9 Amazing Flea Markets In Pennsylvania That Are So Much Fun For Treasure Hunting

Forgo the malls and shopping plazas next time you’re on the hunt for that unusual gift or if you’re in the mood for a bit of treasure hunting. Instead, discover the many treasures hidden at nine of the best flea markets in Pennsylvania, many of which are open all year around. You’re bound to find something to take home from one of these markets!

These are just nine of the best flea markets in Pennsylvania. Which is your favorite? Let us know in the comments. You may also want to check out The Co-Op Farmers Market in Scranton.

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June 25, 2020

Where can I find the best thrift stores in Pennsylvania?

One of the best thrift stores in Pennsylvania includes Community Aid in Selinsgrove. This thrift store is, in fact, the largest thrift store in both Pennsylvania and the United States. Carve out plenty of time to explore the shop that spans 74,000 square feet. The thrift shop sells everything from like-new clothing to furniture. Keep an eye out for discount days, too. There are also locations in Mechanicsburg, Hanover, and Lancaster.

Where can I find unique shopping destinations in Pennsylvania?

For some of the most unique shopping destinations in Pennsylvania, visit Street of Shops in Lewisburg. The indoor shopping village features 375 shops, selling everything from home décor and holiday decorations to books and collectibles. There's even a 40,000-square-foot indoor flea market here.

Where can I shop for used books in Pennsylvania?

Used books in Pennsylvania can be found at Baldwin’s Book Barn in West Chester which boasts five floors, jam-packed with books. Everything from used and rare books to out-of-print publications are sold here. There's also an extensive collection of maps and prints.