Cincinnati September 28, 2017
9 Amazing Flea Markets In Cincinnati You Absolutely Have To Visit
Everyone loves a good deal and lucky for us, Cincinnati has countless options for bargain hunting. Flea markets are popular spots to find such deals and there are several in the area that are filled with everything from clothing to home decor to collectibles. If you love searching for buried treasure, then we have the ultimate list for you. Here are 9 amazing flea markets in Cincinnati you absolutely have to visit.
1. Ohio Valley Antique Mall - 7285 Dixie Highway (Route 4) Fairfield, OH 45014
The Ohio Valley Antique Mall is one of the most beloved spots in the area to search for hidden gems and antiques. With some 450 vendors that offer items like decor, collectibles, new and used books, vintage clothing, shabby chic decor, and sports memorabilia, you'll certainly find everything you need - and don't need - at this epic market.
2. The City Flea - Washington Park
The City Flea is now a tradition in Cincinnati and the perfect way to enjoy our beautiful city and discover hidden treasures and handmade creations. The City Flea is held on select Saturdays throughout the year and this year you can still take part on October 21st from 10am to 4pm and December 16th from 5pm to 10pm.
3. Treasure Aisles - 320 N. Garver Rd. Monroe, OH 45050
Go on a treasure hunt at this 64-acre flea market paradise. Located in Monroe, it's one of the largest markets in Ohio and with a complete renovation in 2008, it is a delightful place to wander on a weekend. The market has both indoor and outdoor space and is open Saturday and Sunday 9am to 5pm year round. The cost is $2 per carload.
4. Peddlers Flea Market - 4343 Kellogg Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45226
In business for over 30 years, Peddler's Flea Market is a year-round, indoor/outdoor flea market, conveniently located on Kellogg Avenue. With 110 indoor booths, 300 outdoor vendors, and food served all day on Saturdays while they are open from 7am - 5pm, you could easily spend a few hours here searching for hidden treasure.
5. The Flea Vintage Boutique - 3742 Kellogg Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45226
While you're on Kellogg Avenue, swing by this charming boutique for more flea market finds and repurposed and renewed home decor. The shop is conveniently open during the week from 10am to 6pm, and 9am to 6pm on weekends.
6. Traders World - 601 Union Rd. Monroe, OH 45036
An eye-catching landmark in Monroe, Traders World is a Cincinnati-area flea market tradition. The market has both indoor and outdoor vendors and is open weekends 9am to 5pm all year long. Grab a snack when you walk in and look around to see what hidden gems you can discover.
7. The Paris Flea Market Garage - One Main St. Milford, OH 45150
If you're looking for a unique item for your home, this is the place for you. Style expert Patty Glass searches estate sales, auctions, and garage sales to find the most unique items to include in this garage-housed flea market. The shop is open Saturdays from 10am - 5pm and Sundays from 12pm -3pm. It's a charming spot to find that special home decor.
8. Treasure Alley: Yesterday Revisited - 3034 Harrison Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45211
You'll find it all at this westside gem. Antiques, vintage, repurposed and upcycled items are all waiting for you to discover them. Treasure Alley is open Wednesday 1pm to 5pm, Friday 12pm to 6pm, and Saturday 8am to 4pm.
9. Richwood Flea Market - 10915 Dixie Hwy Walton, KY 41094
Head south into Kentucky for this large, indoor/outdoor flea market. It's conveniently located right off the highway and is one of Kentucky's best stops for bargain hunting and flea market, family fun.
Cincinnati’s flea markets are filled with great deals, so pick a few see what you can discover! How many of these have you been to? Did we leave out your favorite bargain hunting spot? Share your thoughts with us in the comments!
And if you’d like more amazing flea markets to explore, check out our list of the best ones in Ohio