New Hampshire Attractions December 30, 2018
7 Winter Flea Markets In New Hampshire To Enjoy All Season Long
Now that you’ve shopped for all the people on your list, it’s time to get back to you! The weather might be cold, but that doesn’t mean your wallet needs to be. Some of the best shopping in New Hampshire happens at these wonderful indoor flea markets. From vintage clothing to housewares to gifts and memorabilia, the vendors at each of these spots will have you covered no matter what you’re looking for.
1. Laconia Antique Center, Laconia
This Lakes Region favorite is a great place to spend the day if you're dealing with rain or bad weather. It's open year-round so cold weather isn't an issue. A visit means exploring 22,000 square feet of floorspace, full of more than 200 dealers offering their wares. They're located at: 601 Main Street, State Route 106, Laconia / 603-524-9484.
2. Prospect Hill Antiques, Georges Mills
There are 12,000 feet of goods to be explored here and you'll want to make sure to have a few hours to do it. You'll find antique furniture and replicas from across New England and Europe. Looking for something specific? Just ask - the staff is always happy to help. Visit them at: 247 Prospect Hill Rd., Sunapee / 603-361-6866.
3. Salem Flea Market, Salem
It's almost unbelievable how much stuff is crammed into every nook and cranny of this sprawling complex. With an indoor and outdoor market, you can visit this one all year long. Visit them at: 20 Hampshire Rd.,
Salem / 603-893-8888.
4. Rustique, Northwood
Not entirely a flea market, not entirely a vintage shop, this place is a bit undefinable. But, we love it so we couldn't resist including it on this list. You'll find a selection of reclaimed furniture and home decor, including painted and re-purposed furniture. They believe in recycling and re-purposing to create one-of-a-kind pieces. They're open Sunday and Monday from 12 to 5 p.m. and from Wednesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visit them at: 1022 Dover Rd. #3, Northwood / 603-219-6116.
5. Bailey's Not So Slim Picken, Northwood
If you're the type that loves to visit the same place, but prefers to have a constantly evolving inventory - this is the place for you! They're always recycling old tools, furniture, art, household items, hardware and building salvage. Visiting is always a unique experience. They're open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m on "most days." Find them at: 148 Catamount Rd., Northwood / 603-608-6624.
6. Fairgrounds Antiques, Swanzey
You'll find everything from housewares to clothing inside this fun barn. And, you don't need to wait for the weekend for shopping because they're open every single day. The more than 85 vendors will keep you busy for hours. Visit them at: 249 Monadnock Highway, Route 125, Swanzey.
7. Parker French West Antique Center, Northwood
There are over 135 dealer spaces at this antique shop, which makes it feel like an upscale, curated flea market. You'll find everything from jewelry to glass & china to memorabilia and garden ware. They're open every day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Find them at: 1190 Route 4, Northwood / 603-942-8852.
For more deals under one (indoor) roof, check out
this amazing antiques barn in Georges Hill.
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