Nashville February 19, 2019
The Charming Out Of The Way Flea Market Near Nashville You Won’t Soon Forget
Everyone loves a good deal, and an incredible flea market find is bound to give you bragging rights on your next coffee date. Nashville, Tennessee is known for its hipster culture and yes, its top tier coffee shops, but the Nashville Flea is one of the most expansive and varied flea markets in the area. If you’re looking for treasures, this is the place to do it.
The Nashville Flea Market has long been lauded as the thrifting and antiquing place to GO when you're in Tennessee. It's located in the Nashville Fairgrounds in the city's Berry Hill neighborhood.
The market occurs on the fourth weekend of every month, although in December it occurs on the third weekend in honor of the Christmas holiday season. Keep in mind, folks - it's only open on the fourth weekend. Not the first, not the third. Only the fourth!
It allows for a solid turnover of goods and antiques from local vendors, which means every experience is fun and new. It also helps that the Nashville Flea themes every month (like October Fest and Feeling Frosty!), which ups the festive ante.
Come for decor and furniture, for vintage clothing and old frames and globes and everything else you can think of.
It's a treasure trove, where the fun of searching and discovering lies on you.
It's almost overwhelming, the expansiveness of the whole experience, so make sure to come multiple days, if you can.
Hours usually stretch from 8am to 5pm on Fridays, 7am to 6pm on Saturdays, and on Sundays from 7am to 4pm. Remember: only on the fourth weekend! We don't you showing up to the fairgrounds just to be disappointed. It makes the last weekend of the month so fun and unique.
You can visit for yourself at 500 Wedgewood Avenue in Nashville, Tennessee. Happy bargain hunting!
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