More Awesome Flea Markets

Flea markets provide bargain hunters, treasure seekers, and vintage aficionados with the perfect place to find antiques, one-of-a-kind treasures, and exclusive objets d’art. They also offer a unique chance to immerse in the local community and meet the colorful characters and vendors selling all sorts of items, objects, and trinkets. From rare antiques and quirky collectibles to one-of-a-kind vintage clothing and classic children’s toys, America’s flea markets are full of treasures, just waiting to be found. Here are some of the best flea markets around the country to explore.

Downtown Oronoco Gold Rush Days

Downtown Oronoco Gold Rush Days is a well-established antique show and flea market in Oronoco, Minnesota, that is held on the third weekend of August every summer and is the best place to find a variety of handcrafted, vintage and repurposed goods, architectural salvage items for home décor and other collectibles. Established in 1972 and set on the banks of the Zumbro River, the summertime antique show and flea market is home to around 1000 vendors selling everything from antique automobiles and furniture, vintage linen and clothing and silverware to handmade handbags, artworks, decorations, and toys. The market also features delicious food stalls, music performances, and presentations, and funds raised from the event are donated back into the community and local charities.

115 2nd St NW, Oronoco, MN 55960, Phone: 507-367-2111

Scott Antique Market Atlanta

Founded by antique dealer Don Scott almost 30 years ago, Scott Antique Market is the largest indoor antique market that hosts over 3,000 vendors selling fine antiques and collectibles on the second weekend of every month. More of an antique show than a flea market, the market is split into two different sections, one of which focuses on higher-end antique items, while the other section offers affordable goods. Visitors to the market can find everything from antique jewelry, heirloom-quality oil paintings, and vintage clothing and toys to jukeboxes and other one-of-a-kind items, and the market is held in three locations - Atlanta, Washington Court House, Ohio, and Columbus, Ohio.

3650 Jonesboro Rd SE, Atlanta, GA 30354, Phone: 404-361-2000

Chelsea Flea Market

Chelsea Flea Market is an ongoing, year-round weekend flea-market in New York’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood that hosts up to 150 vendors selling everything from antiques, art deco, and handmade arts and crafts to furniture, decorative arts, ephemera, and vintage clothing. Established as the Annex Antiques Fair & Flea Market in 1976 and operating under the name Chelsea Flea Market, the flea market is open every weekend, including Thanksgiving weekend, and remains open on holidays when they occur on a Saturday or Sunday.

W. 25th Street between Sixth & Broadway, New York City, NY 10010

Raleigh Flea Market

The Raleigh Flea Market is located on Blue Ridge Road and features more than 600 indoor and outdoor vendors. Rated as one of the top flea markets in the country, the market was established in 1971 with just six tables and today has grown into a 20,000square-foot indoor-outdoor extravaganza with hundreds of vendors selling a wide variety of arts and crafts, antiques, jewelry, handmade goodies, organic foods, home décor, furniture, and auto parts. Exuding a bustling and vibrant atmosphere, the market is the perfect place to spend the day with family, exploring the stalls and hunting for treasures.

1025 Blue Ridge Road, Raleigh, NC, Phone: 919-899-3532

Nashville Fairgrounds Flea Market

The Nashville Fairgrounds Flea Market is one of the biggest flea markets in the US and takes over the state Fairgrounds on the fourth weekend of every month, from Friday to Sunday. The enormous market features over 1,700 booths, half indoors and half outdoors, housing 800 to 1,200 dealers and vendors from 30 states selling all kinds of items from antiques and bric-a-brac to refurbished and vintage furniture, arts and crafts, vintage clothing, and jewelry. Friendly vendors welcome shoppers and offer advice on pieces for sale and are more than happy to have a good haggle.

State Fairgrounds – 625 Smith Ave Nashville, TN 37203

First Monday Trade Days at Canton Flea Market

Located at the Canton Flea Market in Texas, First Monday Trade Days at Canton Flea Market is the world’s largest outdoor market. Dating back to frontier times when people traded produce and farm animals while waiting for the court judge to see them on First Monday court days, the market spans more than 100 acres and hosts more than 3,000 dealers who use the space to sell their wares from Thursday to Sunday before the first Monday of every month. Visitors can find a wealth of goods from antiques, collectibles, and handcrafts vintage clothing and household items, and the market has restrooms with showers, an RV park, and a wheelchair-accessible civic center.

