Looking for some of the biggest and baddest flea markets to stop by this weekend? We’ve got your back! Every flea market we have ever been to has baffled us with how many random things are sold. We have prepared a list of the 10 best flea markets in Pennsylvania so that you can skip the researching and get straight to the good stuff — SHOPPING
Experience the Antique Extravaganza
Already known as the “Antiques Capital USA”, there’s another reason more people come to Adamstown three times a year. The Antique Extravaganza draws thousands of dealers and antique lovers from all over the world for the Spring, Summer and Fall Extravaganza held in April, June and September, respectively. Shoppers can spend days hunting for treasures in this weekend event.
Visit the historic Leighty’s Flea Market
Leighty’s is one of the historical landmarks in Newry. The farm market was founded by Lloyd and Harv Leighty in 1909. More than a hundred years later, the lot has expanded to include not just the Farmers Market but also the Sunday Flea Market, Flower World, Boot Warehouse and other services.
Look for something different at Jake’s Flea Market
Opened in the 1980s, Jake’s started with just a few vendors along Route 100. More than 35 years later, it has attracted thousands of customers who come not only to shop but also to attend special events like the Auction in the Treasure Barn and various swap meets. This flea market in Barto is open Saturdays and Sundays from April to Christmas.
Go shopping on a Sunday at Saturday’s Market
Just like the other popular flea markets in the state, Saturday’s Market is a family-owned business with a very rich history and tradition. This indoor and outdoor flea market dates back its origin in 1957. Located in Middleton, it’s name is actually a misnomer since it’s not just open on Saturdays but on Sundays as well.
Spot everything from a to z at Rice’s Sale and Country Market
Since 1860, Rice’s Market has been synonymous to outdoor shopping in New Hope. Sitting on a 30 acre land, this giant marketplace attracts over 400 and more than 8000 shoppers from near and far. Their doors are open on Tuesdays and Saturdays from March through December.
Catch the Phila Flea Markets in your neighborhood
Phila Flea Markets is known to organize the largest indoor and outdoor flea markets in Philadelphia. Aside from the travelling neighborhood markets, it also holds the annual Spring and Fall Antique and Vintage Markets. Shoppers will be delighted to find the widest array of antique furniture, collectibles, vintage clothing and jewelry, and a lot more.
Hunt for the best bargains at Pocono Bazaar Marketplace
Located in Stroudsburg, Pocono Bazaar gathers about 30,000 visitors every month. This indoor and outdoor flea market has over 100,00 square feet of retail space and features over a hundred vendors. The event is open every Saturday and Sunday, all througout the year.
Find your treasure at Blue Ridge Flea Market
This flea market located in Saylorsburg has been around since 1976. It’s the perfect place to go treasure hunting for bargains and rare finds because of its ever changing items items and goods available for sale. Shoppers can also replenish their lost energy at KC’s Grill and should try their most famous Funnel Cakes.
Check out the goods at Jonnet Flea Market
Jonnet Flea has only been open for a couple of years but has slowly become one of the go to places for shopping in Blairsville. This indoor and outdoor flea market has antiques, arts and crafts, collectibles and so much more. They welcome customers every weekend, all year round.
Shop and dine at Wind Gap Flea Market
There are two reasons to drive by Northampton County on a lazy weekend. First, find hidden treasures at the Indoor Flea Market in Wind Gap. After shopping, head to Nancy’s Corner Cafe for a hearty breakfast or a scrumptious lunch.