NOVA-Antiques does not manage, own, promote or operate the flea markets listed on this page. Although we try to verify all listings prior to publication, there are times that date, location and times changes are made by owners and promoters that are not communicated to us in a timely manner. It is a good idea to check to make sure the event is still on before embarking on a journey. All inquiries about these flea markets such as place, directions and time should be directed to the promoter, owner or manager of the show.
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The Great Big Flea Market is located in Richmond, Virginia and every year draws hundreds of thousands of people from around the country. This indoor and outdoor flea market operates year round and is open Thursday thru Sundays. The Great Big Flea Market has over two hundred and fifty vendors selling new and used merchandise, antiques, country home décor and vintage collectibles.
Uncle Bill’s Flea Market in a great flea market that serves the western part of North Carolina well. It is open year round, Wednesday through Sunday and offers up a huge variety of items from antiques and collectibles to crafts to used household items and new merchandise. Uncle Bill’s Flea Market has the distinction of being in the same place for over 20 years and has a huge following with people from all over the southeast. It’s a great place to stop if you are in North Carolina.
The Annual Highlands Playhouse Antiques Show is held at the Highlands Recreation Center in Highlands, North Carolina. This antiques and collectibles show benefits the Highlands Playhouse.
The Greater Charlotte Antiques & Collectibles Show is held a few times a year at the Cabarrus Arena & Event Center in Concord, North Carolina, just outside Charlotte. This antique show draws hundreds of antiques and collectibles dealers and thousands of people from around the country. The Greater Charlotte Antiques & Collectibles Show also features appraisers and designers as well as free parking and good food.
Watson’s Flea Market is located in Raleigh, North Carolina and is open on Saturdays and Sundays and attracts about one hundred and fifty dealers and thousands of visitors each week. This flea market carries both new and used products as well as antiques, vintage collectibles, silver, paintings and artwork. Watson’s Flea Market features ample parking and food vendors.
The Raleigh Flea Market is held every Saturday and Sunday at the State Fairgrounds in Raleigh, North Carolina. This flea market has been around since 1971 and draws thousands of vendors, dealers and people from all over the Mid-Atlantic region. The Raleigh Flea Market features new and used household items as well as antiques, collectibles, vintage and costume jewelry, art, vintage pottery and glass.
The Liberty Outdoor Antiques Festival is held annually and attracts over 300 dealers selling period antique furniture, vintage collectibles, art, architectural antiques and country antique furniture.
The International Collectibles & Antiques Show is held monthly at the Metrolina Tradeshow Expo in Charlotte, North Carolina. This antiques show draws hundreds of dealers as well as thousands of people from around the country. The International Collectibles and Antiques Show features free parking and good food in addition to great bargains.
The Cameron Antiques Fair is held a couple of times per year in the historic district of Cameron, North Carolina. This antiques fair features over 300 antique and collectible dealers as well as 13 antique shops. The Cameron Antiques Fair is sponsored by the Cameron Antiques Dealer Association.
Smiley’s Flea Market & Antique Mall has been in Fletcher, North Carolina since 1984 and can accommodate hundreds of dealers and vendors of various wares on its 100,000 square feet of selling space. All we can say is, bring your walking shows when going to Smiley’s Flea Market. There is an antique mall on the premises that is open April through December and has plenty of free parking and good food if you get hungry.
The Greensboro Super Flea Market at the Coliseum Pavilion is usually on the second weekend of the month and is run by the Greensboro Coliseum Complex. The Greensboro Super Flea has a 30,000 square foot selling space, hundreds of vendors and dealers from throughout the southeast and thousands of visitors each and every month. There are some great deals to be had at this market with lots of competition among the dealers with a healthy “lets get it done” attitude. This flea market also offers good food and plenty of free parking.
The Jamestown Flea Market is open every weekend and is located in Morganton, North Carolina. This flea market draws more than three hundred vendors and thousands of visitors from around the country each month. The Jamestown Flea Market features new and used items, antiques, collectibles, country furniture, jewelry and artwork.
The Barnyard Flea Market is located in Pineville, North Carolina and is open Thursday thru Sunday every week. This flea market offers a variety of goods including new and used merchandise as well as silver, art and paintings. The Barnyard Flea Market has plenty of free parking and is close to Rock Hill and Charlotte.
Starway Flea Market is located in Wilmington, North Carolina and features antiques, collectibles, vintage glass and pottery as well as jewelry, vintage toys and artwork.
JAC's Barn Flea Market, Highway 33, Blounts Creek, North Carolina, 252.823.5510
Shopper's Fair Flea Market, 4500 Tyron Street, Charlotte, North Carolina, 704.596.9007
Fairgrounds Flea Market, 2200 Atlantic Avenue, Raleigh, NC, 919.899.3532
Happy’s Flea Market in Roanoke bills itself as one of the largest and oldest flea markets in Virginia. Part shopping mall and part carnival, this flea market has something for people of all ages. Happy’s Flea Market has antiques, collectibles and a lot of other things.