Flea markets will never go out of fashion, they are just too much fun. Tampa has its share of indoor and outdoor, small and big markets selling everything and anything under the sky, and most of them have been around for a long time. One, Fun Lan, is even combined with a drive-in movie theater. All Tampa flea markets sell not only things such as clothes, jewelry, furniture, and the like, but also prepared food, fresh produce, books, and various services such as repairs, ear-piercing, and all sorts of games. They are great fun for the whole family and an exciting way to spend half a day on a weekend.
We recommend that you call the attractions and restaurants ahead of your visit to confirm current opening times.
1.Tampa, Florida Flea Markets: Oldsmar Flea Market
© Oldsmar Flea Market
The Oldsmar Flea Market is a combination of carnival, circus, and shopping bazaar, loud, exciting, and colorful. One of the original Florida flea markets, Oldsmar has been around since the mid-80s and you never know from one weekend to the next what you are going to find. With 1,200 stores and booths spread across 25,000 square feet, there is something for everyone: Sports equipment, fishing lures, sunglasses, guitar accessories, clothes, original antiques, golf clubs for lefties…if you can imagine it, you will probably find it. There is live music most weekends, the market is open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, and there is a lot of yummy food such as elephant ears and corn dogs. Check out the Muddy Potter Art and Clay Studio, where you can make your own coffee cup.
180 Race Track Road North, Oldsmar, FL 34677-3211, Phone: 813-855-5306
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2.Picker Place Market
Find all things vintage and unique at Picker Place Market. Located in Tampa’s historic district, the 10,600-square-foot market is filled with industrial, salvaged, repurposed, and vintage items. Find a variety of goods from large antiques like chandeliers and cabinets to vintage trinkets such as jewelry boxes and candle holders. Customers won’t need to worry about outrageous mark-ups either, thanks to the market’s friendly and unflashy vendors. The market is mostly held indoors, but also extends to the outside during cooler seasons. If you love vintage finds and items rich in history, be sure to stop by.
1402 E 2nd Avenue, Tampa, FL 33605
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