Here Are The 4 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 four of the best flea markets in Vermont that will get you into the thrill of a good old-fashioned treasure hunt. See you on TV!

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Are you ready to go shopping at one of the best flea markets in Vermont? What other flea markets around the state do you enjoy shopping at? Let us know in the comments.

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Best Flea Markets In Vermont

August 18, 2021

What are the most unique places for shopping in Vermont?

Located in Burlington, The Crystal Cottage is your one-stop shopping destination for crystals and gemstones. Beautifully displayed on the shelves throughout the store, you’ll be mesmerized by the color and glitter of the stunning rocks. Additionally, the store offers plenty of gift items, jewelry, singing bowls, and more. Head to South Burlington to the Vermont Gift Barn to find locally-made goods such as jewelry, art, home decor, candles, and chocolates. It’s a wonderful place to shop for a one-of-a-kind, handmade gift.

Where can I go thrifting in Vermont?

Want to go treasure hunting? Thrift stores around Vermont provide the best venues to hunt for your next treasures sold at bargain prices. In our list of Incredible Thrift Stores In Vermont, you can read about several of the best thrift stores around the state. One store on the list, Sally’s Second Act Thrift Shop in Middlesex, is filled with antiques, music, and clothing, among other goods. Chester-Andover Family Center has a thrift shop that sells clothing and household items, books, games, and more. Best of all, proceeds from your shopping trip benefit the residents of Chester and Andover who need food and emergency financial assistance.

What are some of the best antique stores in Vermont?

Don’t you just love roaming around antique stores? There are so many fascinating things to find! Stone House Antique Center in Chester occupies a whopping 90,000 square feet of space. You may have to spend an entire day here just to get through it all. Windham Antique Center has a wide array of antiques from different time periods as well as antique hardware. Shopping here is almost like walking through a museum. You can learn more about these and other antique stores in this article.