Must-See Vintage Flea Markets

It’s flea market season again at last! Use our list of the can’t-miss vintage markets to plan your travel and shopping calendar.

Check out individual websites for more information on dates and hours, admission prices, parking, and directions before planning your trip.



Maine Antiques Festival

Annually in August
100+ vendors
1 Fairgrounds Lane, Union, ME

Brimfield Antiques and Collectibles Shows

Three times a year in May, July, and September
5,000 vendors
Held along a one-mile stretch of Route 20 in Brimfield, MA

FYI: John Loecke and Jason Oliver Nixon, the brilliant duo behind Madcap Cottage, swear by this market. It’s “one-stop shopping for anything and everything vintage and antique. When the Madcaps need inspiration for a new bedding line or fabric they head to this triannual market in Massachusetts.”


The Vintage Bazaar

Twice a year in June and September
140+ vendors
Pettengill Farm, 45 Ferry Road, Salisbury, MA

The General Stanton Inn Flea Market

Open Saturdays & Sundays, April-October
75-100+ vendors
4115 Old Post Rd, Charlestown, RI
(401) 364-8888

The Stormville Airport Antiques Show & Flea Market

Monthly April to November, except August
600+ vendors
428 Route 216, Stormville, NY

Madison Bouckville Antique Week

Annually in August
2000+ vendors
Show fields around State Route 20

Brooklyn Flea

Brooklyn Flea

Every Saturday, April through November
150 vendors
Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School yard, 176 Lafayette Ave, Brooklyn, NY

Clover Market

Winter, spring, and fall shows
100+ vendors
Ardmore, PA

Antique Extravaganza

Held three times a year in April, June and, September
550-600 vendors
Along 7 miles of Route 272, Adamstown, PA

Tip: Double up with a trip to the simultaneous extravaganza in Kutztown, PA, 28 miles away.

The Antique and Collector’s Extravaganza

Held three times a year in April, June and, September
400+ vendors
740 Noble Street, Kutztown, PA

Visit the antique and farmer’s markets, also on premises which are open year round.

Lucketts Store


Lucketts Vintage Flea

Outdoor markets held every first weekend April through November
Spring market each May: 170+ vendors
42350 Lucketts Rd. Leesburg, VA

FYI: This sale is a favorite of Marian Parsons, aka Miss Mustard Seed, who knows a thing or two about vintage markets!

The Big Flea in Fredericksburg

Annually in October
300+ vendors
Fredericksburg Expo Center, Fredericksburg, VA

FYI: The Big Flea also operates a March event in Chantilly, VA (DC-Dulles) and has a new venue in NYC (Pier 90) coming in the fall.

Raleigh Flea Market

Held every Saturday and Sunday except during the annual state fair in October
600+ vendorsNorth Carolina State Fairgrounds, 1025 Blue Ridge Road, Raleigh, NC

Metrolina Spring Spectacular

The largest of the Metrolina Antique & Vintage Market monthly shows
3,000+ vendors
7100 Statesville Rd, Charlotte, NC

FYI: This show is a personal favorite of designer and styling genius Eddie Ross. He’s leading a fun and inspiring guided trip that includes a book! Tickets are $75.

Lakewood 400 Antiques Market

3rd weekend of every month, except December
500 vendors
1321 Atlanta Highway . Cumming, GA



Renninger’s Antique Center and Farmer’s Flea Market

Held weekly
700-800 vendors
20651 U.S. Highway 441, Mount Dora, FL

West Palm Beach Antiques Festival

Monthly November to June
200+ vendors
South Florida Fairgrounds, West Palm Beach FL

Lincoln Road Antique & Collectible Market

Alternate Sundays throughout the year
125 vendors
Located on the Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach, FL

127 sale

127 Corridor Sale

Officially starts on the first Thursday in August through the following Sunday
1000s of vendors
Billed as the World’s Longest Yard Sale, it runs for 690 miles along Route 127 from 5 miles north of Addison, MI to Gadsden, AL


Springfield Antique Show & Flea Market

Twice a year in May and September
2,500 vendors
4401 S Charleston Pike, Springfield, OH


Springfield Antique Show

The Shipshewana Auction & Flea Market

Every Tuesday and Wednesday from May to October
900 vendors
325 S Van Buren St, Shipshewana, IN

Randolph Street Market Festival

Monthly, May-September
250+ vendors, indoor and outdoor
Monthly, October-April
75-90 vendors, indoor
Randolph Street neighborhood, West Loop, Chicago, IL


Grace Willis

Kane County Flea Market

The first Sunday and preceding Saturday of every month
1000+ vendors
Kane County Fairgrounds, St. Charles, IL

Three French Hens

Held the 2nd Saturday, May through October
130+ vendors
Canal Port, 123 W. Illinois Avenue, Morris, IL

Oronoco Gold Rush Antique & Market Show

Annually in August
300 vendors
Downtown Oronoco, MN

Junk Bonanza

Two shows annually in Spring and Fall
140 vendors
1100 Canterbury Rd S, Shakopee, MN

What Cheer’s Collectors’ Paradise Flea Market

Three times a year in May, July, and September
400+ vendors
County Fairgrounds, What Cheer, IA



Walnut Antique Show

Annually on Father’s Day weekend
300+ dealers
Downtown Walnut, IA

FYI: Vintage Chic’s Carla Sayklay gives this show the thumbs up: “It’s a fun show and doable in a day. Get there first thing on Friday morning for the best selection.”

