Florida is a haven for flea markets, which is a wonderful thing. Score deals on antiques, clothes, and other items you don’t even know exist at these 10 best flea markets in Florida. For flea market die-hards, we have planned out your next 10 weekend road trips — ENJOY
Create a signature look at Lincoln Road Antique and Collectible Market
Lincoln Road Mall in Miami Beach is already known for outdoor shopping, dining and entertainment. But from October through May, it becomes even busier with thousands of people who come and see over 100 Florida dealers specializing in retro fashion, classic home furnishings and more. Notable celebrity fashion stylists and interior designers have also been seen shopping here on Sunday mornings.
Spend the entire weekend at Renninger’s Twin Markets
Right in the heart of Central Florida you will find Renninger’s Twin Markets, the Antique Center and the Flea and Farmer’s Market. Open on weekends, shoppers will never run out of options with over a hundred indoor booths and outdoor spaces. It also hosts special events like the Antiques and Collector’s Extravaganza which happens three times a year, car and guitar shows and swapmeets, vintage garden shows and so much more.
“Find your treasure” at 49er Flea Market
Clearwater is the home of 49er Flea Market. Open on Saturdays and Sundays, bargain hunters will find tons of collectibles, art and crafts, and more found at the indoor and outdoor booths. Shoppers can also grab a bite at the Golden Nugget Snack Bar for much needed pit stop.
Come back for more at Waldo Farmer’s and Flea Market
Waldo’s is known as the “old fashioned flea market”. The largest in North Central Florida, it is located in a 50 acre land with an additional 20,000 square foot antique mall. More than 40,000 customers have come to shop every weekend since it opened in 1975.
Bring the whole family at Red Barn Flea Market
Bradenton’s Red Barn has been owned and operated by the same family since it started in 1981. With over 600 flea market booths and shops, this 145,000 square foot former lumberyard has truly become a shopper’s paradise. Aside from the unlimited shopping and dining options, this flea market and plaza hosts special events throughout the year.
Shop and dine at Redland Market Village
More than just a flea market, Redland Market Village is a Miami weekend hotspot. Since it opened in 1987, thousands have come to shop and dine in this 27 acre land. This family owned and operated marketplace boasts an extensive Farmers Market, over 22 international food trucks, live entertainment and a whole lot more.
Spot everything under the Florida sun at Maingate Flea Market
Maingate is one of the oldest flea markets in Central Florida. Bargain lovers will surely take pleasure browsing over 400 indoor booths. Just 10 minutes away from Disney World and located right beside a giant orange, this flea market is very hard to miss.
Get to meet other “Fleamasters” in this top flea market
If you want to know where “fleamasters” flea, then this is the place to be. With over 400,000 square feet, over 900 shops and 20 food stands, this is Southwest Florida’s biggest fleamarket. Fleamasters Fleamarket has been featured on Travel Channel and is a popular destination not just for locals but visitors from across the globe.
Win “flea bucks” at Daytona Flea and Farmers Market
It’s no surprise that this flea market in Daytona Beach is a popular tourist destination. With more than 1,000 booths and over 600 vendors, it has been voted as one of the “top 5 markets in the country” by USA Weekend. Another highlight is the monthly Car Show where car enthusiasts from near and far join in the festivities and get a chance to win “flea bucks”.
Strike a bargain at Wagon Wheel and Mustang Flea Markets
In 1966, Hardy Huntley and his wife Janet started a little roadside stand on Park Boulevard. Fifty years later, it has grown to 125 acres and over 1,500 stalls. The Wagon Wheel and its twin, the Mustang Flea have become staple attractions of Pinellas Park.