13 Best Flea Markets in Wyoming

By Veronica Delacruz on May 31, 2018
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Though originally the phrase flea market came from the French phrase marché aux puces, referring to a specific market in Paris selling the kind of second-hand goods that might be flea infested, today the concept of Flea markets is as happening and hot as any other shopping scene.

In any corner of the globe, these flea markets are the lucrative haunts for most antique lovers and junk or reused collectible shoppers. These intriguing and independent markers offer an unthinkable range of everything old, classic, vintage, rusty, revamped, remodeled and more. Yet the prices in flea markets are so affordable that these spaces remain a hot favorite for any local and tourist buyers to any city. The state of Wyoming owns a large number of stunning, creative and lucrative flea markets constantly luring antique and junk lovers. Here are our handpicked 13 Best Flea Market in Wyoming, United States.

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1. Eclectic Elephant Antiques

This one indoor flea market mall in downtown Cheyenne that remains the capital city's most unique flea market featuring eclectic antiques and vintage collectibles. They are a sprawling market featuring over 40 dealers selling a vast range of items from High and low-end jewelry, second hand revamped furniture, Bella Renovare Furniture, old radios, Wilson journals, and rare objects from the 50s Mid Century, the Military, the Advertising industry and much more.

The market is open on all days except Monday. They even host some of the very popular special events such as the Summer Sidewalk Sale and the Spring Garage Sale.


112 W 18th Street

Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001

Contact: (307) 638-2588

Email: electicelphant307@gmail.com 


10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday

12 noon to 6 p.m. Sunday

Monday closed

2. Havens Treasures Flea Market

This is another popular capital city indoor flea market and junk shop running all year round. It hosts varied counters selling antiques, gift items, junk, second hand souvenirs and collectibles and is frequented by both locals and tourists to the capital city of Wyoming.


312 W 17th St

Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001

Contact: (307) 632-5330


3. Super Flea Market

Organized and run by Casper Antique & Collectors Club, this market is the largest indoor annual flea market of Wyoming. It takes place in the month of March and is held at the Central Wyoming Fairgrounds Industrial Building.  Super Flea Market is by far the most popular flea market in all of Wyoming. It has a minimal entry fee of $2.


2011 Fairgrounds Road 

Casper, Wyoming 82604

Contact: (307) 234-2963

Timing: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

4. CY Antique Mall

Another much well known all-year-round indoor flea market and vintage mall in Casper, selling antique and unique artefacts is Casper’s Flea market. Hosted in CY Antique Mall, the market remains open all seven days of a week and is a popular destination for all kinds of tourists and local buyers.


CY Antique Mall

1905 Cy Ave

Casper, Wyoming 82604

Contact: (307) 237-2293


10 a.m. to 5 p.m. from Monday to Saturday

12 noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday

In the peak season between Memorial Day through Labor Day, this market closes an hour later, at 6 p.m.


5. Auntie Q Antiques

Auntie Q Antiques is as unique a flea market as it can get in the city of Cody. It is a 4000 square feet vast two storied vintage store and indoor antique selling market in the Mountain View area. The store houses unique oak, pine and walnut wood painted furniture, small collectibles, antiques and more. 


2350 Mountain View Dr

Cody, Wyoming 82414

Contact: (307) 272-1449

Email: auntieq@bresnan.net


10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday

9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday

Sunday closed

6. The Gypsy Market

This annual vintage flea market hosted at South Lawn of the Park County Complex in Cody is another popular flea market frequented by both local buyers and tourists. 

The store houses vintage collectibles, antiques and unique handcrafted items. The market is an annual one remaining open every second Saturday of the month from June through September.


1501 Stampede Avenue

Cody, Wyoming 82414

Contact: (307) 868-9232

Email: gypsymarket@tctwest.net

Timing: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Saturday, June to September


7. Antique World and Flea Market

Antique World and Flea Market, is open year-round but it bustles even more 

during the summers and spring time. It is a vast space featuring both outdoor and indoor markets. Outdoor area hosts the varied vendors while indoor offers pure antiques. 

