Whether you’re looking for priceless antiquities or you just want to stock up on some inexpensive items for yourself or the house, the several flea markets scattered around Connecticut will have just what you need. Flea markets are a great place to find unique goods, such as a lovely vase for your side table or a unique teapot to serve your guests with.

Vendors come from all over the East Coast to sell or trade their items at Connecticut's famous markets. The one-of-a-kind finds aren’t the only thing there; clothing, jewelry, fresh fruits and vegetables, and baked goods can be enjoyed by all who attend.

1. Bethlehem Indoor Flea Market

Bethlehem Indoor Flea Market
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Visitors in Bethlehem can head over there for a wide variety of new and gently used treasures for the entire family including, but not limited to, furniture, household items and decor, artwork, lighting, and much more. The indoor site is huge, temperature controlled, clean, and organized for you to enjoy your shopping experience. Other amenities include an ATM on site, acceptance of PayPal, a pet-friendly environment, and delivery of large items if necessary. More places to visit in Connecticut

37 Thomson Rd, Bethlehem, CT 06751, Phone: 203-948-6066

2. College Mart Flea Market

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College Mart Flea Market is one of the largest indoor/ outdoor markets of its kind in all of Connecticut. There are two floors with over 150 vendors and 900 tables for people to browse through. The collection of new and used items offered include many everyday objects that could save you lots of money; there row after row of tools, toys, games, movies, clothing, cosmetics, and accessories, and you will even find food vendors. Collectors can scan the market for antiques, coins, stamps, and other collectibles that are often hard to come by. More things to do in Connecticut

2 Wedgewood Dr, Jewett City, CT 06351, Phone: 860-376-3935

3. Elephant's Trunk Flea Market

Elephant's Trunk Flea Market
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The Elephant’s Trunk Flea Market in New Milford invites you to experience a New England tradition unlike any other. The market has been active since 1976 and has attracted throngs of antique collectors, treasure hunters, upcyclers, deal seekers, and foodies. Vendors come from all over the East Coast to set up stalls filled with a unique mix of items; in fact, buyers start arriving as early as 4:45 a.m. so that they can be the first ones to view the treasures and their bargain prices before anyone else sees them. There is an admission fee.

490 Danbury Rd, New Milford, CT 06776, Phone: 860-355-1448

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4. Flea Market at the Crossing

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The Flea Market at the Crossing gives people the opportunity to buy, sell, and trade a variety of merchandise. There are two floors to explore with over 10,000 square feet of space and numerous booths. The market is extremely popular with locals and visitors and is a great place for people no matter if they want to collect antiques or just stock up on some basic necessities. The flea market is also home to H&B Woodworking, which is a renowned custom cabinet, furniture building, and restoration shop that can handle even the most unique woodworking needs. Admission is free all day long and those who are there early can also enjoy a free cup of coffee.

105 E Main St, Plainville, CT 06062, Phone: 860-793-6991

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5. Mansfield Marketplace

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Mansfield Marketplace is one of the largest flea markets in eastern Connecticut. The indoor and outdoor space includes a 15,000-square-foot building filled with vendors, additional stalls on the outer lawn, outdoor parking (for a fee), wheelchair-accessible bathrooms, and a brand-new snack bar where you can re-energize with some local favorites. Vendors come from far and wide to sell many goods, and you’ll be sure to find everything you need, and some things you just want, during your visit.

