7 Amazing Flea Markets In Charlotte You Absolutely Have To Visit
If you live in Charlotte, North Carolina, and consider thrifting a hobby, boy do we have the spots for you. These amazing flea markets are some of Charlotte’s greatest and are so much fun to browse and shop on the weekends. From open-air markets to the more modern-day 7th Street Public Market, we’ve got a shop that will fit your tastes and your budget. Check out our favorite Charlotte flea markets below and plan a visit today!
Where’s your favorite place to go thrifting? Which Charlotte flea markets are on your “best of” list?
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Which North Carolina flea market is the most popular?
Who knew that life in North Carolina would include so many great bargains? We sure didn’t - until we looked! There are hundreds of excellent flea markets in North Carolina to choose from, but there are a handful that tend to go above and beyond expectations. There are several top contenders, though the most popular flea markets in North Carolina at the time of this writing appear to be places like The Raleigh Market, in Raleigh, the Barnyard Flea Markets in Dallas, and the Webb Road Flea Market in Salisbury.
What are some great flea markets in North Carolina?
Of course, the list of amazing flea markets in North Carolina might start with the ones mentioned above, but it most certainly doesn’t end with those. Other top-rated North Carolina flea markets include larger ones like Cooks Flea Market, in Winston-Salem, Smiley’s Flea Market, in Fletcher, and Brightleaf Flea Market in Smithfield. There are plenty of smaller, mom-and-pop vintage markets in North Carolina, too, as well as wonderful antique shops, vintage stores, and more. We recommend doing a whole North Carolina flea markets road trip – or something like it – to experience them all in a weekend or so.
Where are the best North Carolina vintage markets?
Vintage market, flea market – same thing, mostly. And, of course, the list goes on! Some of the best, top-rated vintage markets in North Carolina include gems like the 311 Flea Market, in Sophia, which has ridiculously high ratings and rave reviews, as well as Decker’s Flea Market, in Murphy, Cotton Mill Flea Market, in Selma, Thomasville’s 11-Acre Flea Market, Mt. Airy’s Mayberry Flea Market, and many more. These are some of the best places to go shopping in North Carolina, as well as wonderful places for antiquing, too.