This Buffalo flea market is a favorite among locals and visitors as it offers almost everything vintage, revamped and junk, from used bikes to second hand books, revamped furniture to antique figurines.


11111 Main Street


Buffalo, Wyoming 82834

8. Lovin Junkin Show

This flea market, named Lovin Junkin Show is geared towards featuring “the love of junkin(g)” as their website declares.  This market is a fun combination of market and vintage shows that are held in a parking lot and pulls huge local and national visitors.  They house antiques, unique repurposed items, rusty junk and every other old and odd collectible. This annual flea market event happens during Buffalo's Longmire Days. 


Annie's Antiques

44 S. Lobban 

Buffalo, Wyoming 82834

Contact: (307) 620-5289

Email: anniesantiquesllc@gmail.com

Timing: 9 AM to 4 PM

9. Treasure Chest Flea Market

This flea market hosted by Treasure Chest Antiques & Collectibles is an indoor mall and flea market selling unique antiques. The spacious indoor store features Vintage Collectibles, Quality Antique, Western items, Stringed Instruments and some of the unique Horn Chandeliers built by local artists.


76 S Main St

Buffalo, Wyoming 82834

Contact: (307) 217-0144

Email: treasurechest@actaccess.net


10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Saturday

Sunday closed


10. My Junk Your Trunk Flea Market

Just as unique as the name, this flea market too is unique, in being one of the rare combination of both an outdoor and Indoor flea market. The indoor market operates every week from Thursday to Sunday, while on special Saturdays hosting swap meet the flea market shifts outdoors.  

The market hosts over 50 vendor booths selling a widest array of great finds ranging from sunglasses to roasted coffee, old jewelry to jars of Jams and pickles and balloons and more.


108 South Burma

Gillette, Wyoming 82718

Contact: (307) 680-1161


10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday to Sunday


11. Bart's Flea Market

This unique flea market is Laramie area houses some of the best and bizarre junks and antiques ranging from Viking gears to furby, old sweaters to sewing machine, dragons to glass windows and even hosts themed store collectibles such as the Native American exhibition and the Murphy's Mountain jewelry. They also bring in a gorgeous collection of glass crockery and house plants to hard woods for sale.

The market is open all round the year and seven days a week.


2401 Soldier Springs Road

Laramie, Wyoming 82070

Contact: (307) 745-2036

Email: laramiebarts@gmail.com

Timing: 10 am to 6 pm Monday to Saturday

10 am to 5 pm Sunday


12. Behind the Picket Fence

With the theme of "Re-make, Re-use, Re-do" from the host Red Shed Redo, the annual flea market named Behind the Picket Fence is a unique endeavor featuring vintage art and craft collectibles.

This market is annually hosted around April, at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds and it sells some of the intriguing items, antiques, junks and collectibles.


1753 Victoria St. 

Sheridan, WY 82801

Contact: (307) 674-6023

Email: redshedredos@outlook.com

Timing: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

13. Born in a Barn Creative Sales

Born in a Barn is an annual barn sale version of flea market hosted by creators Brian and Shelley Kinnison. The barn sale houses rare antique, vintage items, upcycled usable and handcrafted goods. 

It's a very popular destination for all kinds of artists, creators and appreciators of the vintage, antique, rare and rustic. Besides rusty, chipped, vintage, antique and handmade collectibles, buyers can also choose from a wide variety of old re-done furniture, handcrafted jewelry and hundreds of other unique pieces of treasure. The barn is one-of-a-kind piece hosting 75 hand-picked vendors and its annual sale happens on the second weekend of September each year.


Born in a Barn

415 Highway 14

Sheridan, Wyoming 82801

Contact: (307) 752-6103

Email: borninabarnwyo@gmail.com

Timing: 10 am to 6 pm, second weekend of September

The flea markets in the state of Wyoming bustle with buyers, tourists, antique lovers and local sellers, artisans, patron alike. The shops are dazzling bright with colorful items, both vintage and handcrafted and at very affordable prices. That is why no serious shopper or tourist can consider their trip to Wyoming complete without visiting some of these most popular flea markets.

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  • Any pianos for sale or free in Cody, WY area?

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