Montana July 09, 2016
7 Must-Visit Flea Markets In Montana Where You’ll Find Awesome Stuff
They help you save money, decorate like a pro, and find priceless pieces from the past. What’s not to love about a flea market? Despite their name, flea markets can actually contain some pretty valuable items. This weekend, browse one of these flea markets in Montana and see what you find.
1. Big Sky Flea Market, Billings
Located on Old Hardin Road, Big Sky Flea Market specializes in antique car parts and accessories. They’re open on Saturdays and Sundays, March through mid-October.
2. Kootenai Flea Market, Libby
You’ll find the Kootenai Flea Market at 407 Mineral Avenue. It’s open Monday through Saturday and has new and used items like books, antiques, jewelry and crafts.
3. Little Red Truck Vintage Market, Missoula
Every July and December, the Little Red Truck Vintage Market sets up shop in Missoula and sells the finest used items and handmade crafts in the area. This summer’s market is July 15th and 16th at the Missoula County Fairgrounds. Admission is $5, but children 12 and under are free.
4. Kalispell Flea Market, Kalispell
Kalispell’s flea market is located at 265 N. Meridian Road and is open only on Saturdays and Sundays.
5. The Flea Market at the Spotlight, Lewistown
You’ll find the Spotlight at The Spotlight 538 Sereday St,, and they’re only open from Friday-Sunday. Stop by and shop for items for your home, farm, car, truck or camper, just to name a few.
6. I-90 Antique Mall, Flea Market & Auction, Billings
You never know what you might find at the antique mall and flea market, located at 6400 Frontage Road. They’re open Tuesday-Sunday and have over 50 vendors and monthly consignment auctions.
7. Myron’s Flea Market, Victor
Myron’s Flea Market is an old-fashioned open air market, and they’re open on weekends, weather permitting. They’ve got antiques, collectible, kitchen and household items, crafts, books and thousands of other miscellaneous items.
If you love flea market finds, you’ll love going antiquing. Check out these options for finding
antiques in Montana.