Did ya read my “controversial” post last Friday? Well, a few of you may disagree with my choices for the best vintage flea markets in Texas, too. If you do, leave a comment and let me know. I don’t mind at all if you disagree with me. In fact, I’ll probably learn about a few new flea markets from you!
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Top 5 Vintage Flea Markets in Texas
Five: Vintage Market Days, multiple locations
There are at least 8 different locations for Vintage Market Days in Texas. I was a vendor at the show in Waxahachie a couple of years ago. It was a small market but every vendor was amazing! I hope to sell there again… or at least go shop at a few of the different markets.
Four: Antique Alley, Cleburne/Grandview/Maypearl
This is my personal favorite ’cause it’s in my hometown and I’ve sold there for years. You can literally find everything and the kitchen sink at this 30+ mile long show. Yes, the vendor right down the aisle from us had a couple of sinks for sale last year! There are several large venues with cow pastures full of vendors. In between you’ll find local residents hosting garage sales, church sales, and venders set up in every downtown area.
I won’t be there this year… but look for me in 2019!
Three: Third Monday Trade Days, McKinney
I’ve never been to this sale but it’s been highly recommended by my junkin’ friends! It’s on my list to visit next year, too.
Two: First Monday Trade Days, Canton
It has been years since I went to First Monday Trade Days. My sister-in-law and I have been trying to get this one on our schedule for this summer. Who wants to meet us there?
One: Antiques Weekend, Warrenton/Roundtop
It’s probably no surprise to anyone that Antiques Week made number one on our list. I would even say that this is probably #1 in the country!
I combined Warrenton, Roundtop, Marburger Farm, and all the smaller shows together. Just hit ’em all while you’re there. And even though it’s called Antiques Weekend (or Week) it’s spread out over a couple of weeks twice a year. Believe me, you’ll need a week to get through this flea market! Get info on all the sale sites on the Antiques Weekend website.
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Now, let me know what markets you think I left off the list. I need a few more flea markets in Texas to visit next year!
‘Til the next market,