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The Reston Market, Herndon, Virginia

The Reston Market is a weekly flea market that is held in beautiful Lake Anne Plaza in Reston, Virginia just outside the Washington, DC beltway.  This market attracts many quality antiques and collectibles dealers, arts and crafts vendors, and is co-located with the Reston Farmers Market.  The Reston Market features some great vintage and modern jewelry as well as vintage collectibles.  Additionally, it is surrounded by many unique boutiques, stores and charming eateries.

The Lucketts Fair, Leesburg, Virginia

The Lucketts Fair is another great event that is usually held in August in the picturesque hamlet of Lucketts, Virginia.  The fair normally includes an antiques, collectibles and craft section; and attracts many quality dealers and hundreds of people from the Mid-Atlantic region.  Aside from the rides, live music and food, the Lucketts Fair features many shabby chic antiques and home décor as well as vintage porcelain, china and pottery.  Proceeds from the Fair help benefit the Old Lucketts School building and preschool and camp scholarships.

Springfield-Franconia Lions Club Flea Market, Springfield, VA

The Springfield-Franconia Lions Club Flea Market is held several times a month at the VRE Commuter Parking Lot in Springfield, Virginia.  It attracts many antique and collectibles dealers and hundreds of visitors from the Washington DC metro area.  The Lions Club Flea Market features some reasonably priced antiques and collectibles for those trying their hand at designing on a dime.  There is plenty of free parking and the market is surrounded by eateries and shops.

Purcellville Town Wide Tag Sale, Purcellville, Virginia

The Purcellville Town Wide Tag Sale is normally held on Columbus Day weekend in October.  This event does not only feature an antique flea market but the whole town gets into the act with many yard sales throughout the town and a centralized vendor lot at Fireman’s Field on Main Street.  Additionally, Purcellville Town Wide Tag Sale is situated in the picturesque town with many great shops, boutiques and eateries.

Manassas Fall Jubilee, Manassas, Virginia

The Manassas Fall Jubilee is usually held in October in historic Old Town Manassas, Virginia. This is a family oriented event that features live music and performances as well as a Farmers Market and a Wine Garden wine tasting event.  Among the attractions is an Arts & Crafts market the features many local area craftsmen and artisans. 

The Lucketts Spring Antique Market, Leesburg, VA

The Lucketts Spring Antique Market is an annual event that is usually held in May. This outdoor and outdoor antique flea market attracts many quality dealers and thousands of visitors from around the country. It has been featured in a Country Home magazine. In addition to antique and shabby chic furniture, the Lucketts Spring Antique Market features vintage glass, rugs, clocks and many other collectibles in addition to plenty of great eats and live music.

DC Big Flea, Dulles Expo Center, Chantilly, Virginia

The DC Big Flea is the granddaddy of all antiques and collectibles flea markets in the Washington DC & Northern Virginia metropolitan area.  This indoor antique and collectible market is held several times a year at the Dulles Expo Center in Chantilly, Virginia and attracts hundreds of dealers and thousands of visitors from around the country.  The DC Big Flea features antique furniture, vintage pottery, china and porcelain as well as vintage toys, advertising, and art glass.

The Fredericksburg Big Flea Market, Fredericksburg, VA

The Fredericksburg Big Flea Market is normally held in February and is run by the same folks that run the DC Big Flea.  It is held at the Fredericksburg Expo and Convention Center and normally attracts hundreds of dealers and thousands of people from the Mid-Atlantic region.  The Fredericksburg Big Flea Market feature antique and period furniture, vintage advertising and toys as well as antique clocks, rugs and lighting. 

Treasures on the Turnpike, Aldie, Virginia

Treasures on the Turnpike is part of a larger event known nationwide as the Route 50 Yard Sale or “The Nations Yard Sale.”  It is normally held in May the Village of Aldie holds a village wide Flea Market and Yard Sale which attracts many quality dealers and craftsmen as well as thousands of people from the Washington DC metro area.  Treasures on the Turnpike features antique furniture, vintage porcelain and pottery as well as vintage and estate jewelry, sterling and collectibles.

Boy Scouts Annual Flea Market, Springfield, Virginia

Boy Scout Troop 980 usually holds their Annual Flea Market in late April or earlyMay in Springfield, Virginia.  This is another one of those markets that is for a good cause, and benefits the Boy Scouts. The Boy Scout Annual Flea Market normally attracts hundreds of vendors selling everything from antiques and vintage collectibles to beanie babies, vintage and modern jewelry, clothing and shoes. 

Civitan Club of Arlington Flea Market, Arlington, Virginia

The Civitan Club runs the Arlington Civitan Open Air Market on the first Saturday of each month from April thru November.  This outdoor flea market is held at the Municipal Parking Garage on Quincy Street in Arlington and attracts about eighty dealers and about a thousand visitors each month.  The Arlington Flea Market features an eclectic mix of antiques, collectibles, new merchandise, jewelry, children’s items as well as household items and décor.

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NOVA-Antiques does not manage, own, promote or operate the flea markets listed on this page.  Although we try to verify all listings prior to publication, there are times that date, location and times changes are made by owners and promoters that are not communicated to us in a timely manner.  It is a good idea to check to make sure the event is still on before embarking on a journey.  All inquiries about these flea markets such as place, directions and time should be directed to the promoter, owner or manager of the show. 


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