Started in 1955 in a small town about an hour and a half away from Pittsburgh (OH), the Rogers flea market developed from a small barn sale into a weekly 250 acres flea market hosting over 1,600 vendor spaces and welcoming around 50,000 visitors.
Locally known as Rogers Community Auction, the Rogers flea market takes place every Friday and keeps featuring as a top preference in Ohio and an award-winning market.
Among the many items that can be found at the Rogers flea market, shoppers can buy a variety of shabby-chic kitchen furniture, vintage farming tools, silverware, glassware, antique cameras, vintage postcards, retro metal signs, antique garden tools, crockery, coins, and many other gems.
The Rogers flea market operates all year round, but Friday mornings in the summer are generally the best time to visit this flea market. All in all, the Rogers Flea Market is the ideal venue for curious seekers who are ready to spend at least three to five hours in a bustling place filled with treasures.