Vermont April 03, 2017
Here Are The 7 Best Flea Markets In Vermont And You Absolutely Have To Visit
Have you ever watched the TV show Antiques Roadshow? People often tell the tale of how they found their item at a yard sale or a flea market and you think “Hey, I could spot that diamond in the rough!” Well, here is your chance. We’ve gathered up 7 flea markets in VT that will get you into the thrill of a good old-fashioned treasure hunt. See you on TV!
1. WOKO Flea Market at the Champlain Valley Exposition Center - 105 Pearl Street, Essex Junction
Every Sunday you'll find everything from baked goods to stamps and everything in between.
2. Wilmington Antique and Flea Market - Junction of Routes 9 and 100
Antiques, books, collectables, baked goods and much more can be found at the Wilmington Flea Market from mid-May through mid-October.
3. Manchester Flea Market - Routes 11 & 30
If you like browsing through antiques, this is the flea market for you. Every Saturday and Sunday from May through October you'll find 35-40 dealers as well as a Saturday auction.
4. The Original Newfane Flea Market - Route 30
Since 1969 the Original Newfane Flea Market draws 150-200 dealers every Sunday from May to October. You'll find new and used merchandise, clothes, collectables and much more.
5. Rutland Area Flea Market - 200 West Street
You never know what you'll find at the Rutland Area Flea Market! Open every Saturday and Sunday mid-May through the end of October.
6. Pownal Flea-Market - 7358 US Route 7
Come every Friday, Saturday and Sunday to check out their limitless array of treasures, both new and old.
7. Waterbury Flea Market - Route 2 West
A wide open field in a picturesque setting, there is something for everyone and a browsers delight. Open Saturdays and Sundays May through October.
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