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flea markets: connecticut


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Bethlehem Flea Market: Bethlehem Fairgrounds. From Waterbury, CT, I-84 to Rte 8 N, exit 38 at Waterbury Rd. to Rte. 109 W. at Thomaston, CT, proceed W. past Black Rock State Park to Morris, CT, take Left South onto Rte. 61 to Bethlehem Fairgrounds, about a mile S. of the Intersection of Rte. 109 & Rte. 61. Weekly-20 Saturdays from late April through late Oct. 6am-1pm. 200 vendors with antiques & collectibles, clothing, crafts, furniture, jewelry, toys, stamps/coins, tools, electronics, new & used merchandise, automobiles, RV’s & farm equipment and more. Professional services including massage, reiki and energy healers.
Diane Belford 860 350-5479

Park Avenue Flea Market. University of Bridgeport campus, 125 Park Avenue, I-95 exit 27. Every Sunday starting in April. 6am-4pm. Vendors with collectibles, sports cards, coins, dolls, toys and fine crafts. Paul Bailo. 203.268.7999.

The Cob-Web, junction of Routes 44 & 202, near Rte. 179. Every Sunday, May through Sept. Starts at 8am. 50-60 dealers. Antiques & collectibles, crafts, new merchandise, furniture, jewelry. Dawn or Dolly Rudder. 860.693.2658

Clinton Village Antique & Collectible Flea Market. Clinton Village. 327 E. Main Street. Route 1. 10 am – 5 pm. New market new market featuring quality collectibles, and antiques. Space from $15. (860) 669-3839.

Coventry Flea Market. 44 Lake Street. Junction of Route 31 and Route 275. Hours 9am-4pm. Ample parking. Indoor/outdoor market with approximately 75 dealers. New merchandise, furniture, jewelry, advertising items, antiques, collectibles, crafts, pottery, and used merchandise. Snack bars, restrooms, h/a. Clean market. Space from $12. per day & up. c/p Rose Fowler, 110 Wall St, 06238. (860) 742-1993 or 742-9362. Market open year around.

Risom Mill and Antique Building. 43 Connecticut Ave. 06239. Route 395 (from north) take exit 92 right off ramp. Route 395 from south, take exit 92 left off ramp. Go down to route 12. Take right or head up route 12 North. Take left at Lewis Blvd to end of street and you’re there! Approx 35 dealers. Average daily attendance 100+. H/A. Snack bar. Space from $10. for table and $25. for room. Antiques, collectibles and used merchandise. Must have CT license and tax permit. Can set up Saturday’s from 4pm to 6pm. (860) 774-4973. Open 9-4.

Jenny’s Flea. 102 Chestnut Hill Road. From Rte 2E, take exit 7 and follow signs for Rte 17S. At 2nd traffic light go L on to Chestnut Hill Road. From Rte 2W, take exit 10, go L at exit and on to Manchester Road; R. at stop sign on to New London Turnpike, L. at traffic light on to Chestnut Hill Road and continue for 2 miles. Memorial Day and Labor Day Weekends. 8am-2pm. 30 vendors with antiques & collectibles, books, furniture, jewelry, toys, ephemera, linens, tools, records/VHS tapes, prints/artwork, new & used merchandise. Jenny Palmer. 860.633.8605.

Flea & Swap Market at Hartford Jai-Alai. Every weekend plus holiday Mondays. 9am-4pm. 125-225 vendors. Antiques & collectibles, clothing, crafts, used furniture, jewelry, tools, new & used merchandise, fresh produce. 203.727.4000

College Mart Flea Market. Wedgewood Drive. Market open 9am-4pm year round. Plenty of parking. Average attendance 4,000+. Approximately 150 dealers. Antique to miscellaneous merchandise, crafts. Snack bar, clean restrooms, h/a. Auction every other Friday. Space from $25. Inside and outside, year round. c/p Bob & Sue Leone, Wedgewood Drive, 06351. (860) 376-3935 or 672-6248.

Kent Memorial Library Summer Book Sale
32 North Main Street
Kent, CT
Friday through Sunday from Memorial Day through Columbus Day.
Book lovers should visit Kent, Connecticut, where book sales are held each weekend throughout the summer and early fall. The selection changes hourly and includes books for readers of all ages and interests.

American Legion Post #102 Flea Market. 20 American Legion Drive, just off Rte 83 (Main Street) across from Manchester Memorial Hospital. Every Sunday. 9am-3pm. Vendors with antiques & collectibles, furniture, jewelry, used merchandise, comics and old paperbacks. Chuck Bruder. 860.647.9230.

