Vermont Flea Markets

Shop for Bargains and One-of-a-Kind Finds at Flea Markets in Vermont

Waterbury VT Flea Market
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Attending a Vermont Flea Markets is a favorite activity for travelers and Vermonters alike. These Flea markets are fun places to browse for antiques, quirky items, and even new merchandise at discount prices. While you may not find a hidden treasure every time, the outing makes for a fantastic opportunity to meet with locals and practice your haggling skills. 

For more things to do in Vermont, check out the Travel Guide, where you'll find current features, travel tips and links to the best things to do and places to stay in VT.

Special Note: It is always a good idea to call ahead to verify that a flea market is in operation before making a special trip. Flea markets may close due to inclement weather or other factors.

Antiques and Uniques Festival

Craftsbury Outdoor Center 
535 Lost Nation Rd, Vermont

802-586-7767  

For over 40 years, the annual summer event in July lures nearly 100 vendors from across multiple states. The market is a massive party with tons of food options,  liv, music, and a barbeque tent. On display are antiques, jewelry, quilts, pottery,  and original woodworks from local providers. 

Jonesville Indoor Flea Market

Route 2 
Jonesville, Vermont 

802-223-3352

Open year-round, this indoor market regularly updates the tools, clothing, books, and other assorted trinkets and collectibles on sale. 

Montpelier Antiques Market

The Canadian Club 
414 East Montpelier Rd.
Route 14
Barre, Vermont

Selected Weekends

For those seeking Mid-Century Modern furniture, this market might be the place to shop.

Additionally, they have paintings, toys, books, glassware, and vintage signs. 

The Original Newfane Flea Market

Route 30
Newfane, Vermont
802-365-4000
Sundays, seasonal

Vermont's longest-running flea market has been wooing vendors and shoppers for 48 years. Spaces are just $20.00, so this market attracts diverse sellers.

It operates every Sunday from late April through Halloween, rain or shine.

The Rutland Area Flea Market

200 West St

Rutland, Vermont

802-770-9104

Every Saturday

The indoor market is open all year long, and buried within its nooks and crannies treasure hunters can find everything from kitchenware, books, games, musical instruments to camping, fishing, and hunting gear. 

Vintage Inspired Lifestyle Marketplace

180 Flynn Ave. Burlington, Vermont

802-488-5766

Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Located in a brick building in the heart of Burlington, the 3000 square foot warehouse is home to multiple dealers showcasing antiques, local crafts and other curiosities. The site also hosts regular education classes around the history of antiques and craft making. 

Waterbury Flea Market
Route 2 West
Waterbury, Vermont
802-882-1919
Saturdays and Sundays, seasonal

Find summertime bargains at this 10-acre flea market, located just north of Waterbury at exit 10 from I-89. Held May through early October from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., weather permitting. Vendors sell both antiques and new merchandise. A concession stand sells breakfast and lunch.

The Wilmington Antique & Flea Market
Routes 9 and 100 South
Wilmington, Vermont
802-464-3345
Saturdays and Sundays, seasonal

This flea market is open weekends and holiday Mondays from mid-May through mid-October, weather permitting. It's been in operation for more than 30 years. Admission and parking are free.

 

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