228 Stafford Rd, Mansfield Center, CT 06250, Phone: 860-423-4441

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6. Flea Market Near Me: New Haven Flea Market

Flea Market Near Me: New Haven Flea Market
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The New Haven Flea Market is the place to go if you’re looking for reasonably priced everyday items, rare finds that you haven’t seen elsewhere, and great bargains on items you know and want. Whether you’re looking to grow your book collection with a stack of inexpensive books or are on the lookout for a rare piece of furniture to add to your home, one of the best places to search through is the New Haven Flea Market. No two days are alike since the vendor inventory is constantly changing, so every time you visit the market it’s a brand-new experience. Additionally, you will find fresh fruits and vegetables as well as many food trucks with delicious offerings throughout the day. More Things to Do in New Haven

500 Ella T Grasso Blvd, New Haven, CT 06519, Phone: 203-772-1447

7. Flea Market Near Me: Redwood Country Flea Market

Flea Market Near Me: Redwood Country Flea Market
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Redwood Country is one of New England’s oldest flea markets, going back to over 40 years. Admission to the market is free all day, every day, as is parking. Visitors can browse aisle after aisle filled with new and used household items, tools, crafts, clothes, books, DVDs, games, jewelry, coins, collectibles, and antiques. You can also leave each visit with bags of groceries, fresh fruits and vegetables, and baked concoctions that alone are worth the drive there.

170 S Turnpike Rd, Wallingford, CT 06492, Phone: 203-269-3500

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8. Flea Market Near Me: The Woodbury Flea Market

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Be prepared to find hidden treasures and renowned antiques at the Woodbury Flea Market, which has been in operation for over 40 years. The market is managed by Gus and Ann Kaloidis, who also run the restaurant located there. There is ample parking for patrons, including dedicated handicap accessible parking. The area surrounding the market is known for its old houses and antique shops, which attract people from all over.

44 Sherman Hill Rd, Woodbury, CT 06798, Phone: 203-263-6217

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9. Antique Market Near Me: Wright’s Barn & Flea Market

Antique Market Near Me: Wright’s Barn & Flea Market
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Wright’s Barn is a 10,000-square-foot multi-vendor antiques and collectables market. The historical space was once a dairy barn, and then a teenage dance club, before it was converted into a flea market in 1980. There are 40 spaces dedicated to vendors, some of whom have been with Wright’s Flea Market for over 20 years and some of whom come to sell every so often. There are always new items such as tools, furniture, jewelry, books, and delicate china. Buyers will also see Victorian-style artwork and various antiquities and collectibles while there.

99 Wright Rd, Torrington, CT 06790, Phone: 860-482-0095

10. New Brunswick Flea Market

New Brunswick Flea Market
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There are great deals to be searched for and found at the New Brunswick Flea Market. It is the newest and the most massive indoor flea market in the history of Litchfield County and welcomes visitors to peruse the stalls of its many vendors. The flea market is housed within a beautifully maintained manufacturing building that is 55,000 square feet in size and has vendors from all over New England gracing its halls. Find priceless pieces through treasure hunters, bargain with antique dealers, discover new crafters, or pick up a great piece of jewelry while at the New Brunswick Flea Market. At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter how many times you come back. There’s always a great new find to be found here.

601 Migeon Avenue, Torrington, Connecticut 06790

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11. Flea At 99 Indoor Flea Market

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Open from Wednesday through Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm is the multi-vendor indoor flea market known as Flea at 99. Located within over 8,000 square feet of space, this indoor flea market is a beloved haunt for thrifty shoppers, collectors, or simply curious passersby. Flea at 99 hosts over 80 vendors regularly with an always-changing selection of finds gracing its facility. Search for precious old books, purchase that vinyl you’ve always wanted, or score great antiques at bargain prices. Or perhaps you’re looking for old furniture to restore and turn into your new statement piece at home. Whatever it is you’re looking for, chances are Flea at 99 has it.

99 Railroad Street, Canaan, Connecticut 06018, Phone: 860-453-4337

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More Ideas in CT: Manor House Inn

The Manor House Inn is in Norfolk, Connecticut. The Inn runs as a small bed and breakfast close to the city center. Just a short distance away are musical venues, shopping, dining, and outdoor activities that complement the comfortable luxury of what guests will find when visiting Manor House. The Inn won the award of being the Best of Connecticut many years in a row.


The Manor House Inn has both rooms and suites as potential accommodations.

