[MUST-VIST] Flea Markets In Vermont

If there aren't any nearby flea markets or yard sales where you prefer to shop, why not? It's time to look into some of the best flea markets in Vermont that you might visit this year.

One of the best flea markets in Vermont is the South Barre Antique Show. There are many things available at this market, which has been open for more than 20 years, including furniture and antique clothing.

The market is always well-run and offers incredible discounts on odd goods. If you're looking for an antique display in Vermont, you won't want to miss this one.

There are also many other events held there, such as farmer's markets, art shows, artisan fairs, and auctions.

The Johnson & Wales University Flea Market is one of Vermont's most well-known flea markets. Vendors offering everything from baked foods and homemade crafts to antiques and collectibles may be found at the market, which is open from May through October on the first Saturday of each month.

There is also a lunch truck there all the time. This is the location to go if you're looking for something else than typical items like plants or textiles, but not if you're looking for fresh fruit.

Looking for the perfect gift? Or maybe you only need a little to give your place a prettier appearance. In any case, the Brattleboro Winter Market will have it. At this market, more than 100 vendors sell everything from handmade pottery to vintage items.