15 Best Flea Markets In Mississippi

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It’s not just the river that makes Mississippi – a must visit state – it is also the numerous flea markets the state houses. From markets on beautiful parks to inside malls, the flea markets here are in all sizes and places. All antique and bargain lovers head to flea markets regularly, but it can also be great for those looking just to browse. For a colourful day filled with the most affordable things like artefacts and antiques, head to any of the following flea markets. Here is the list of 15 best flea markets in the magnolia state, that are simply unmissable: 

1. Depot Antique Mall 

With over 100 booths featuring antiques, collectibles and artefacts of different kinds, the Depot antique mall is a favourite amongst the locals as well. Located in the same building is the Oxford trading post, which is home to the state’s largest collection of artefacts. Don’t miss this place if you are into all things antique! 

Address: 709 N Lamar Blvd., Oxford. Opening hours: Monday - Sunday, 9:30 am - 6 pm.

2. The Krazy Daisee 

From beautiful home décor to pieces for your garden, from fashionable thrift wear to delicate accessories, The Krazy Daisee flea market has it all. Sprawling across 12000 square feet, this market is truly one-of-a-kind. This one simply can’t be missed. 

Address: 871 Highway 11, Petal. Opening hours: Thursday – Saturday, 9:00 am – 6 pm. 

3. Riverside Furniture and Antique Flea Market 

For anything and everything you would need inside a house, Riverside Furniture and Antique flea market is the place to go. Right from books to glassware, there are intricate antiques for all in huge numbers. This market’s speciality is the various types of delicately carved furniture they have. 

Address: 300 Highland St., New Albany. Opening hours: Daily except for Wednesdays and Sundaya, 9 am – 5 pm. 

4. Canton Flea Market 

Known to be one of the ‘Top Twenty Events in the Southeast’, this seasonal flea market attracts thousands of vendors from all over the country. Held only twice a year, in May and October, The Canton Flea Market has a footfall of over 100,000 visitors flocking in from everywhere. Held in the city’s courthouse lawn, the market’s speciality lies in its unpredictable nature of stalls.

Address: 3332 N Liberty St., Canton. Opening hours: 8 am – 5 pm. 

5. Antique Mall 

One of the most impressive collections of period items and country antiques such as pottery, lamps, collectibles, glassware, Mississippi candles and many more, Antique mall is a collector’s heaven. With over 34 dealers, this mall specialises in just historic items making it a very individualised market for those looking for this. 

Address: 1411 Roebuck Drive, Meridian. Opening hours: Monday – Saturday, 9 am – 5 pm. 

6. Ripley’s First Monday Trade Days and Flea Market 

A unique and wholesome flea market, this huge sale features over 1100 vendors spread across over 50 acres. These grounds even include dining facilities, electrical facilities, showers, laundry rooms and more. Featuring a variety of merchandise, this market is known for its ‘good old Southern Hospitality.’ 

Address: 10590 Highway 15 S., Ripley. Opening hours: Weekend before the first Monday of each month, 5 am – 4 pm. 

7. Flea Market & RV Park at Menge 

From produce to plants, from antiques to furniture, the Flea Market and RV Parge at Menge is known as the largest flea market on Mississippi’s Gulf Coast. The speciality of this market is its size and hence the large variety of things available here. Head here and also grab a bite to eat in one of their many delicious country-style food stalls. 

Address: 8095 Menge Ave., Pass Christian. Opening hours: Every weekend, 8 am – 5 pm. 

8. Hillbilly Mall

An indoor flea market with something for everyone, Hillbilly mall houses over 72 booths. You get one of the largest varieties of merchandise here such as antiques, collectibles, tools, furniture, glassware, tools, games, electronics and more, making it a very diverse market. 

Address: 406 Adams St., Booneville. Opening hours: Monday – Saturday, 9 am – 5 pm. 

9. Tupelo Flea Market and Craft Show 

Another great indoor flea market on the list, Tupelo Flea Market and Craft Show happens twice a month. Known as one of the most impressive flea markets in the state, the market hosts a wide variety of antiques and sellables. Check out their site and plan a trip here according to the events they have like Boat RV, Gun and Knife show and more. 

Address: 1879 N. Coley Rd., Tupelo. Opening hours: Friday 5 am – 9 pm, Saturday 9 am - 7 pm, Sunday 10 am – 5 pm twice a month. 

10. Central Mississippi Flea Market 

If all things vintage is your thing, then head to the Central Mississippi flea market. Covering a ground of over 17,000 square feet, it houses over 52 vendors. The merchandise here includes old signs, bottles, vintage ephemera, tools, vintage glassware, antiques of all kinds and much more. 

Address: 113 North Natchez St., Kosciusko. Opening hours: Wednesday – Saturday,  9 am – 5:30 pm. 

11. Rebecca Rose Flea Market and Boutique 

Considered to be a gem in Richland, the Rebecca Rose Flea Market and Boutique is a family run venture – one that shouldn’t be missed. Some of the merchandise in the 7,000 square feet market includes collectibles, crafts, antique china ware, antiques, military finds, furniture and even clothing and accessories. Although large in size, this market’s speciality is how well organised it is. 

Address: 815 Highway 49 S., Richland. Opening hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 10 am – 4:30 pm. 

12. Trade Days LLC 

Located on a 7-acre plot, the Trade Days LLC is the oldest and largest flea market in Pearl, which is open through the year. It’s most promising feature is that it is spread across both outdoor and indoor spaces, ensuring it remains open rain or shine. Head here for a wide collection of items such as collectibles, jewellery, home décor, antiques and even fresh produce. 

Address: 3064 Highway 80 East, Pearl. Opening hours: Every Saturday, dusk to dawn. 

13. The Lucky Rabbit 

Known as one of the city’s most anticipated events, The Lucky Rabbit is a monthly sale that is open for only four days a month – Thursday to Saturday in the first week of the month. Covering across two floors, this market in downtown Hattiesburg has a unique collection of antiques, furniture, crafts and more. 

Address: 217 Mobile Street, Hattiesburg. Opening hours: 3 pm – 3:30 am. 

14. Flowood Antique Flea Market

If you are looking to do shopping and have some wholesome food at the same time, head to Flowood Antique Flea Market. Specialising in the wide variety of vintage electronics, record albums and delicate jewellery, this flea market is one of the most popular ones in the state. 

Address: 1325 Flowood Dr, Flowood. Opening hours: Saturday 9 am –5 pm, Sunday 12 – 5 pm. 

15. Tri-State Flea Market

A great market if you are looking for some organised shelves of retro record albums and circus goods, Tri-State Flea market is spread across a huge area. Go on here to find a great collection of items such as antique home décor, vintage fabric, intricately made glassware and more. Address: 1004 Old Hwy 72, Corinth.

Opening hours: Wednesday – Saturday, 10 am – 6 pm.

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