10 Best Flea Markets in Missouri


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Yes, I Want Deals and Tips!

Can you think of a better way to spend your weekend than by hunting for ridiculous deals on items you have been dying to get your hands on? I can’t. That’s why we have prepared this list of the 10 best flea markets in Missouri — to give you a head start on your next bargain hunting excursion! Have fun!

Experience the Antique Festival of the Ozarks

Every year thousands of people travel to Springfield, MO to attend the Antique Festival of the Ozarks. Antique lovers and vintage aficionados will surely have a grand time looking at high quality items brought by hundreds of dealers from across the Midwest. The two day event is usually held in October.

Shop for a cause at Wentzville Flea Market

Since 1933, Wentzvillle Community Club has been serving the community. The funds they raise from the Flea Market and Sunday Night Bingo are used to help local charitable organizations in and around the Wentzville area. The Flea Market has over 400 vendor spaces and is held every Sunday all year round.

Find a hidden gem at Rutledge Flea Market

This open air flea market has been around since 1948. Most of the participating vendors are local sellers but many come from other states like Wisconsin, Kansas and Minnesota. The event is held every second weekend of the month from March through October, and the first weekend of November.

Get some design inspiration from Dean’s Antique Mall

Dean’s is one of the best places to go in Carthage if you want to find one of a kind furniture or at least get some design inspiration. They have been in business for more than 40 years. Customers are welcome to drop by everyday from Monday to Friday.

Spot a rare find at Main Street America Shop

One of the largest antique and flea markets in Crane, Main Steet has anything and everything under the sun. From antiques and collectibles to vintage fashion and jewelry, and a lot more. The two level store is open 7 days a week.

Scratch that shopping itch at Itchy’s Flea Market

Opened in 1992, Itchy’s is another place to stop by for bargain hunting. This flea market has 10,000 square feet of deals and new items are coming in daily. They’re open everyday and have locations in Columbia and Lee’s Summit.

Walk for hours at Midway Antique Mall and Flea Market

A shopper’s paradise, Midway Antique Mall and Flea Market has over 60,000 square feet of selling space. Eager shoppers will definitely find something to take home from 375 booths and thousands of items from around the world. If one day is not enough to browse through the displays, you can always come back tomorrow because they’re open everyday.

Dig for treasure at Old Timers Antique Mall

Old Timers is one of Dexter’s best kept secret. There are over 150 booths with an ever changing stock so there’s always a nice surprise in each visit. Another reason customers keep coming back is the friendly and helpful staff.

Start your treasure hunt at Picker’s Flea Market and Country Store

Located in Downtown Branson, Picker’s is a must stop for bargain hunters and antique lovers. Start the day browsing through over a hundred vendors showcasing a wide variety of items from antiques, collectibles and art to sports, home decor and furniture. Make sure to stop by at the Country Store for specialty cheese, jams and jellies and a lot more.

Shop around at Green’s Flea Market

Green’s has been welcoming customers for more than 30 years. They have just about anything and everything all in one roof. This family owned and operated business is located in Fredericktown and is open from Wednesday to Saturday.