American Legion Post 102 Flea Market. At American Legion Post 102, 20 American Legion Drive. Seasonally June-November. Call for dates. 10am-4pm. 20-40; 20 vendors inside & 20 outside with antiques & collectibles, books, toys, jewelry and some period pieces, glassware & older merchandise. Gary Gazdzicki, Sr. 860.646.7961.

Eastern Connecticut Flea Market. Junction 31 and 32. Mansfield Drive In Theater. Hours 8am – 3pm. Ample parking. Average weekend attendance 6,000. Approximately 200 dealers on Sunday. Market has well balanced mix of merchandise. Antiques, collectibles, new and used items, toys, sportswear, bric-a-brac. Good food. Restrooms, h/a. Space from $20. tables available. Opening soon on our grounds: Mansfield Marketplace, 15,000 sq ft indoor market. c/p Michael Jungden. 228 Stafford Road, 06250. (860) 456-2578. Every Sunday from the third Sunday in March through Thanksgiving, weather permitting.

Flea Market. Millford Jai Alai. Ample parking. New merchandise, sportswear, house wares, outdoor items, sports cards, tools, toys, collectibles. Snack bar, restrooms, h/a. NOTE: Market is seeking vendors with upscale merchandise. Outside space from $20 & inside space from $25. c/p Alan Finchley, 515 Boston Post Road. Port Chester, NY 10573. (860) 727-1000. Fax (914) 939-5046.

Antique Liquidators Flea Market. 188 Past Road. Ample parking. Good selection antiques, furniture, collectibles, art, prints, vintage clothing, jewelry. Restrooms, h/a, snack bar. Seasonal market open May-September. (860) 877-3371.

Peddlers Market. 1106 New Haven Road. Hours dawn to dusk. Ample parking. Outdoor market with an average of 100 dealers. Antiques, collectibles, new and used merchandise, furniture, house wares, sporting goods. Snack bar, restrooms, h/a. Clean market located in a scenic area. Space from $25. per day. Market open May-October. c/p Thomas Murray, Gunntown Road. 06770. (203) 729-6339 or 729-7762.

Boulevard Flea Market. 500 E. T. Grasso Blvd. I-95 Exit 44 or 45. Hours: 7am to 4pm. Free adm, paid parking. Outdoor market with approx 100 dealers. Market is strong on new merchandise at severely discounted prices. Some collectibles, used merchandise, closeout goods. Space from $25. per day. Snackbar, restrooms, h/a. c/p Manager, 500 E.T. Grasso Blvd, 06519. (203) 772-1447 or (877) 228-7554..

New London Flea Market. 82-84 Truman Street. I-95 exit 83 to Truman Street. Saturday & Sunday, 8am til close. Vendors with antiques & collectibles, books, clothing, crafts, furniture, jewelry, stamps/coins, toys, new & used merchandise. Bill Von Winkle. 860.861.1712.

Elephants Trunk Flea Market. Route 7. I-84, Exit 7. Hours: 6am to 2:30pm. Adm. $1. Ample parking. Approximately 200 dealers, antiques, collectibles, jewelry, new and used merchandise, sportswear, electronics, house wares. Food, restrooms, h/a. One of the area’s older and better markets. Space from $25. c/p Greg Baecker, 23 Deerwood Lane, Woodbury, CT 06798. (860) 355-1448.

Maplewood Indoor Flea Market. Danbury Road. Route 7. I-84, Exit 7, 4 miles north. Hours: 8:30am to 4pm. Free adm, ample parking. Approx 75 dealers. Antiques, collectibles, new and used merchandise. Some very nice collectibles. Space from $30. Snack bars, restrooms, h/a, game room for kids. One of the area largest indoor markets. c/p Manager, 458 Danbury Road, 06776. (860) 350-0454.

Big K Open Air Market. Downtown Newington at junction of Ct Rte 175 & 176 in municipal parking area behind street front buildings. Sundays during April, May and June. 8am-4pm. Between 85-125 vendors with antiques & collectibles, clothing, crafts, furniture, jewelry, books, stamps/coins, toys, musical instruments, televisions, computers, tapes, used cars, new & used merchandise. Alexander Cohen. 860.667.2864.

