How would you describe a perfect weekend? By hitting up one of the best flea markets in Tennessee? We completely agree. Here is the list of the 10 best flea markets to visit in Tennessee — enjoy!
Dig for treasures at the iconic Nashville Flea Market
Considered to be one of the top flea markets in the country, Nashville Flea Market draws over half a million visitors every year since it was founded in 1969. The event features between 800 to 1,200 dealers and vendors from 30 states every month. It has been voted as the “#1 flea market in Tennessee” by the Tennessee Magazine and Busy Bee Trader.
Bring the family for a fun-filled weekend at Crossville Flea Market
For almost 40 years, Crossville has been one of the top shopping destinations in the state. This open-air market found in the heart of Tennessee hosts hundreds of vendors selling a wide variety of ever changing new and preloved items. With seasonal and special events throughout the year, it’s a fun place to bring the whole family for a weekend of fun.
Shop ’til you drop at Great Smokies Flea Market
Since it opened in the 1990s, Great Smokies Flea Market has grown from about 1,000 to 15,000 visitors every weekend. This gigantic flea market in Sevierville has been recognized by many as one of the top flea markets in the country and has also been featured by the popular TV show “Junkin'”. They welcome customers every Friday to Sunday, come rain or shine.
Meet locals while shopping at Cleveland Street Flea Market
Located in the heart of Midtown Memphis, Cleveland Street Flea Market has been a popular place to shop since opening its doors in 1998. It features a wide array of items from antiques to electronics showcased mostly by local vendors. Shoppers are welcome to visit from Fridays to Sundays.
Hang out at Friendly Frank’s Flea Market
Friendly Frank’s is a family owned business for more than 20 years. Over 200 vendors set up at the Jackson Fairgrounds every first full weekend of each month. Admission to the event is always free.
Score a sweet bargain at Sweetwater Flea Market
Established in 1989, this weekend flea market features about 800 vendor booths offering an assortment of products and services. Found in Sweetwater, it has been recognized as one of the top flea markets in the country by big names in media like CNN, MSNBC and the New York Times, just to name a few. The market is open every weekend, all throughout the year.
Own a one of a kind item from Porter Flea
Porter Flea has slowly been noticed as one of the finest markets by digital media and online bloggers. Just a little over a year after it first opened, this pop-up market has already been named the “Best Artisan Market” by the Nashville Scene in 2012. A juried and curated craft fair, shoppers are sure to find only the best and the finest items in the event.
Find anything from antiques to zucchinis at Jonesborough Flea Market
This Sunday flea market in Jonesborough has been around since it opened in 1980. It’s a major stop to hunt for local bargains and rare finds. Over 500 vendors participate in this outdoor market.
Shop for the whole family at Centre Brick Indoor Flea Market
A hidden gem in New Tazewell, this marketplace is located in an old tobacco barn on Main Street. Centre Brick offers traditional flea market experience with over 30 indoor vendors every Saturday and Sunday, all year round. Hosting a wide variety of products, shoppers will find something for every member of the family.
Discover a rare find at Green Acres Flea Market
Green Acres is one of the major shopping destinations in Louisville. This indoor and outdoor marketplace features over 500 dealers selling a myriad of items from antiques and collectibles to new and used goods. Customers are welcome every Saturday and Sunday, come rain or shine.