Flea markets have made a come back in recent years, rearing their lightly used heads all across the country. If you’re looking for anything from an old paddleboard to a vintage lamp, a flea market is the EXACT place you’re going to want to go. Tennessee has its own share of the pie in these twelve MUST visit spots that’ll decorate your life in a jiffy. Let’s hunt for something good, shall we?
10) Centre Brick Indoor Flea Market - New Tazewell
This main street stop is stuffed full of neat treasures, furniture that's DYING for you to fix it up and every gadget you've ever heard of - you just have to see it to believe it.
9) Green Acres Flea Market - Louisville
It's an experience to go, and you can haggle over the price of your newfound gems. There's also a great opportunity for authentic Mexican food!
8) Crossville Flea Market - Crossville
As the largest weekly flea market in the state, you don't want to miss the overwhelming amount of options in Crossville.
7) East Ridge Flea Market - Chattanooga
East Ridge has a weekend flea market, and it's absolute gold. Sunday is earring Sunday, so make sure you don't miss it!
6) Nashville Flea Market - Nashville
The Nashville Flea Market only takes place on the last weekend of every month, so get in and get EVERYTHING you need. We doubt you'll be able to wander the entirety of it, though - it's huge.
5) Great Smokies Flea Market - Kodak
Indoor and on the inside when it comes to a good deal. Again, only open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 8-5. It's the perfect weekend excursion.
4) Cleveland Street Flea Market - Memphis
This flea market and antique store is based in Memphis, and their fantastic weekend hours will keep you coming back again and again.
3) Memphis International Flea Market - Memphis
With more than 400 vendors and scads of parking, the variety at the Memphis flea is to die for.
2) Sweetwater Flea Market - Sweetwater
There are over 800 vendor booths here in Sweetwater - WHAT EVEN. We've heard from the locals that it has absolutely everything. Any and all things. All of it.
1) Porter Flea - Nashville
More of an art flea than an antique market, this twice-a-year opportunity highlights Nashville's budding art scene and scores you some awesome deals on handmade goods.
Have you been to any of these flea markets? Which one do you think is the best bang for your buck? Let us know below!