Rare things are the norm at a typical Georgia flea market, and that is what makes them awesome. If you are struggling for ideas on what you should do next weekend, the local flea market is the answer! Dig into our list of the 10 best flea markets in Georgia — we guarantee you will be thankful you did. After getting your flea market fix, take a look at the other places to see in Atlanta!

Discover rare finds at Lakewood 400 Antiques Market

Lakewood 400 is an upscale market known for its wide array of fine antiques and collectibles. It has been named as one of the “Best in America” by the Huffington Post and USA Today. It is open to the public on the third weekend of the month except in December when it hosts the Annual Antiques and Gifts Show on the first weekend.

 

Go treasure hunting at Scott Antique Markets

Dubbed as “America’s Favorite Treasure Hunt!”, Scott Antique Markets has expanded from Atlanta, Georgia to Columbus, Ohio and now to Washington Court House also in Ohio. The Atlanta show features over 3,500 booths of antiques and collectibles. It is held at the Atlanta Expo Center from Thursdays through Saturdays on the second week of every month.

 

Strike a bargain at Village Flea Market

A hidden gem in Stone Mountain, Village Flea is home to hard to find collectibles and high end art and crafts at bargain prices. This outdoor market is free to the public. Shoppers are welcome to go bargain hunting from Wednedays to Sundays.

 

Bring the whole family for a weekend of fun at Pendergrass Flea Market

Located northeast of downtown Atlanta, Pendergrass is the nation’s largest indoor flea market and a top entertainment destination for the entire family. Shoppers will surely take delight in navigating through over 700 booths and more than 500 vendors. Aside from the endless shopping opportunties, there are also entertainment and special events all throughout the year.

 

Find anything and everything at Smiley’s Flea Market

Smiley’s is probably Georgia’s largest flea market with over a thousand selling spaces. This Macon marketplace attracts about 10,000 to 15,000 people every weekend. You can find almost anything and everything under the sun at Smiley’s.

 

Hunt for bargains at Keller’s Flea Market

In 1985, Keller’s first opened with just 60 stall spaces. Thirty years later, it has grown to over 400 retail stalls plus six food concessions, showers for travelling vendors, ATM machines, RV and bus parking, and even a barber shop. Shoppers are welcomed to check out the unique items at bargain prices on Saturdays and Sundays.

 

Spend the day at Bill’s Flea Market

Lithia Springs is home to Bill’s Flea Market since it was established in 1977. It has over 400 outdoor booths featuring a wide variety of products and services. And if you get hungry while bargain hunting, there’s a concession stand conveniently located in the middle of the market serving fresh Southern BBQ sandwiches, chips, hot dogs, nachos, drinks and a lot more.

 

Make “My Favorite Place” your favorite too

Pretty sure after visiting this aptly named shop you will also call it your favorite place. Chamblee’s “My Favorite Place” is a combination of an antique store and a traditional flea market because of the numerous vintage and one of a kind items you can find but at budget friendly prices. They’re doors are open daily and admission is free.

 

Explore the Barnyard Flea Market

The Barnyard Flea Market has been welcoming customers for more than 20 years. Aside from the one in Atlanta, it has four other locations in the South East. Over 500 vendor spaces are found in each of these markets and they’re open on Saturdays and Sundays.

 

Practice your haggling skills at Bargainville Flea Market

When in Lake Park, be sure to visit Bargainville Flea Market. This open air market is home to over 150 vendors showcasing new and used items as well as fresh produc. They’re open on Saturdays and Sundays, rain or shine.