The Biggest And Best Flea Market In Montana, St. Regis Flea Market, Is Now Re-Opening
Every May for the last several decades, thousands of Montanans have circled Memorial Day weekend on their calendars and headed to St. Regis for Montana’s best and largest flea market. Then came 2020, when hearts all over the Treasure State broke as the event was understandably canceled to keep everyone safe and healthy. Luckily, the St. Regis Flea Market didn’t stay away for long and it has resumed its normal schedule. As one of the biggest flea markets in Montana, we have no doubt it will be better than ever year after year.
For more information on this yearly event in Montana, visit the flea market’s website. Have you been to this Montana flea market in years past? What was your experience like? Let us know in the comments! And, if you are searching for even more incredible markets in Montana to visit, check out our collection of feature articles.
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Flea markets in Montana
What is the best flea market in Montana?
While the St. Regis Flea Market is certainly one of a kind and a destination that you’ll want to check out, it isn’t the only flea market in the Treasure State. A few other flea markets in Montana that you’ll want to check out include:
- Treasure Town Flea Market, Anaconda
- Sweet Bee Vintage Market, Helena
- Antique Market and More, Bozeman
- Marketplace 3301, Billings
- Little Red Truck Vintage Market, a traveling flea market to various cities across the state
What are some antique stores in Montana that are worth a visit?
We love a good antique store. These stores are where you can find incredible treasures that you just can’t find anywhere else. While there are dozens of antique stores across Montana, some that you’ll want to add to your bucket list include:
- Mae & June Vintage Market, Helena
- Swappers, Kalispell
- Antique Barn, Bozeman
- Bitterroot 50 Mile Garage Sale, Hamilton
Where else should I go shopping in Montana?
If you love to shop, Montana has many unique stores around the state worth exploring and visiting. Some stores are large and may take nearly all day to explore while others are quite small, charming, and packed with treasures. A few stores and markets in Montana to visit include: