Louis County’s only indoor flea market, Valley Park Resale and Flea Market is a popular spot for year-round, all-weather bargain hunting. Opened in 2010, the flea is located in the heart of West St. Louis County on Highway 141, and features over 130 vendors, with many new merchants arriving each week. Visitors to the Valley Park Flea will find a huge range of products, including home décor, furniture, antiques, tools, equipment, electronics, clothing and books, as well as collectibles and sports memorabilia. The market also has a great selection of kids’ toys, games, clothing and books, making this a perfect shopping destination for the whole family.
Open daily from 10am, the Springfield Flea Market is one of Missouri’s best indoor markets. Located in Springfield, the large, climate-controlled building is packed with over 180 vendors, with new merchants and stock arriving every week. Alongside the usual bric-a-brac, antiques and collectibles, the popular flea market has a great selection of new and used furniture and clothing. Whether you are looking for a new look for your home, or just a new look for yourself, you’ll find incredible prices and plenty of bargains at the Springfield Flea. Shoppers can feel even better about finding a cheap deal, thanks to the Springfield Flea Market’s ongoing support of the Christian Honduras mission. Running for more than 20 years, Itchy’s Flea Market in Columbia, Missouri, is one for those who like to rake around for a bargain. of merchant selling space, with new items being added daily.
Itchy’s is popular for its low prices and great savings on new and used items, so whether you are looking for a new rug for your home, vintage piece of furniture or a priceless antique, you’re guaranteed to find everything you need at Itchy’s. There is also a selection of handmade goods and gifts, making this an ideal place to pick up a unique present for any occasion. If spending the day rummaging around a traditional flea market is your idea of the perfect Sunday, head for the Wentzville Community Club Flea. Open every Sunday from 6am, this countryside flea market has both indoor and outdoor vendors for all-weather shopping and hosts up to 400 merchants from all over the state and beyond. Shoppers looking for a bargain will love the range of new and used clothing, furniture, books, toys and home décor, and for those who arrive early, there are often rare antiques, collectables and unique memorabilia to be found. The market also has delicious food and drink vendors, making this a great day trip for the whole family to enjoy. Louis’s only indoor, climate-controlled flea, the Grand Slam Market Place is a one-stop shop for all your home, garden and gift needs. Open every Wednesday to Sunday, the large flea market has more than 150 vendor booths, selling everything from antiques to car accessories, new and used clothing, pet supplies, home décor, beauty products, collectibles, computer and electrical items, toys, CD’s, DVD’s and much more. Located in the North County area, the Grand Slam Market Place also has a tasty selection of food vendors, with fresh local produce, snacks and foodie gift items. Opened in 2011, The Old Time Flea Market, in scenic Farmington is a huge flea with one of Missouri’s best selections of discounted new and used goods. The market does have vendors specialising in antiques and collectibles, but it is also popular because of its large range of non-antique related items. In addition to regular flea market items, visitors can also find lighting, electrical and plumbing supplies, hardware tools, painting supplies, work clothes, cleaning and janitorial supplies and storage units. Open seven days a week, vendors regularly rotate, with new products being added daily. The market has also recently turned the basement into a 10,000 sq.ft. showroom, with industrial supplies and discounted items for both home and business use. One of Missouri’s best small fleas, the F & L Flea Market in Centralia is home to just 30 vendors but each offers a unique shopping experience and the chance to pick up some great bargains or gift ideas. The flea market, which is open daily except Mondays, is full of unusual home décor, vintage pieces, antiques, collectibles, jewellery, artwork and more, with new items being added each week. Family owned and operated, the F & L Flea Market has a small town, homely feel and if you’re looking for a special gift, or simply to get inspiration for a decorating project, this is one Missouri flea market you can’t afford to miss. Running for over 36 years, the Joplin Flea Market on Virginia Avenue is one of Missouri’s most popular fleas. With over 200 vendors selling their wares each weekend, from 8am to 5pm, the Joplin Flea is a great stop for anyone looking to find hidden treasure or get a big discount off the retail price. Alongside delicious, local fresh produce, the busy flea market has antiques, collectibles, clothing, electrical items, home décor, cleaning supplies, pet supplies, tools and more. There is also a wide selection of toys, games and musical instruments, meaning you can bring the kids and keep them entertained for hours. Open daily, Flea Mart in Independence, Missouri, is one of the state’s best indoor shopping destinations. With year-round vendors, low prices and a huge range of products to choose from, whatever you need, you’re guaranteed to find it at Flea Mart. Visitors can pick up some tasty local fresh fruit and veg, grab a bargain piece of second hand clothing, find that finishing touch for a home decorating project or rummage for a truly one-off vintage item.
With over 200 vendors to choose from, and snack and drink stalls to keep you fuelled up, no matter what day of the week you visit, you’ll leave with a bargain. In this region, you'll find a lot of antique shops and some of the best flea markets in Missouri. From vintage jewelry to antique furniture, the local antique stores will delight you with their selection and prices. Be sure to stop at unexpected places in small towns around the region!
There are often terrific bargains and some very unusual items. Please note: The list below is as complete and up-to-date as we could make it, but shops sometimes close without much warning. 417-831-1666 Alley Katz Antique & Flea Market 2510-B S. 417-885-0028 Bridgefield Galleries Catfish & Crystal 225 E. 417-327-6268 Doughboy Military Collectibles /Fort Number 5 425 N.