On the hunt for some cool trinkets, antiques, or collectibles? Texas’ flea market scene has you covered! Of course, flea markets are awesome and all, but not so much underneath the blazing hot Texas sun. Discovery Green Park in Houston has provided a perfect solution to that dilemma with Flea by Night: a nighttime flea market and open-air bazaar. Check it out:

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Discovery Green is definitely one of our favorite places to visit in Houston – there’s so much to enjoy here! But this nighttime market might just be one of the coolest events yet. To learn more about Flea by Night, visit the park’s website or Facebook page.

Have you ever been to Flea by Night in Houston? If so, we’d love to hear all about your experience! And if you’re craving even more treasure hunting, there are plenty more flea markets around Texas to choose from.

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What is the oldest store in Texas?

Established in 1847, Jones Trading Post and General Store in Jonesville is thought to be the oldest general store in Texas. Cochran Blair & Potts is the oldest continuously-operating department store in the state (established 1869).

What are some unique places to shop in Texas?

From historic general stores to expansive malls, charming shopping villages, and quirky gift shops, here are just a few of the most unique places to shop in Texas:

 

What are the best places to find antiques in Texas?

Everything is bigger in Texas, and that includes its antique malls. In fact, with so much history under its belt, Texas is a unique treasure trove of antique shops, filled to the brim with handmade, real-wood furniture, old-world antiques, and one-of-a-kind trinkets. A few of the best antique stores in Texas are:

 

For a smorgasbord of shops all in one place, you'll also find fantastic antiquing in Gladewater, Texas,  Wimberley, TX, and Baird, TX as well.

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