Antique Festival of the Ozarks

Annually in October
75-100 vendors
Ozark Empire Fairgrounds, 3001 N. Grant, Springfield, MO

Junk Jaunt

Annually in September
500+ vendors
300-mile loop through the Sand Hills Scenic Byway of Central Nebraska

Sparks Antiques and Collectibles Flea Market

Two shows annually in Spring and Fall
450+ vendors
North K-7 Highway and 240th Road, Sparks, KS



Marburger Farms

Twice a year in March/April and September/October
350+ vendors
Located halfway between Round Top and Warrenton, Texas, on Highway 237

FYI: Styling genius Eddie Ross calls Marburger “a decorator go-to with a cool mix of European and American antiques.” And he’s doing a book signing on opening day!


The Texas Antique Weekend

Twice a year in March/April and September/October
Thousands of vendors along a 25-mile stretch of Hwy 237
Round Top and Warrenton, Texas


Mile High Flea Market


Mile High Flea Market

Every weekend, Friday-Sunday
3,000+ vendors
Located at I-76 & 88th Avenue, Denver, CO

Thieves Market Vintage Flea

Monthly October to April
100+ vendors
1500 N. McClintock Dr/Hayden Tempe, AZ

Farm Chicks Antique Show

First full weekend in June
300 vendors
Spokane County Fairgrounds, Spokane, WA


Fremont Market

Fremont Sunday Street Market

Every Sunday except as noted on website
200+ vendors
3401 Evanston Ave N, Seattle, WA

Portland Expo Antique and Collectible Show

Three times a year in March, July, and October
1,100 vendors
Portland Expo Center, Portland, OR

Plucky Maidens Junk Fest

Three times a year
60 vendors
796 W 13th Ave, Eugene, OR


RGC Shows

Rose Bowl Flea Market

2nd Sunday of every month
2,500+ vendors
1001 Rose Bowl Dr, Pasadena, CA

Santa Monica Airport Outdoor Antique & Collectible Market

1st & 4th Sunday of Every Month
100+ vendors
Santa Monica Airport, Santa Monica, CA

Ventura Flea Market

Five times a year in February, April, June, September, and November
500+ vendors
Ventura County Fair Grounds, Ventura, CA


Christina Frary and Robert Bell

Palm Springs Vintage Market

Monthly on the first Sunday
100+ Vendors
2300 E Baristo Road, Palm Springs, CA

Remnants of the Past

Twice a year in April and September
75 vendors
The Alameda County Fairgrounds, Pleasanton, CA


Three Speckled Hens

Three Speckled Hens

Twice a year in May and October
65 vendors
Paso Robles Event Center, Paso Robles, CA

Alameda Point Antiques Faire

First Sunday of each month
800+ dealers
Alameda Point Naval base, Alameda, CA

FYI: San Francisco-based interior designer Grant K Gibson gives the thumbs up to this nearby flea market. See his blog post on how he shops these events.




And, just in case you’re headed abroad this season, don’t miss these designer favorites:

Portobello Road

Every Saturday
1,000+ vendors
Portobello Road, Notting Hill, London, UK

FYI: Madcap Cottage’s John Loecke and Jason Oliver Nixon offer this advice: “One of the Madcaps’ favorite haunts for prints and other odd English eccentricities. Go early to avoid the tourists and be sure to wander off the main street into the arcades.”


Huffington Post

Marché aux Puces de St-Ouen

Every weekend
3,000+ vendors
Avenue de la Porte de Clignancourt, 18th arr, Paris

FYI: Tastemaker and best-selling author/designer Elaine Griffin gives us her take on this must-see market: “The Mack Daddy of flea markets is unquestionably the Puces de Clignancourt just outside Paris! It has a gazillion design options at every style, every period and every price point—more than worth the plane ticket over when you’re furnishing a house or looking for a jawdropper that just makes a room. J’adore!”

Grant K Gibson agrees: “I spend hours each trip exploring the stalls of the Paris flea market…Bring measurements of your interiors and a tape measure. There are shippers to help you get your treasures home; I suggest Hedley’s.”


Porte du Vanves Flea Market

Every weekend
Generally thought more manageable (size-wise) and bargain-friendly than the legendary Marché aux Puces
Avenue Marc Sangnier and avenue Georges-Lafenestre , 14th arr, Paris

Did we miss any of your favorites venues? Please let us know in the comments. In our next post, we’ll be sharing some of our top flea market finds and tips for making the most of your visit. Wishing you happy trails!


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  1. What a fabulous resource! Thank you SO MUCH for including me!


    • You are very welcome, Eddie! We appreciated your input. Thanks to Jaithan, too! Have a wonderful time on your flea market jaunts!

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