It does not have to be summer in order to enjoy a good sale. These six winter flea markets prove that the bargains are available year around. Whether you love antiques, collectibles, or just everyday treasures, these shops are for you.
Find everything from furniture to jewelry to toys in these stores. Scroll on to learn more.
1. Uncle John's Flea Market
Open weekends only throughout the year, this large market has both indoor and outdoor vendors, totaling 200. This expansive sale has been going on since 1978 and is known as a place where you can find just about anything. Candles, video games, phone cases, movie posters, clocks, jackets, jewelry, and everything in between abound at this store, which you'll find at 15205 Wicker Ave., Cedar Lake, IN 46303.
2. Me & My Sisters Flea Market
This 7,000 square-foot store is open weekends only and is known for its antiques, collectibles, lighting, furniture, candles, home decor, goats milk skin care products, and so much more. It is truly a delight to visit this charming flea market. Check it out at 1612 IN-44, Shelbyville, IN 46176.
3. Elmwood Antique Mall and Indoor Flea Market
When it comes to winter flea markets, this one might be the biggest. Spanning 80,000 square feet, this place offers a very unique shopping experience. You'll find a wealth of unique items like props, antique furniture, old office furnishings, and much more. Inventory is always changing, so you never know what you may discover at 10900 IN-37, Elwood, IN 46036.
4. Treasures Indoor Flea Market & Consignment
Open daily, this shop lays claim to 40,000 square feet of antiques, tools, collectibles, and furniture. You could get lost for hours hunting around this store, and they'll even sell your stuff for you. Check it out for yourself at 13615 E Allison Rd., Camby, IN 46113.
5. Emporium Flea Markets
With five locations in Indiana, this chain of flea markets offers non-stop shopping. Each has about 200 booths and offers consignments. They are open daily and sell typical wares like furniture, clothing, instruments, signs, toys, jewelry, and so much more. Find locations in Greenwood, Beech Grove, Indianapolis, Anderson, and Muncie.
6. Trader Bucks Flea Markets
Yet another fabulous chain of stores, this one has six locations in the Hoosier State. Find winter flea markets in Crawfordsville, Danville, Indianapolis, Terre Haute, Lafayette, and Frankfort. Each features a combination of new and used items being sold at a bargain. Stop daily to check out large selections of clothing, jewelry, home decor, antiques, DVDs, bikes, purses, and other used items.
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