Flea markets are an awesome combination of flea, discount, vintage, and hard-to-find items. Plus, everyone loves carnival food and shopping! We’ve rounded up a big list of flea markets in San Antonio so when you’re ready to thrift, we’ve got you covered.
Read on for our Guide to the Essential San Antonio Flea Markets:
This weekend market is really a village- a Texas-Sized Village! Open every weekend with frequent special events, this is one of the best places to find affordable clothing, trinkets, leather goods, collectibles, arts and crafts, and more. If you can think of it, they probably have it for sale at this huge flea market. They also have snacks, drinks, and a carnival with amusement park rides the kids will love! Admission is always free and parking is just $4!
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Known as the largest indoor flea market, this is a great place for clothes, hats and accessories, jewelry, records, even produce, and more. Admission is always free.
The King of Bargains awaits you. Unlike other flea markets, this one is open on more than just the weekends. You can get in for free Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday from 6 am to 5 pm. There are over 2,000 vendors, plus free parking.
Open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday with free admission and free parking, you can shop awesome deals and grab a bite to eat three days a week. They’re open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 10 am- 6 pm.
This is a small San Antonio flea market best suited for people looking to buy small animals. They have chickens, rabbits, goats, and dogs. They also have other pop up vendors from time to time with items like produce. Admission is just $1.
When you think of flea markets, you might not think of professional but that’s exactly what these folks are. Shop a variety of home decor, jewelry, clothing and accessories, antiques, plants, prepared foods, direct sales, and much more. They also serve food and booze. They’re open Saturdays and Sundays from 7 am to 5 pm. Admission is free, parking is just $2.
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