Love to shop for bargains? Well, don’t let the cold, gloomy winter weather keep you from doing what you love. The Magnolia State is home to several flea markets that are housed indoors and open year-round; here are seven of our favorites.
1. First Monday Trade Days and Flea Market
With more than 600 vendors, this is the flea market of all flea markets! Even more impressive than the number of vendors is the fact that the market has been open every month since July of 1893. In addition to a ton of vendors selling a massive range of goods, the grounds include dining facilities, electrical hookups, golf cart rentals, early morning church services, and "good old southern hospitality." The market is open the weekend before the 1st Monday of each month, so be sure to mark your calendar. First Monday Trade Days and Flea Market is located at 10590 Hwy 15 S, Ripley, MS 38663.
2. The Lucky Rabbit
Many wouldn’t consider The Lucky Rabbit a flea market, but it’s too good not to mention. The self-proclaimed "junk joint" is full of incredible treasures, which include everything from antiques and furniture to crafts and other unique items. It’s only open four days a month – the first Thursday through Sunday – but is well worth the wait. The Lucky Rabbit is located at 217 Mobile St., Hattiesburg, MS 39401.
3. Trade Days LLC at Jones Center Flea Market
Spread out over seven acres, this flea market is not only the oldest in Pearl, it’s the largest. And since it includes both indoor and outdoor space, weather is never an issue. Browse the booths, and you’ll find a variety of items, including antiques, collectibles, jewelry, home décor, fresh produce, and more. Though Saturdays are the liveliest day at the market, some indoor vendors are open for business during the week. Trade Days LLC is located at 3064 US-80, Pearl, MS 39208.
4. Riverside Furniture and Antique Flea Market
Selling "just about anything that can be found around the house," this market, which is housed in an old warehouse, is stocked to the brim with treasures just waiting to be discovered. And with an inventory that changes daily, the possibilities of what you’ll find are virtually endless. The charming shop is open every day except Wednesday and Sunday, from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Riverside is located at 300 Highland St., New Albany, MS 38652.
5. Flowood Antique Flea Market
As "Mississippi's premier antique flea market," this is the place to hunt for hidden treasures. Housed indoors, it’s open every weekend year-round – rain or shine. And that’s a good thing because with 65,000 square feet and more than 150 vendors, you’ll need plenty of time to look around. The Flowood Antique Flea Market is located at 1325 Flowood Dr., Flowood, MS 39232.
6. Antique Mall of the South
Open 7 days a week all year long, this place is a must visit for avid bargain hunters. And with a 14,000-square-foot sales floor and more than 70 vendors, you’re sure to find something that piques your interest. The Antique Mall of the South is located at 367 US-51, Ridgeland, MS 39157.
7. Depot Antique Mall
This Oxford shop has been dubbed "Mississippi’s choice for unique, authentic antiques and collectibles," and it definitely lives up to the hype. Featuring more than 100 booths, there really is something for everyone. Visit the mall Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and on Sundays from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. The Depot Antique Mall is located at 709 N Lamar Blvd., Oxford, MS 38655.
So, ever been to the markets listed above? Have one to add? Tell us in the comments section.
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