flea market vendors include food producers of delicious carnival food like funnel cakes, ice cream, or snow cones. Lee County Flea Market is open year round, rain or shine, on Saturdays and Sundays from 6am to 6pm.
201 Lee Rd 379, Smiths Station, AL 36877, Phone: 334-291-7780
15.Limestone Flea Market
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Limestone Flea Market is part flea market, part farmers’ market, part food fair, and part craft market. There is such a wide variety of goods sold here, like homemade soaps, delicious hot meals, new and used books, floral arrangements, clothing, toys, jewelry, Alabama sports gear, antiques, leggings, accessories, furniture, and more. It’s the kind of place that can keep visitors busy for hours at a time as they browse the tables, look through clothes, and search for a good book. Limestone Flea Market is open on weekends from 9am to 5pm.
30030 US-72, Madison, AL 35756, Phone: 256-233-5183
16.Longleaf Antique and Flea Mall
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Longleaf Antique and Flea Mall has over 34,000 square feet of vendor space in two large buildings in Alexander City, Alabama. There are over 200 booths in Longleaf Antique and Flea Mall, with over 100 vendors selling their wares. Longleaf is pretty much a one-stop shop for everything home related. It’s located in an old department store, so it’s ideally situated for browsing and exploring, and customers will love coming across treasures like antique furniture, vintage jewelry, handmade quilts, hunting gear, kitchen wares, clothes, and more. The market is open Monday through Saturday from 10am to 6pm, and on Sundays from 1pm to 6pm.
591 Alex City Shopping Center Dr, Alexander City, AL 35010, Phone: 256-234-3492
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17.Meridian Street Flea Market
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On days when its closed, Meridian Street Flea Market looks like a curious cluster of storage sheds, but from 7am to 2pm on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, it comes to life, with tables, tents, booths, and merchandise spreading all over the outdoor space, and vendors calling out greetings to customers as they browse the items and shop for products. Meridian Street Flea Market is a great place to find amazing deals and discounts on used furniture, bicycles, books, sports equipment, clothing, and other great items.
2219 Meridian St N, Huntsville, AL 35811, Phone: 256-656-8889
18.Mom's Flea Market and Consignment
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Mom’s Flea Market and Consignment is an indoor-outdoor flea market that opens six days a week from 10am to 6pm and is closed on Sundays. At Mom’s Flea Market, vendors and shoppers alike love the layout and friendly management. Cheap furniture, valuable antiques at discount prices, and every other kind of home furnishing imaginable can be found here. Customers will also find a wide selection of clothing, electronics, appliances, decor, non-perishable groceries, toys, accessories, artwork, and jewelry.
4082 AL-14, Millbrook, AL 36054, Phone: 334-285-4380
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19.Mountain Top Flea Market
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No matter the season or the weather, Mountain Top Flea Market in Attalla is open every Sunday year round. They open at 5am and have no definite closing time, so as long as they’ve got customers, they’re open. The flea market, which has been going on since 1973, continues to grow with each year, adding more vendors and more variety. Customers will find typical flea market fare like used furniture, clothes, and books as well as new toiletries, nail polishes, large packs of socks, and even pet birds. Mountain Top Flea Market also has vendors serving breakfast and lunch each day, so customers can snack on hot dogs, hamburgers, ice cream, and more while they shop.
11301 U.S. 278, Attalla, AL 35954, Phone: 800-535-2286
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Prattville Pickers is a massive antiques mall in Prattville, Alabama, which prides itself on being the largest of its kind in the state. This giant indoor antique store has over 300 vendors inside, and they are all laid out in wide aisles, perfectly designed for wandering and browsing the many items and trinkets they have to offer. Located just a short 20-minute drive from downtown Montgomery, Prattville Pickers is easily accessible via I-65, and contains lots of vintage goodies and products that customers won’t want to miss. Prattville Pickers is open from 10am to 6pm Mondays through Saturdays and from 1pm to 5pm on Sundays.
616 US-82, Prattville, AL 36067, Phone: 334-730-0266
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21.Sadies Flea Market
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Whether searching for a pair of earrings for a friend’s birthday or looking to add to an extensive stamp or coin collection, Sadie’s Flea Market has a huge variety of vendors, and one of them is certain to have what you’re looking for. Open on weekends from 8am to 4pm, Sadie’s Flea Market is a huge outdoor venue with tables for vendors and a few more permanent stores. Guests will enjoy shopping the various wares that Sadie’s has to offer, everything from new sets of toys for the kids to fresh, local produce sold in season, straight from the farmer’s hands.
