Louisiana kills it when it comes to flea markets. Tons of people flock to these marketplaces to find deals on things they didn’t even know existed! We have prepared a list of the 10 best flea markets in Louisiana to give you a head start on your next bargain hunting adventure — and be sure to let us know what exquisite items you find! If you dig this article, you also need to check out our complete guide to fun activities in New Orleans!

Experience Denham Springs Antique Village

Denham Springs Antique Village is home to several art galleries and shops like Brushfire Studio, Cavalier House Books and the Bees Knees. It also hosts the Spring Festival held on the last Saturday of April and the Fall Festival on the first Sunday of October. The festivals draws thousands of visitors who come not only for the shopping experience but also for the arts and crafts, food, entertainment and so much more.

 

Prepare to walk for miles at the Breaux Bridge City Wide Garage Sale

Breaux Bridge is probably best known for its Crawfish Festival held in May but bargain hunters flock here in October for another reason and that is the annual City Wide Garage Sale. Just imagine the many gems you’ll find while walking through hundreds of garage and yard sales in addition to an outdoor flea market. The best place to start your pilgrimage is at Downtown Breaux Bridge.

 

Go bargain hunting at C.J.’s Antiques and Collectibles

Located in “America’s Antique City”, C.J.’s Antiques and Collectibles was first established in 1989. After 25 years, it has grown from just 300 to a staggering 15,000 square feet of antiques and collectibles all in one roof. If that’s not enough, they also host the Annual Inventory Clearance Sale in January so bargain hunters can get the best deals on their favorite items.

 

Discover hidden treasures at Bayou Chic Antiques

Bayou Chic Antiques is Patterson’s hidden gem. With new items every week, shoppers will be delighted to bring home new treasures after each visit. The shop is open from Tuesdays to Sundays.

 

Spot a rare find at Jefferson Flea Market

Another Louisiana best kept secret is Jefferson Flea in Kenner. This marketplace has just about anything and everything. Open daily, visitors can spend hours browsing through antiques, vintage items, furniture, jewelry and a lot of other interesting finds.

 

Check out interesting items at Bayou Town Flea Market

A trip to the historic Breaux Bridge is not complete without stopping by at Bayou Town Flea Market. What was once home to the “Dauterive Hatchery” in the 1940s is now a top destination to shop. Bargain hunters will surely be busy browsing through over 4,000 square feet of antiques and collectibles.

 

Visit the historic Greenwood Flea Market

Greenwood Flea has been serving customers since the 1960s. One of the largest indoor flea markets in Lousiana, it showcases over 150 indoor and 30 outdoor booths. Come rain or shine, this flea market is open every Saturday and Sunday, all throughout the year.

 

Find one of a kind vintage items at Antique Marketplace

The Antique Marketplace was known before in Shreveport as “Campus Collectibles” until the new owners decided to change its name when they acquired the store in 2014. Complementary to the vintage inspired shop, they have also added “Custom Works” and the “Record Shoppe”. In addition, arts and crafts lessons will be held at the “Work Shoppe”.

 

Add something to your collection or start a new one at Timeline Antiques and Collectibles Mall

With over 10,000 square feet in a three story showroom, Timeline is a shopper’s paradise. It has over 20 specialized collections and dealers. Open from Mondays to Saturdays, this is a must stop when in Shreveport.

 

Strike a bargain at River Road Flea Market

Since it opened in 1988, River Road Flea has been one of the best places to go bargain hunting during the weekend. Located in Jefferson, this marketplace has over 4000 square feet of antiques, collectibles, garden pottery and so much more. They’re open five days a week from Thursdays to Mondays.