If you’re planning a trip soon to the US (or if you’re already living there and that driving East to West Coast is no big deal for you…), and if you enjoy touring flea markets to find buried treasures, then you should probably take a moment to read this interesting review by Phoebe Assenza for Shelter Pop to get the most of your next adventure at the flea market.
Those of us with a soft spot for nostalgia or a pirate’s-level enthusiasm for buried antique treasures and antiques roadshows, know there are few greater joys than whiling away a Sunday at an overstuffed flea market. If it weren’t for these indoor and outdoor bazaars brimming with vintage finds, we would have a lot less to brag about.
- Page 1: Intro
- Page 2: The Most Famous flea market: The Rose Bowl Flea Market in Pasadena, CA
- Page 3: The Most Picturesque flea market: Alameda Point Antiques and Collectibles Fair, Alameda, CA
- Page 4: The Most Fun flea market: Long Beach Outdoor Antique and Collectible Flea Market, Long Beach, CA
- Page 5: The Coolest Newcomer: Brooklyn Flea, Brooklyn, NY
- Page 6: The Biggest flea market: Texas Antique Weekend, from Fayetteville to Carmine, TX
- Page 7: Honorable Mention: Treasure Mart flea market, Ann Arbor, MI
- Page 8: Other flea markets worth visiting & tips