You Could Spend Hours At Junkstock, A Gorgeous Fall Flea Market In Nebraska
Do you love finding vintage treasures? If so, you’re probably familiar with Junkstock, a gorgeous vintage flea market that takes place on a darling Nebraska farm. Now, many folks wouldn’t think to combine the words “gorgeous” and “flea market” in the same sentence…but this groovy little market in Waterloo isn’t any ordinary event! While Junkstock opens up to thousands of shoppers multiple times per year, there’s no denying the autumn-bedecked wonders that can be found at the farm’s unique Harvest Edition of its regular flea market. Check it out:
To find out more about this one-of-a-kind Nebraska flea market and get your tickets, visit Junkstock’s website. While you’re there, check out the full calendar of his year’s opening weekends. Then, follow Junkstock on Facebook to get sneak peeks of merchandise and festivities.
If you’re looking for more fun activities this fall, you’ll definitely want to check out our beautiful fall foliage road trip through Nebraska.
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What are the best places to find antiques in Nebraska?
Due in part to its unique setting as a crossroads between east and west, Nebraska is a treasure-trove of antique shops, each filled to the brim with handmade furniture, fantastic art, old-world antiques, and one-of-a-kind trinkets. Just a few of the best antique stores in Nebraska are:
- Aardvark Antique Mall, Lincoln
- Burlington Antiques, Lincoln
- Gatherings on the Blue, Milford
- Grain Bin Antique Town, North Platte
- The Hub, Burwell
- Platte Valley Antique Mall, Greenwood
- Union Junktion, Union
- Vintage Village Antique Mall, Lincoln
Bonus: some of these antique shops also double as overnight accommodations, so you can shop, sleep, and repeat!
You'll also find incredible antiquing opportunities in the tiny town of Sargent, Nebraska.
Are there any flea markets in Nebraska?
Nebraska is positively overflowing with charming antique stores, but its flea markets, swap meets, and antique markets offer a unique opportunity to peruse a massive number of shops and vendors all at once. Some of the best flea markets in Nebraska are:
- 183Flea, Sargent
- Brownville Flea Market, Brownville
- A Collective Gathering, Potter
- Country Market Days, Pilger
- Imaginarium, Omaha
- Junk Jaunt, Ord
- Junkstock, Omaha
- Junktion Flea Market/Funkyhouse Vintage, Fremont
- Memory Lane Flea Market, Dakota City
Does Nebraska have any old-fashioned general stores?
As a state that's full of rural, small-town charm, it makes sense that Nebraska would be equally full of old-timey mercantiles and quaint general stores! These historic shops hearken back to the days of the old five-and-dime stores and are a nostalgic place to pop in for a treat, chat, or refreshing drink. Just a few of the coolest and most historic general stores in Nebraska are:
- Kacirek-Woita/Vintage Merchant General Store, Weston
- Madrid General Store, Madrid
- Main Street Market, Milford
- Mr. Duke's Mercantile, York
- R.F. Goeke, Atkinson