800 Flea Market Rd, Canton, TX 75103, Phone: 903-567-6556

Alameda Point Antiques & Collectibles Fair

Spread out over the former airplane runways at the old Alameda Naval Air Station on the first Sunday of the month, the Alameda Point Antiques & Collectibles Fair is the largest antique show in Northern California. The mammoth fair houses 800 antique dealers from Northern California and further afield and attracts over 10,000 visitors who come to find bargains, treasures, collectibles, and all sorts of items from vintage clothing and jewelry to vintage rugs and second-hand shoes. Boasting picturesque views of the San Francisco Bay, the Alameda Antiques Faire is the go-to place for antiques and vintage where only vendors selling stock older than two decades are allowed showcase their wares.

Alameda Naval Air Station, 2900 Navy Way, Alameda, CA 94501

Rose Bowl Flea Market

The Rose Bowl Flea Market has been taking place on the second Sunday every month at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, California, for the past 45 years, making it among the most famous flea markets in the US. Home to the 1932/1984 Summer Olympics and the 1994 FIFA World Cup, the Rose Bowl Stadium offers an ideal location for this extensive market where over 2,500 merchants gather every month to showcase their collections. The colorful vintage market attracts over 20,000 flea market lovers, including trendy Californians, who flock to find unique treasures, such as antiques and collectibles, vintage clothing, ceramics, arts and crafts, prints and paintings, and a plethora of other exciting items.

1001 Rose Bowl Dr, Pasadena, CA 91103

Lakewood 400 Antiques Market

The Lakewood 400 Antiques Market is a 75,000-square-foot air-conditioned spin-off of the long-standing Lakewood Antiques Market on the south side of Atlanta that operates on the third weekend of every month. Located on the Atlanta Highway in Cumming, the market is home to more than 500 dealers from around the country that sell all kinds of vintage related items, from antiques, collectibles, and decorative arts to sports memorabilia, nautical items, and one-of-a-kind home décor objects. The antique market also has a food court that sells a variety of delicious food from burgers and corn dogs to funnel cakes to BBQ and serves a fabulous breakfast.

1321 Atlanta Hwy, Cumming, GA 30040, Phone: 770-889-3400

Elephant’s Trunk Country Flea Market

Established in 1976, Elephant's Trunk Country Flea Market is based on a 55-acre field in New Milford, Connecticut, and offers a truly authentic New England experience. Home to over 500 vendors selling a variety of clothing, collectibles, pottery, furniture, silverware, vintage toys, and more, the Sunday market also features an ever-changing mixture of food trucks that offer a variety of delicious food and drinks. The flea market uses a smart pricing strategy to cater to buyers across all price ranges with an early entry admission that offers a better selection of goods to explore. Elephant's Trunk Country Flea Market is open every Sunday throughout the year.

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

Marburger Farm Antique Show

Held twice a year during the Texas Antique Weekend in Round Top, Texas, the Marburger Farm Antique Show caters to the collector, the treasure hunter, the interior designer, and shoppers alike with over 350 talented antique dealers selling world-class, quality antiques and vintage items. Established over 20 years ago, the show is based in 12 historic buildings and nine tents, which house vendors selling a wide variety of antiques ranging from fine art and architectural antiques, furnishings, and décor, mid-century modern objects, jewelry, silver, paintings, and prints.

Round Top, TX 78954, Phone: 800-947-5799

Springfield Antique Show & Flea Market

The Springfield Antique Show & Flea Market has been drawing collectors and dealers in search of treasures and bargains for over 25 years. Recognized as one of America's Best Markets, the busy market is held on a county fairground on South Charleston Pike and has earned a reputation as the heartland’s go-to source for arts, crafts, and folksy items. The market is also renowned for selling handmade jewelry, body care products, gourmet treats, glass art, home décor, furnishings, and beautiful antiques and collectibles. The Springfield Antique Show & Flea Market can feature up to 2,500 sellers during Springfield Extravaganza weekends and is a favorite of treasure hunters.

4401 S Charleston Pike, Springfield, OH 45502, Phone: 937-325-0053

Shipshewana Auction & Flea Market

The Shipshewana Auction & Flea Market is set on 40 acres of land in Shipshewana, Indiana and home to more than 900 open-air booths selling a variety of goods, ranging from antiques, home décor, vintage collectibles, and furniture to clothing, fresh produce, arts and crafts, and work tools. Hailed as being the Midwest's largest flea market, the Shipshewana Auction & Flea Market also hosts auctions for antiques, furniture, horses, and livestock in the Miscellaneous & Antique Building every Wednesday. The Shipshewana Auction & Flea Market is open May through September.

345 S Van Buren St, Shipshewana, IN 46565, Phone: 260-768-4129

Texas Antique Weekend

Spanning 30 acres along Highway 237 between Austin and Houston in Fayette County, the Texas Antique Weekend is a twice-yearly chain of shows that showcase a variety of antiques and collectibles, including Victorian items, mid-century holiday decorations, Majolica ceramic, ranch oak furniture, and more. Held in April and October of every year, the show attracts thousands of vendors from all over the country who come to sell their wares, attracting treasure hunters, bargain seekers, and antique collectors alike. The massive market is spread over a large area in various towns and regions, including Burton, Carmine, Oldenburg, Fayetteville, and Shelby.

4036 Texas 237, Round Top, Texas 78954, Phone: 518-977-5779

127 Corridor Sale

The 127 Corridor Sale is a coordinated yard sale held by all the town U.S. Route 127 in August. Also known as 127 Yard Sale, the iconic event stretches for 690 miles along the scenic rural Highway 127 on a North-South axis from Addison, Michigan to Gadsden, Alabama, and is known as the world’s longest yard sale. This bargain-hunters paradise features seasoned dealers set up in formal tents and adhoc sellers setting up tables along the roadside selling all sorts of goods from vintage Americana collectibles to old toys. The sale takes place from the first Thursday every August and runs for four days, through Sunday.

Headquarters: 114 Central Avenue West Jamestown, Tennessee 38556, Phone: 931-879-9948 or 800-327-3945

Golden Nugget Antique Flea Market

Established in 1967, the Golden Nugget Antique Market is an indoor/outdoor market specializing in art, antiques, collectibles, and vintage items. Considered as the premier market on the East Coast for one-of-a-kind vintage and hip retro items, New Jersey’s top flea market sells a wide range of goods ranging from ceramics, art deco, Victorian collectibles, and paintings to furniture and home décor, vinyl albums, garden items, and pottery. In addition to the market’s permanent dealers, friendly sellers visit each week to sell a variety of their wares, creating vibrant and welcoming energy.

1850 State highway 29, Lambertville, NJ, Phone: 609-397-0811

Renninger’s Mount Dora Flea Market and Antique Center

The Renninger’s Mount Dora Flea Market and Renninger’s Antique Center are twin markets that are held on 117 acres of rolling land in the heart of Lake County, Florida, every weekend. Over 1000 merchants sell their wares at two separate markets, one of which sells an array of antiques, and the other everything from fresh produce, seafood, herbs and spices to artworks, leather goods, luggage, and jewelry. Renninger’s Twin Markets also hosts several events throughout the year, including the Antique Extravaganza, the Vintage Garden Show, the Fall in the Field Decor Show, and the Christmas Show, as well as fun-filled events like the Mud Fest Family Mud Truck Race and the Guitars and Cars music festival.

20651 U.S. 441, Mt Dora, FL 32757, Phone: 352-383-8393

Brimfield Antique Show

The Brimfield Antique Flea Markets is a world-renowned flea market that runs three times a year in May, July and September and attracts more than 50,000 bargain hunters from all over the country to hunt for treasures. Established over 50 years ago, the Brimfield Antique Flea Markets feature 21 independent shows and thousands of antiques and collectibles dealers that offer a wealth of antiques, collectibles, and bric-a-brac. The seasonal market boasts outdoor stalls and tents manned by vendors selling all sorts of items from vintage furniture and home décor to arts and crafts, retro objects, antique jewelry, and more.

Brimfield, MA, Phone: 413-347-9099

Lincoln Road Antique & Collectible Market

The Lincoln Road Antique & Collectable Market is a famous flea market held every other Sunday on Lincoln Road in Miami Beach, Florida. The market features over 100 vendors selling a wide variety of goods and items, including antiques, vintage clothing, china, home décor and furniture, jewelry, along with a range of high-quality items and collectibles. The market is also home to a few artisans, including a woman who creates delicate dresses from crochet and vintage lace and a man selling renowned magazine clippings.

