Connecticut Flea Markets Worth Checking Out

Hunting and gathering second-hand treasures

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4. Wright’s Barn and Flea Market

Wright Road, off Rt 4, Torrington
Open Saturdays and Sundays year-round, 10am-4:30pm
In business for over 30 years, Wright’s Barn is the place to find antique and vintage items such as furniture, lighting, china and glassware, artwork, books, jewelry and more. You won't leave empty-handed after scouring two floors and 10,000 square feet of inventory.

5. Knights of Columbus Bi-Annual Flea Market

Island Beach Parking Lot, Arch Street, Greenwich
This popular flea market happens twice a year in May and October. Local dealers bring vintage and antique goods, it’s a great place to score tabletop items, vintage linens and occasional furniture. Visit website for dates.

6. Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Old Fashioned Flea Market

295 West Ave., Norwalk; 203-838-9799
Usually held in September this market draws about 80 dealers and features antique and classic cars, children’s entertainment and plenty of food. As for the merchandise you'll find antique and vintage furniture, household items, jewelry, clothes, and more.

Bonus: Fairfield Warde High School Flea Market

FWHS Flea Market on Facebook »
755 Melville Avenue, Fairfield
FWHS flea markets are held the third Sunday of the month from April through October.
At this flea market you'll find a variety of goodies old and new, antiques and vintage; comic books, jewelry, and a variety of home decor items.

Now that you know where to go, all you need is a comfy pair of shoes, a truck and plenty of cash. Happy sale-ing!




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