This Itty Bitty Wisconsin City Is Actually One Of The Best Antiquing Towns In The Country

Princeton is a small town of about 1,000 people that’s 40 miles west of Fond du Lac on the Fox River. Known as home to one of the best outdoor flea markets in the country, it’s a place you should visit on the merits of that market alone. But the flea market isn’t the only reason treasure hunters will want to visit. With a number of antique shops in town, you’re going to want to make sure you’ve got plenty of space to take home all the amazing things you’re going to want to buy.

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The Princeton city website has tons of information for those wishing to make the trip, so make sure you check there for all the planning you could want. The Princeton Flea Market is held at Princeton’s City Park, located on the 400 block of Fulton St. (Hwy. 23).

If you love antiquing, you definitely have to plan to go on our antique lovers’ road trip.