You can find hidden
treasures at flea markets.
We outline the 8 biggest and best flea markets in America.
Rose Bowl Flea Market in Pasadena
The market occurs the second Sunday of each month and includes:
Brimfield in Massachusetts
Held 3 times a year, each lasting a week.
It is a series of smaller markets with over 5,000 vendors.
127 Corridor Sale in Tennessee
The world's longest yard sale spans 690 miles, running from Michigan to Alabama.
It is held for four days in August.
Mile High Flea Market in Denver
The market has over 3,000 vendors, a Ferris wheel, and a play area for kids.
Texas Antique Weekend
Over 1,000 vendors attend the event.
The wide variety of items is what makes this market special.
They also hold antique seminars and workshops.
Brooklyn Flea in Brooklyn, New York
Local artisans and international traders offer unique vintage and handmade items.
As a bonus, they have a Smorgasbord food market.
Scott Antique Market in Atlanta, Georgia
The market is held twice a month and has over 3,500 vendors.
You can attend classes to learn more about antiques and collectibles.
Lincoln Road Antique & Collectible Market in Miami, Florida
The market is held every Sunday and includes live music and food trucks.
You can find items like vintage neon signs and Cuban cigar boxes.
Plan your treasure hunting expedition!