Lincoln road mall, Miami Beach, Florida 33139, Phone: 305-673-4991

Brooklyn Flea (DUMBO)

Called the “one of the great urban experiences in New York” by the New York Times, the Brooklyn Flea has grown into one of New York City’s top attractions and should not be missed! Fondly known as the ‘mother of all markets,’ the outdoor market starts on the first weekend in April and continues through to November and can be found in Fort Greene on Saturdays and Williamsburg on Sundays. Featuring hundreds of vendors, you will find everything and anything here piled on folding tables, from vintage furniture and clothing to a handpicked selection of handmade jewelry, arts, and crafts by local designers, as well as an array of beautiful antiques and collectibles. The market is also home to ‘Smorgasburg,’ a vast all-food market that takes place in Williamsburg on Saturdays and Brooklyn Bridge Park on Sundays. Gourmands and foodies will delight in the delicious choices of artisanal cuisine on offer. During the colder months between November and March, the market moves indoors and continues trade undercover, while every summer, four Flea/Smorgasburg food vendors showcase their wares at the Central Park Summer Stage outdoor concert series.

80 Pearl St, Brooklyn, NY 11201, Phone: 718-928-6603

The Farm Chicks Vintage & Handmade Fair

The Farm Chicks Vintage & Handmade Fair is based at the Spokane County Fairgrounds and features hundreds of creatively curated spaces filled with vintage and handmade goods. Founded in 2002 by a stay-at-home mom, Serena Thompson, the Farm Chicks Fair spans 90,000 square feet and houses vendors selling antiques, vintage items, and handmade goods. There are food and drink stalls at the fair for hungry shoppers and ample free parking. The Farm Chicks Vintage & Handmade Fair is held the first full weekend in June each year.

Spokane County Fair and Expo Center, 404 N. Havana Street, Spokane Valley, Washington

Kane County Flea Market

The Kane County Flea Market is based on the fairgrounds of the quaint township of Kane County, Illinois, and features over 1,000 booths selling all kinds of goodies from antiques to vintage clothing. Established by Helen Robinson over 45 years ago, the market also specializes in selling unique items such as antique furniture pieces and heritage valuables, including Scandinavian apothecary tables and 1950s dinettes. Visitors can find a wealth of knick-knacks and trinkets such as books, artwork, accessories, and jewelry, and several food stalls sell fast food such as burgers, hotdogs, and pizza. The Kane County Flea Market is open on Saturdays and Sundays from March to December in all weather.

525 Randall Rd, St. Charles, IL 60174, Phone: 630-377-2252

Elkhorn Antique Flea Market

Based at the Walworth County Fairground in Elkhorn, Wisconsin, the Elkhorn Antique Flea Market is a bustling market fair that takes place four times a year. Founded in 1982 as a small market of just 50 vendors, the market has grown into a vibrant, colorful fair with over 500 vendors selling a wide selection of merchandise, ranging from antique chandeliers and beautifully refurbished furniture to design décor, vintage linens, pottery and glassware, and old farming equipment. The Elkhorn Antique Flea Market features both indoor and outdoor booths offering all-weather shopping, ample free parking, and a selection of food trucks selling an array of food and drinks.

411 E Court St, Elkhorn, WI 53121, Phone: 262-723-3228, Phone: 414-525-0820

First Friday Festival Weekends at West Bottoms

The First Friday Festival Weekends at West Bottoms is the largest vintage and antique market in the U.S., extending the already popular First Friday events in the Crossroads Arts District through the end of the weekend featuring antique and vintage dealers, food trucks, and special happenings. Situated west of Downtown Kansas City, the West Bottoms was once home to the Kansas City Livestock Exchange and Kansas City Stockyards and now houses the vast market. Bargain hunters will delight in searching for antiques and vintage items, one-of-a-kind knick-knacks, and trinkets in this once-a-month market mecca for shoppers. The First Friday Festival Weekends at West Bottoms display their goods over the entire weekend, along with several food trucks and live music.

West Bottoms, Downtown Kansas City

The Market Beautiful

Owned by friends, Jana and Vanessa, the Market Beautiful is a charming vintage market in Montana, Colorado, Mississippi, and Utah and features over 150 of the best vintage and handmade artisanal items and objects. Born from a love of all things vintage, the market features hundreds of vendors selling an array of antiques, collectibles, one-of-a-kind items and objects, knick-knacks, trinkets, and other vintage items, along with live demonstrations, workshops, food trucks, children’s activities, and live music.

412 6th Ave E, Kalispell, MT 59901