Who doesn't love a good flea market? A huge place you can wander and practically get lost in for hours, full of antiques, deals, and potentially magical finds — it doesn't get much better than that. Whether you're looking for the best flea market near where you live, or you have grand plans to travel across the country and shop beyond your state, these are the most popular flea markets in every state, based on data from Yelp and Facebook reviews. They're worth the road trip. Trust.
In Birmingham, Alabama, is a popular flea market known for having an eclectic mix of items — especially all things shabby chic. With close to 300 vendors, this is a big one you don't want to miss.
Next time you're in Anchorage, Alaska, make sure you head to . You'll find everything from antiques and collectibles to tools — and even boats and motor homes, if you're in the market for one.
in Tucson, Arizona is a can't-miss flea market, especially if you're in the market for custom furniture, unique art, and rustic home furnishings.
Every fourth Sunday in Woodland Hills, California, you can head to the and experience more than 180 artisans and vintage and antiques vendors, plus food trucks and live music.
If you find yourself in Lafayette, Colorado any time soon, head to — several Yelp reviewers describe it as huge and easy to get lost in, in the best kind of way.
If a flea market were set in the Gilmore Girls' Stars Hollow, it might look like this. Gung ho buyers hit the at 4:45 a.m. Sundays from late March to mid-December.
in Dover, Delaware is an indoor and outdoor flea market, farmer's market, and auction that's also known for its cuisine options — with a deli, a bakery, and Amish foods all available.
in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, is a family-owned flea market with more than 100 vendors selling everything from furniture to vintage handbags.
Head to in Madison, Georgia for a huge selection of items from antiques to clothing — not to mention, music from a bluegrass pickup band (that you can join in and play with) on Saturday mornings.
In Aiea, Hawaii, you'll find the , which features Hawaiian snacks and items (including handmade goods) from more than 400 local merchants.
in Post Falls, Idaho is home to a huge selection of goods, from antiques to jewelry and accessories and, as they describe it on their Facebook page, "you name it!"
Antiques lovers will find themselves content in Elizabeth, Illinois-based . With more than 28,000 square feet of antiques and collectibles, you're sure to explore happily for hours.
Set next to the shimmering Ohio River, the motto here is “good vibes only,” which shows in the , kindly staff, and food trucks waiting to fuel your spree. Three times a year.
In New Orleans, Louisiana, the should be your go-to flea market (and farmer's market!) stop — it features merchants from all over the world, fresh produce and flowers, and a selection of restaurants and cafes.
in Mechanic Falls, Maine has a little something for everyone, with more than 250 vendors and artisans and three floors worth of antiques and collectibles to peruse.
New Yorkers and New Englanders alike make a beeline to this , held since 1959, with 6,000-plus dealers. May 14–19, July 9–14, Sept. 3–8, .
On the first weekend of every month, the warehouses of district open their doors. Live music adds to the fun. Monthly.
In Gallatin Gateway, Montana, you'll find The Antique Barn, an antique store that hosts an annual vintage market called Junk Fest, with more than 60 vendors (and growing) to shop from.
In Hollis, New Hampshire, you'll find the , a family-owned flea market with around 400 vendors — not to mention, with beer and wine available if you're craving a cold refreshment.
Columbus, New Jersey's is home to indoor shops, an outdoor flea market, flowers, produce, and an indoor Amish market, with plenty of antiques available.
On the second Saturday of every month in Cincinnati, Ohio, you can spend the day exploring , also known as the O.F.F., where you'll find tons of vendors along with spots for brunch and booze.
If you find yourself in downtown Oklahoma City, stop by — there, you'll find food trucks, live music, and plenty of vintage and handmade items.
The in Waldport, Oregon is a popular spot for collectibles, antiques, art glass, and a wide selection of vintage clothing you won't want to miss.
If you're near downtown Providence, Rhode Island, definitely check out on Sundays. You'll find plenty of vintage goods, crafts from artisans and makers, and more.
In Tennessee, the is the must-see market. It's gigantic, featuring anywhere from 800 to 1,200 vendors and dealers, and is considered one of the top ten flea markets in the country.
In Wilmington, Vermont, you'll find the , which stretches across 10 acres and featured vendors selling everything from art glass to antiques, plus flowers, produce, furniture, and more.
On Sundays in Seattle, Washington, you can hit up the family-owned , which features up to 200 vendors selling a little bit of everything — perfect for all you treasure hunters out there.
in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, home to tons of different booths selling high-quality items, according to Yelp reviewers.
And in Laramie, Wyoming, you'll find . Bart's is Wyoming's largest year-round indoor flea market, with everything from antiques and furniture to cute little knickknacks up for grabs.