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Explore Ohio's Flea Markets - Cutler Real Estate

If you're looking for something interesting and unique, head to one of Ohio's flea markets. You'll find a huge and eclectic variety of items filled with character, and whether you're shopping for yourself or a gift, you're sure to come away with something special. Plus, it's fun to browse and explore all the wares for sale.

Check out the following nine places around Northeast OhioCincinnati, and Columbus to find flea market treasures:

Jamie's Flea Market

46388 Telegraph Rd., South Amherst, OH 44001

Jamie's Flea Market, which bills itself as Northern Ohio's largest, has over 150 inside vendors and over 400 outside sellers. It's a good mix of established sellers plus temporary vendors holding garage or estate sales, so you'll be able to return to your favorite shops yet always have new items to browse through. If you need help navigating through the sellers and finding what you'd like, an office in the center building is staffed and ready to point you in the right direction. The market is open throughout the year on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

Hartville Marketplace & Flea Market

1289 Edison St. NW, Hartville, OH 44632

The folks at Hartville Marketplace & Flea Market must be doing something right since they've been in business for over 80 years. They've moved from their original location to one with 12 acres of outdoor space and 3 acres of indoor shopping. The marketplace also hosts special events such as coin and bike shows throughout the year and has been named a Top 20 Flea Market in the U.S. by Flea Market Insiders.

Four Seasons Flea & Farm Market

3000 McCartney Rd., Youngstown, OH 44505

The Four Seasons Flea & Farm Market is located on the grounds of a large former airport just three miles west of Pennsylvania, so you'll have plenty to explore when you visit. The indoor/outdoor market has 88,000 square feet of indoor space and 22 acres of blacktop. As the market owners say, it's like going to 600 yard sales at once. In addition to flea market finds, including home decor, clothing, toys, and much more, you'll also be able to shop for fresh fruits and veggies, home-baked bread, and other farmers market goodies. The market is open Wednesdays and Sundays year-round.

Peddlers Flea Market

4343 Kellogg Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45226

You'll be able to shop year-round at Peddlers Flea Market, which has provided treasures for more than 30 years. Wear comfortable shoes because if you want to do some serious exploring, you'll have 25,000 square feet to cover inside and 1.5 acres outside. Shop at the 110 indoor booths or 300 outdoor vendors, stopping at a concession stand for food and drink when you need to refuel. With this many vendors, you'll have your choice of unique items, including collectibles, clothing, jewelry, home decor, toys, and more.

The City Flea

1230 Elm St., Cincinnati, OH 45202

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You'll find The City Flea, a curated urban flea market, once a month at Washington Park and other locations from April-December. Currently, in its 12th year, the flea market has attracted many shoppers over the years and now sees thousands attend each market, and some of its sellers have grown from hobbyists to full-time business owners. Vendors sell items that are unique, creative, and visually interesting, including everything from plants to artisan pizzas, so there's truly something for everyone. Even kids can get in on the fun and money-making since some of the markets also feature kids' booths.

Treasure Aisles Flea Market

320 N. Garver Rd., Monroe, OH 45050

Drive north from Cincinnati about 25 miles, and you'll come to Treasure Aisles Flea Market, which covers over 44 acres and has over 500 shops. Make a day of it and enjoy some live music and entertainment on two stages. You can even start your day with breakfast from one of the concession stands and stay to enjoy a hot dog or taco for lunch. The market is open Saturdays and Sundays year-round, and admission costs $2 cash per car.

Westland Flea Market

4170 W. Broad St., Columbus, OH 43228

Open for more than 25 years, Westland Flea Market has over 300 dealer booths in its air-conditioned interior and more than 80 vendors outdoors. The broad mix of vendors sells everything from trinkets to high-end items such as TVs, computers, and antiques. A snack bar is available, serving sandwiches, fries, ice cream, and other treats. The market is also home to a "flealess" version of the market, where flea market owners sell goods for dealers who aren't available. This convenience means that even if one of the dealers is away or their booth is closed, you can still buy from the flea market's owners and employees.

Greater Columbus Antique Mall

1045 S. High St., Columbus, OH 43206

Located close to the Scioto River, Greater Columbus Antique Mall offers five stories of eclectic items housed in an interesting historic building. You'll find everything from glassware to vinyl records to furniture in the mall's unique building, so plan to browse for a while. And although it's called an antique mall, the space also carries vintage items. With such a large number and variety of items available, you're unlikely to leave empty-handed.

South Drive-In Theater and Flea Market

3050 S. High St., Columbus, OH 43207

The South Drive-In Theater and Flea Market shows drive-in movies and serves as the site of a large outdoor flea market. You'll find various goods for sale, including electronics, tools, clothing, vintage pieces, art, and more. The flea market also sells items you'd typically find at a farmers market, such as fresh food, veggies, and freshly baked goods. Visit it on Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday from mid-March to mid-November.

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