Shop 'Til You Drop At Traders Village, One Of The Largest Flea Markets In Texas
Flea markets drive a hard bargain, and there’s one in Texas where you can find everything you need under one roof. Traders Village has three separate locations across the Lone Star State, offering everything from clothing to home décor to fresh produce. It even has an amusement park and food vendors! Here’s what to expect when you visit Traders Village Houston, Traders Village Dallas, and Traders Village San Antonio!
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Traders Village Houston
What are some other must-visit flea markets in Texas?
While there's pretty much nothing that quite compares to Traders Village Houston (and its Texas siblings), there are some other Texas-sized flea markets that make for marvelous bargain hunting and antiques shopping in the Lone Star State. Another epic Texas flea market is Bussey's. With over 500 vendors, this is one of the largest flea markets in the country. You'll find plenty of vintage and retro items to rummage through, plus there's an abundance of food and beverage vendors to keep your tummy happy, too! Larry's Old Time Trade Days is another Texas flea market favorite; this is the largest flea market in Southeast Texas with over 500 vendors selling antiques, collectibles, clothing, and more. They are open every weekend (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday) after the first Monday of the month.
What are some other unique shops in Texas?
In a state that often equates "bigger" with "better" (see Traders Village Houston!), Jefferson General Store is proof positive that the simplest, humblest places can be just as amazing. This charming East Texas general store is housed in a circa-1860 building that was originally a hardware store and today is filled with all sorts of trinkets from the past. You’ll see an old-time candy counter, antiques, a working jukebox (bring a nickel), and even a soda fountain where you can enjoy a root beer float or ice cream sundae. Indulge your sweet tooth *and* nostalgic side at this East Texas treasure.