Between the Bridges Antique & Collectibles Flea Market. 65 Pennsylvania Ave, I-95 exit 74, turn R, 3 mi & market on left. Thursday-Tuesday year round. 10am-5pm. 60 dealers. Antiques & collectibles, used furniture; no new merchandise or crafts. John & Diane Deer. 860.691.0170

Norwich Flea Market. 790 W. Thames Street. Ample parking. Approximately 50 dealers. New and used merchandise, antiques, collectibles, sports items, garage sale items, decorator items. Snack bar, restrooms, h/a. Inside and outside spaces. Spaces from $10. Reservations required. c/p Alan Delfiner. 50 Carrol Ave. 06360. (203) 889-7408.

Old Mystic Outdoor Antique Flea Market. Route 27 and I-95. Hours 8am-5pm. Ample parking. Approximately 40 dealers. Market located in one of America’s most interesting city’s. Good selection here, crafts, art, antiques, collectibles, jewelry, glassware. Snack bar, restrooms, h/a. Outside on black top. Spaces approximately 20 feet long, from $20. Seasonal market. Open March-December. c/p Sonny Hendel. Hendel Building. 06372. (860) 536-0646.

Flea Market at The Crossing. 105 E Main St, Rte 372W, Crooked St Exit I-84. Sat & Sun. 9am-4pm. Vendors with antiques, collectibles, jewelry, furniture, old tools. 860.793.6991

Southington Swap and Shop
May through November
1281 Meriden Waterbury Turnpike, Southington , Ct 06489
Showcase CINEMAS. Next to Truck Stop
Vendors: 70
Phone Number: (860) 628-0077
Hours of operation: Sundays 7AM – 3PM

Plymouth Flea Market. Corner of Route 6 and Seymour Road. Ample parking. Antiques, collectibles, vintage clothing, silver. Used merchandise, garage sale items, crafts. Food available, restrooms, h/a. Highly traveled and visible spot. Open first Friday of April til last Sunday of November. 30 outdoor spaces. $18 per day, $30 for weekend. c/p Manny Bharara, Plymouth Flea Market. P.O. Box 327. Terryville, CT 06786. (860) 582-3097 or 585-1970.

Wrights Flea Market. Route 4. Hours 10am-4:30pm. Ample parking. Indoor market with approximately 40 dealers. Market is mainly antiques and collectibles, some second-hand items and some bric-a-brac. Nice place to find good quality items at very attractive prices. Restrooms, snack bar, h/a. Space from $25. c/p Millie Wright. 149 Wright Road, 06790. (860) 482-1186 or 482-0095.

Redwood Country Flea Market, 170 South Turnpike Road, Wallingford, Every Sat. & Sun. year round! Approx. 60-90 dealers, Ample Free parking, Free admission, Antiques, Collectibles, New & Used items, Sports Items, Tools, Music, DVDs, Produce, Flowers, Clothing, Jewelry, Coins.
Hours: 6 AM to 2:30 PM
Restaurant on premises, indoor restrooms, Our 33rd Year! More info Ken Dubar, 203-269-3500

Flea Market. Corner Aurora Street and Huntington Avenue. Ample parking. New and used merchandise, lots of garage sale items, bric-a-brac, junk, crafts, collectibles, produce. Snack bar, restrooms, h/a. (203) 756-1761.

Westbrook Flea Market. On Boston Post Rd; take I-95 to exit 64 to Boston Post Rd. Sat & Sun from April to October. 8am-4pm. Approx. 50 dealers selling antiques, collectibles, furniture, crafts, new and used merchandise. 860.664.1737

Woodbury Antiques and Flea Market
787 Main Street/Route 6
Woodbury, CT 203-263-2841
Saturdays, mid-March through December, weather permitting
A fixture since 1967, this flea market returns in mid-March each year with about 120 dealers from throughout New England. The event is held on Main Street (Route 6), about 1/4 mile below the junction of Routes 6 and 64, on Saturdays from 5:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. through December. Also visit the 40 upscale antique shops located on Woodbury’s historic Main Street.

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The Canton Cob-Web has been closed for at least five years……


It’s so funny to see the rinky-dink Plainville Flea Market on this list! A must if you’re in the area, but I wouldn’t go out of my way for it.


Anyone want to start a week day flea market in the Stamford Ct area?

Deborah A. Press

An antique and vintage market in Westport, Ct is in the process of being opened beginning in May, 2012. Vendors interested in participating should contact me. It is a fantastic location, great exposure – contact me for additional information.

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