There are seven suites available for overnight stays at the Inn - The Spofford, The Victorian, The Clemens, The English Garden, The Morgan, The Country French, and The Lincoln. The suites feature either a king size or queen size bed. Some of the larger suites have their private balconies as well. Other potential amenities include gas fireplaces, whirlpool tubs, skylights, walk-in tile showers, and comfortable sitting areas.

There are also two deluxe rooms available - the Le Chambre and the Audubon. The rooms feature an either a full or a queen size bed, and either a walk-in shower or a clawfoot shower and tub,

All accommodations at the Inn are non-smoking.


While the Manor House Inn does not offer meals all day, they do serve breakfast. Breakfast is made with as many fresh, local products as possible. Some of the local products used are herbs, cheese, jams, produce, eggs, and sweet maple syrup. Some inn guest favorites have been the french toast and the asparagus frittata. The staff at the Inn is happy to work with food allergies and preferences including gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, and more.


The area surrounding the Manor House Inn is full of activities.

Norfolk has a wide variety of world-class music venues. There is the Infinity Hall Norfolk, which was built in 1883 and restored in 2007. The site can hold up to 300 people and holds concerts with a top-notch sound system. Infinity Hall also has a bistro-style restaurant for guests to dine at either before, during, or after a show. Another musical option is the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, which is held on both Friday and Saturday evenings in July and August. Concerts are held in the local Music Shed and feature graduate students from the local area. The festival also has free concerts Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings in the summer.

Inn guests who enjoy hiking can access three different state parks as well as 6000 acres of public forest land not far from the grounds. Nearby is the Haystack Mountain State Park, Campbell Falls State Park, Dennis Hills State Park, and the Great Mountain Forest. These areas offer waterfalls, mountains, hiking trails, and more. Most trails are perfectly fine for beginning hikers or even smaller children. Parents can bring a stroller or buggy so the kids can enjoy the trails as well.

For water activities, guests can visit the local Wood Creek Pond for canoeing, kayaking, or paddle boarding. There is also Twin Lakes, which is set in the mountains, and famously known for its phenomenal trout fishing opportunities around the entire state of Connecticut.

There are also many diverse cultural activities. The Norman Rockwell Museum is a family favorite, as is the Berkshire Botanical Garden. Guests can also visit the Harney and Sons Tea Room, which is the same tea that is served daily with breakfast.


There are many shopping areas in the Norfolk area. While the area is known for unique antiquing opportunities, there are also a variety of craft shops, outlet malls, bookshops, and art galleries. There is the Housatonic Trading Company, with antiques, fine art, and a pastry shop, or nearby Woodbury, which has been given the nickname of the “antique capital of the state.” Inn guests can spend hours wandering through the shops.

Wine Tastings

One of the things the local area is known for is a different amount of wine offerings. The Manor House is nicknamed "the wine trail" because of the many wine offerings visitors may explore. Sunset Meadow Vineyards is one of the best, recently making the list of the top 101 Wineries in the United States. The vineyard is open year-round and offers chocolate pairings. Another local winery is also the first that was established in the state of Connecticut, Haight Brown Vineyard. This vineyard is also open year-round and offers both cheese and chocolate pairings as well as wine education classes.

69 Maple Avenue, Norfolk, CT, 06058, Phone: 860-542-5690

More Ideas in CT: The Copper Beech Inn

The Copper Beech Inn in Ivoryton, Connecticut features guest rooms and suites in three historic buildings located on a centuries-old estate. There is an award-winning dining experience, multiple activities, and an abundance of local tours. Guests can enjoy solitude or socialization, depending on what they want from their stay.

Rooms and Suites

The Copper Beech Inn has 22 guest rooms and suites. The rooms and suites are in the Main House, the Carriage House, and the Comstock House.

The Main House has four of those rooms, all of which are original to the Comstock estate. These are some of the most deluxe rooms and suites at The Copper Beech Inn. Inn guests can choose from The Copper Beech Suite, the Garden Suite (Room 102), Room 104, and Room 105.

