From strolling around stalls and looking for antiques and collectibles to haggling with vendors over that “special” item, Indiana has a variety of family-friendly flea markets with something for everyone. Here is a list of flea markets around the state that sell everything from clothing to collectibles. Scroll to see the full list with photos or jump to the table of contents.


Collector's Carnival Shows

Collector's Carnival Shows

The Collector’s Carnival Shows hosts two-day shows, four times a year, where a plethora of items are sold, ranging from antiques, vintage collectibles, repurposed items, and coins to pottery, primitives, furniture, home decor, and more. The shows are held on Saturdays on the Vanderburgh Co. Fairgrounds in four buildings and several outdoor spaces, which are ideally designed for multi-level marketing and direct sales of all kinds of merchandise. From old bric-a-brac to hidden treasures and one of a kind finds, the Collector’s Carnival Shows attract a wealth of visitors from around the state to explore the stalls.

Evansville, IN, Phone: 812-471-9419


Flea Markets in Indiana: Emporium 31

Flea Markets in Indiana: Emporium 31

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One of five flea markets, the Emporiums are well-established community markets with beautifully decorated booths that sell a variety of antiques, vintage collectibles, arts and crafts, and other hidden treasures. Other Emporium markets include Beech Grove, Emporium 40, Emporium 1101, and Muncie Emporium, all of which have numerous stalls and vendor set-ups, along with food and beverage concessions.

11 Declaration Drive, Greenwood, IN 46143, Phone: 317-865-1865


Friendship Flea Market

Friendship Flea Market

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The Friendship Flea Market is a nine-day event held in June every year in the town of Friendship, Indiana. Hailed as being one of Indiana's unique flea markets and antique shows, this annual event has been welcoming visitors and vendors since 1968 and showcases a variety of products ranging from antiques, furniture, and home decor, to jewelry, clothing, tools, toys, and handicrafts and gifts. The market has over 500 vendor stalls and also houses food and beverage food concessions as well as live country music on the weekends, free parking, and camping sites for tents. Ripley County offers a wealth of outdoor activities to enjoy, including hiking, mountain biking, swimming, horseback riding, and boating in Versailles State Park, along with live music festivals and other events.

6491 IN-62, Versailles, IN 47042, Phone: 812-667-5645


Irvington Flea Market

Irvington Flea Market

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Located in Low Bob’s Tobacco E Washington, Irvington Flea Market has been a staple of the historic northeast side of Indianapolis for the past 24 years. Set within one of the city’s most diverse and historic regions, the market is a real flea market with numerous vendors selling second-hand, vintage, and antique collectibles, handcrafted and homemade items, gifts, objects, and other treasures. The Irvington Flea Market also features several food and beverage concession stands that sell delicious homemade fare for breakfast, lunch, and snacks throughout the day.

6301 E Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46219, Phone: 317-375-1885


Me & My Sisters Flea Market

Me & My Sisters Flea Market

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Me & My Sisters Flea Market is a family-friendly flea market in Shelbyville that features over 7,000 square feet of space that houses more than 75 vendors selling a variety of antiques, vintage collectibles, repurposed furniture, handmade clothing, home decor and lighting, and arts and crafts. The Me & My Sisters Flea Market also has a separate building with second-hand furniture as well as a wide range of Bass Farms Indiana Goat Milk Soap Skin Care Products. Me & My Sisters Flea Market is located less than half a mile from Southwest of I-74 on E State Road 44.

1612 IN-44, Shelbyville, IN 46176, Phone: 317-825-0175


Mick's Flea Market

Mick's Flea Market

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Mick’s Flea Market is a community flea market that sells a variety of antiques and collectibles, furniture, and everyday items, both new and used. The market is located on E Main Street in Gas City and features numerous vendors selling an array of goods, homemade food, and beverages, repurposed furniture, home decor and lighting, handmade clothing, and arts and crafts.

212 E Main St, Gas City, IN 46933, Phone: 765-677-0281


Nostalgia on 9

Nostalgia on 9

The Nostalgia on 9 Flea Market is housed in the 12,000-square-foot old Shelby Township School, a historic building that was built in 1928 and officially opened in 1929. Perfectly designed for housing vendor stalls and boasting a vibrant flea market atmosphere, the building is named for its location on State Road 9 and is nestled between rolling cornfields and country roads on 3 acres of Hoosier countryside. The family-friendly market provides space for a wealth of vendors selling a range of antiques, vintage collectibles, repurposed furniture, handmade clothing, home decor and lighting, and arts and crafts.

