Hartville Marketplace & Flea Market is a shopping experience one has to see to believe. What began as a local livestock auction in 1939 has become one of Ohio’s largest flea markets and a true antique collector’s paradise. Located in the small town of Hartville, at the core of the Amish country, the Hartville Flea Market is a true shopping Mecca. If you happen to be in Ohio, driving on Route 619, then nothing should stop you from exploring one of the best US flea markets.
From antiques, collectibles, old hand tools, clothing, and home décor, to fresh produce, meats, and cheeses – this flea market offers something for everyone. With more than 800 seasonal merchants spread over 12 acres, the choice of antiques & vintage items sold at the Hartville Flea Market is stunning. And, what’s best: the vendors offer reasonable prices and, some say, with a bit of skilled haggling you may score incredible bargains at this Ohio flea market.
Next to the Flea Market is the new Hartville Marketplace, an indoor market focusing on fresh produce and restaurants. So vintage enthusiasts who happen to be gourmets will find a foodie paradise at the Hartville Marketplace and Flea Market. There are even one of Ohio‘s best Amish restaurants directly attached to the market.