The Carriage House (named for its original use as a housing for horse-drawn carriages) has an additional nine rooms, many of which still have the original beam and post vaulted ceilings.

Finally, the Comstock House is home to the remaining nine rooms. It was recently remodeled to offer European style bathrooms made from limestone and travertine.


There are no elevators at The Copper Beech Inn, so only some of the rooms and suites are accessible to those with physical disabilities. Room 210, Room 211, Room 212, Room 214, and Room 215 at The Carriage House are available, as well as Room 301, Room 311, Room 312, Room 313, and Room 314 in The Comstock House. The Main House has no first-floor rooms or suites. Guests should contact the staff ahead of a stay to verify accessibility and to have any questions answered.


Each room and suite have a private bath, telephone, air conditioning unit, and complimentary wireless internet access. The beds include a pillow top, memory foam mattress and a choice of either down or non-allergenic pillows and comforters. Each bathroom provides comfortable bathrobes, European-style lighted makeup/shaving mirrors, and hair dryers.


The Oak Room is a bar and eatery that has won multiple awards for its service and unique dishes. It is found at The Copper Beech Inn has been recently renovated. The bar and its attached dining area were designed to provide a casual atmosphere, while the main dining room is more formal and upscale. There is a fireplace in the bar area that adds a glow and an intimate, warm vibe to the room.


The area surrounding The Copper Beech Inn called the Lower Connecticut River Valley is well known for its immense amount of mostly outdoor activities offered. Guests can stop by the front desk and ask the staff or the innkeeper about the available options. The staff can also help guests book tours, give directions, and guide them.

For guests visiting The Copper Beech Inn during the winter, one of the unique opportunities is the ability to watch the eagle’s fish and nest. This is best done by taking a Winter Wildlife Eagle Cruise about the River Quest. A knowledgeable naturalist guides the tours. Binoculars are free for every patron, and hot coffee is provided. The tour also includes admission to the local museum gallery exhibition of the “Eagles of Essex.”

Also, in the winter are a variety of local sports, like the UCONN Huskies (basketball) and the Hartford Wolfpack and Bridgeport Sound Tigers (ice hockey teams).

Fans of craft beer and wine will visit and take a tour of one of the local breweries or wineries.

Craft beer people can visit Thimble Island Brewing Company, Stony Creek Brewery, Two Roads Brewing Company, and Thomas Hooker Brewing Company.

Those who enjoy wine can visit Chambard Vineyards, Rosabianca Vineyards, Priam Vineyards, Staehly Farm Winery, Paradise Hills Vineyard and Winery, Gouveia Vineyards, Jonathan Edwards Winery, Stonington Vineyards, and Sharpe Hill Vineyards.

For Inn guests who enjoy cultural activities, there are many in the local area as well. Visit the Connecticut River Museum, the Essex Historical Society, and the Essex Art Association in Essex, the Florence Griswold Museum and the Lyme Art Association in Old Lyme, the Wadsworth Atheneum, Connecticut Historical Society in Hartford, and the Yale University Art Gallery, Yale Center for British Art, and Peabody Museum of Natural History.

There are also various music and theater events in the surrounding area.

In town, guests can visit The Ivoryton Playhouse for professional theater year-round, which is only a mile from the Inn. Also, in the local area is the Goodspeed Opera House and The Kate (a cultural arts center in honor of Katharine Hepburn). There are also multiple other options within a 30-minute drive of The Copper Beech Inn.

There are also many 18-hole public golf courses near Ivoryton.

For Inn guests who want a spa experience, there are two in the local area as well. Guests can enjoy a relaxing time just moments from The Copper Beech. There is one in Westbrook and another in Essex.

There are a variety of malls and shopping centers. Guests can shop at the Crystal Mall in Waterford or one of the outlet malls in either Clinton or Westbrook.

46 Main Street, Ivoryton, CT, 06442, Phone: 860-767-0330