7990 US-231, Dothan, AL 36301, Phone: 334-677-5138
22.Santuck Flea Market
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Santuck Flea Market opens bright and early at 5:30am on the first Saturday of every month, in rain, sleet, or shine, and stays open selling great bargain goods to customers until 2pm. On Flea Market Saturdays, the outdoor venue fills with popup tents, clothing racks, shelves, and tables, which vendors load with new and used apparel, accessories, furniture, toys, sunglasses, bags, holiday decorations, and other great products. During its hours of operations, Santuck Flea Market is also home to a number of talented food vendors, who make sure that no one leaves the flea market hungry, with their offerings of breakfast, lunch, and snacks.
7300 Central Plank Rd, Wetumpka, AL 36092, Phone: 334-567-7400
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23.Selma Flea Market & Mini Storage
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In the year 1986, the family-owned Selma Flea Market opened. It has since grown to become a mini storage facility as well as an RV park, but the flea market still steals the show, with almost 400 vendors packed into the outdoor market shelters and under pop-up tents. The market has several concession stands as well as a mobile food cart that sells meals and snacks to customers and vendors alike, and there is a great selection of new, used, and handmade items for sale. Selma Flea Market is open every Saturday except for Christmas and has lots of free parking available for customers.
606 River Rd, Selma, AL 36703, Phone: 334-875-0500
24.Wetumpka Flea Market and Antiques
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The Alabama heat is no match for the air-conditioned 25,000-square-foot space that houses Wetumpka Flea Market and Antiques. At Wetumpka, customers won’t find new clothing or vendors selling their services, but pretty much everything else can be purchased in the market. They even offer a layaway plan on items over $100, and with 114 regular dealers, there’s a huge variety of products, furniture, tools, and trinkets to be found. Wetumpka Flea Market and Antiques is open Monday to Saturday from 10am to 6pm and Sundays from 1pm to 6pm.
5266 US-231, Wetumpka, AL 36092, Phone: 334-567-2666
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25 Best Flea Markets in Alabama
- Bessemer Flea Market, Photo: Courtesy of Kzenon - Fotolia.com
- Collinsville Trade Day, Photo: Courtesy of FineBokeh - Fotolia.com
- Cullman Flea Market Inc, Photo: Courtesy of Chekunov Alexandr - Fotolia.com
- Dixie Land Flea & Farmers Market, Photo: Courtesy of joyt - Fotolia.com
- Dog Days Flea Market, Photo: Courtesy of nito - Fotolia.com
- Eastbrook Flea Market, Photo: Courtesy of Myst - Fotolia.com
- Flea Market Mobile By Aunt Mamie Jo, Photo: Courtesy of JackF - Fotolia.com
- Foley Indoor Flea Market, Photo: Courtesy of Maren Winter - Fotolia.com
- Galaxy Flea Market, Photo: Galaxy Flea Market
- Gillespie's Flea Market, Photo: Gillespie's Flea Market
- Hamby Mill Flea Market and Antiques, Photo: Courtesy of Punkbarby - Fotolia.com
- Hidden Treasures Antiques & Flea Market, Photo: Courtesy of Ekaterina Pokrovsky - Fotolia.com
- Junebugg's Flea & Antique Mall, Photo: Junebugg's Flea & Antique Mall
- Lee County Flea Market, Photo: Courtesy of FSEID - Fotolia.com
- Limestone Flea Market, Photo: Limestone Flea Market
- Longleaf Antique and Flea Mall, Photo: Longleaf Antique and Flea Mall
- Meridian Street Flea Market, Photo: Courtesy of mobilise248 - Fotolia.com
- Mom's Flea Market and Consignment, Photo: Mom's Flea Market and Consignment
- Mountain Top Flea Market, Photo: Courtesy of ChiccoDodiFC - Fotolia.com
- Prattville Pickers, Photo: Courtesy of Chrystine - Fotolia.com
- Sadies Flea Market, Photo: Sadies Flea Market
- Santuck Flea Market, Photo: Courtesy of markobe - Fotolia.com
- Selma Flea Market & Mini Storage, Photo: Selma Flea Market & Mini Storage
- Wetumpka Flea Market and Antiques, Photo: Wetumpka Flea Market and Antiques
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