Flea Markets


Grand Prairie

Spread over 100 acres, this locally renowned Dallas flea market boasts thousands of shops selling everything from tires and tools to jewelry. Over three million shoppers browse the market every year, looking for items like candles, bicycles, art, antiques, collectibles, clothing and furniture. You'll also find delightful state fair-style food and exciting rides. Don't miss special events like the annual chili cook-off, Cajun festival and Holiday Market.

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A Dallas flea market with a decidedly Mexican twist, Harry Hines Bazaar is the place to go for that special item you didn't know you wanted but can't live without. Open Friday through Sunday, the market carries an assortment of clothing, jewelry, furniture, candy and cowboy boots. Be sure to bring an attitude of patience, as parking is limited and the market can get crowded. Crowds aside, you're sure to be rewarded with inexpensive finds!

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Outlying Dallas Suburbs
First Monday Trade Days
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Known as the world's largest outdoor trade days, this Dallas area flea market has been in operation for over 150 years. The market takes place Thursday through Sunday before the first Monday of each month. Spend a day here and you're likely to stumble across handmade jewelry, clothing, arts and crafts and the artists who made them, as well as collectibles, antique furniture and other vintage items.

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One of the more retro antique stores in Dallas, TX, Lula B's certainly lives up to its motto: "Cool stuff for cool people." Offering a variety of vintage fashions and jewelry, movie and music memorabilia, collectible toys and retro kitchen and home decor items, the store invites patrons to spend an afternoon browsing its two-story treasure trove. A second location in the Riverfront Antiques District also serves Dallas-area antique hunters.

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More than 400 vendors offer everything imaginable at this flea market in the Dallas area. In addition to unique gifts, home decor, clothing, accessories, toys, antiques and collectibles, visitors find a playground and a train ride, making Third Monday Trade Days a truly family-friendly attraction. The flea market is open year-round on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday before the third Monday of each month.

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