1018 E 500 S, Shelbyville, IN 46176, Phone: 317-392-7701


Shipshewana Auction & Flea Market

Shipshewana Auction & Flea Market

Shipshewana Auction & Flea Market is set on 40 acres of land in Shipshewana, Indiana, and is home to more than 900 open-air booths selling a variety of goods, ranging from antiques, home decor, vintage collectibles, and furniture to clothing, fresh produce, arts and crafts, and work tools. Hailed as being the Midwest's largest flea market, 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


Trader Buck’s Flea Markets

Trader Buck’s Flea Markets

Boasting six flea markets around the state, Trader Buck’s Flea Markets is a family-owned and operated business that provides easy and convenient shopping for new and second-hand goods, 7 days a week. Trader Buck’s Flea Markets offers space for vendors to rent in huge warehouse spaces in Danville, Crawfordsville, Lafayette, Frankfort, Indianapolis, and Terre Haute as well as the opportunity to sell their wares, which can range from antiques, home decor, and vintage collectibles to furniture, clothing, fresh produce, arts and crafts, and work tools. The different markets are open at various times during the week, throughout the year.

190 Old Farm Road, Danville, IN 46122, (Old Farm Shopping Center, behind PNC bank)


Uncle John's Flea Market

Uncle John's Flea Market

Situated in Indiana’s Lake County, Uncle John’s Flea Market is a traditional-style flea market with numerous vendors selling a variety of goods and wares, including fresh fruit and vegetables, dairy products and homemade goodies, antiques, vintage collectibles, and clothing. Spread across several large barns on Wicker Avenue in Cedar Lake, Uncle John’s Flea Market is open every Saturday and Sunday, year round, the market sells fresh local produce from surrounding farms and artisan producers as well as a wealth of other products, including unique items and rare collector pieces, which are sold in the “Top of the Hill” barn.

15205 Wicker Avenue, Cedar Lake, IN 46303, Phone: 219-696-7911


Vendor City Antiques, Flea Market & Consignment

Vendor City Antiques, Flea Market & Consignment

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Located in Kokomo Plaza on Reed Road, Vendor City Antiques, Flea Market & Consignment offers over 58,000 square feet that house over 200 booths with vendors selling a wide variety of goods and items, from antiques, vintage collectibles, clothing, and household items to new and second-hand items, furniture, home décor, and more. There is ample free and secure parking at the flea market for visitors. More romantic weekend getaways in Indiana

537 S Reed Rd, Kokomo, IN 46901, Phone: 765-450-7374

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White's Farm Flea Market

White's Farm Flea Market

White’s Farm Flea Market is located on Holland Road in Brookville and offers an array of bargains and treasures for both buyers and sellers. White’s Farm Flea Market is situated next to Little Cedar Baptist Church, the oldest church in Indiana. The market features both indoor and outdoor booths that sell an array of items including antiques and collectibles, arts and crafts, handmade clothing, merchandise, and fresh produce. There are several food and beverage concessions as well as ample free parking, and live music can be enjoyed on the Lonesome Longhorn Stage on Twilight Tuesdays.

6028 Holland Rd, Brookville, IN 47012, Phone: 765-647-1922


Chesterfield Flea Market

Chesterfield Flea Market

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There’s something unexplainably exciting about heading to open-air flea markets. Whether it’s the hustle and bustle of thrifty shoppers or the spirited haggling of buyers with sellers, it’s a great experience. When in Indiana and on the hunt for bargain finds, the Chesterfield Flea Market is definitely one of the best places to visit. As one of the most rapidly expanding and largest flea markets in the country, Chesterfield Flea Market is a paradise for eclectic finds, secondhand goods, vintage clothing, one-of-a-kind crafts, and unique jewelry alike! As many flea market enthusiasts love to say, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure, so come on down to find your own treasure at Chesterfield.

448 Main Street, Anderson, Indiana 46017, Phone: 765-643-0144


Indiana not only boasts beautiful landscapes of rolling farmlands, dense forests, tranquil lakes, and quaint little towns – the state is also home to an array of flea markets that attract bargain hunters and shopaholics looking for hidden treasures.

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