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 Virginia Bazaar is one of the largest flea markets in Virginia. Located 20 miles north of Richmond on Interstate 95 the Virginia Bazaar features spaces for hundreds of dealers selling new and used merchandise. The market features plenty of free parking and an indoor food court. The building is climate controlled for comfortable shopping throughout the year.
The Virginia Highlands Festival, which is scheduled for July 23 – August 7, 2011, has been a yearly tradition since 1948. Held in at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains, The Virginia Highlands festival features an enormous antiques market as well as arts and crafts as well as juried competitions, lecturers and artists.
The Shenandoah Valley Flea Market is a fairly new indoor flea market that is open weekly from Thursday to Monday. Located on US Route 11, 2 miles north of New Market, Virginia; this market features antique, vintage collectibles, crafts and a wide variety of other merchandise.
The Double Toll Flea Market is a destination for people from Virginia, Maryland and West Virginia. This flea market, nestled in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia features many dealers and vendors selling everything from antiques and collectibles to old clothes, Beanie Babies and baby booties. The Double Toll Flea Market is a good place to find a good deal. It is open Saturday and Sunday year round and has plenty of free parking and food vendors for your convenience.
Ruckersville Flea Market is located in Ruckersville, Virginia and operates on Saturdays and Sundays. This flea market, co-located with Willie’s Auction House, features new and used items as well as antiques and vintage collectibles.
The Lake County Indoor Flea Market is located in South Hill, Virginia and is a year round flea market that is open Wednesday thru Sunday. This flea market features both new and used items as well as antiques and vintage collectibles.
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.
The Bluemont Fair is an old fashioned type fair that includes everything from antiques, collectibles, arts and crafts as well as live blue grass and folk music, great food and fun for the entire Family. The Bluemont Fair is held once yearly and is scheduled for September 17-18, 2011. Sponsored by the Bluemont Citizens Association, this fairs proceeds many good causes including student scholarships and local service organizations.
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.
The Hillsville Flea Market is sponsored by the VFW Grover King Post 1115. However, this flea market which is held on Labor Day weekend every year has grown over the years and now pretty much encompasses the entire town of Hillsville, Virginia. The Hillsville Flea Market and Gun show draws thousands of vendors almost half a million visitors per year. You can expect to find antiques, vintage collectibles, guns and just about anything else you can think of at this once yearly show. This show is scheduled for September 2-5, 2011.
The 44th Annual Shenandoah Antiques Expo which features over 400 dealers both indoors and outdoors is one of the largest antiques and collectibles markets in Virginia. Held at the Augusta Expoland in Fishersville, the Shenandoah Antiques Expo will take place on May 4-8, 2011. The primary focus of the show is country furniture and Americana, but you can find all sorts of different items at this giant of a show.
The DC Big Flea is the granddaddy of all antiques and collectibles shows in the Washington DC & Northern Virginia metropolitan area. This indoor antique and collectible market held at the Dulles Expo Center in Chantilly, Virginia features 1100 booths, hundreds of dealers and thousands of visitors from around the country. The DC Big Flea offers plenty of free parking and food courts in two building serviced by a shuttle. If you cannot find what you are looking for at the DC Big Flea, you will not find it anywhere.
The Lucketts Spring Antique Market is one of those flea markets you want to put on your calendar early. If you are a flea market aficionado, vintage collector, shabby chic designer or dealer and you have missed this flea market in the past, shame on you. Featured in a Country Home magazine article a few years back, this flea market attracts thousand from across the country and is more like a good old fashioned hoedown. Aside from good deals on antiques and vintage collectibles, Lucketts Spring Antique Market features plenty of great eats and live music to liven up the weekend.