If you love a great bargain or just love wandering around a flea market, you should check out Charlotte, North Carolina area's flea markets. The Charlotte area has three well-known, popular flea markets that are open on weekends all year long.
Often referred to as the largest and best flea market in the Charlotte, North Carolina region, the Sweet Union Flea Market has been around since 1982 and with some 300 vendors and both outside and indoor venues has something for everyone. And for you "foodies" out there, lots of great things to taste!
WHERE: 4420 Highway 74 West/Monroe, North Carolina
HOURS: Open Saturdays and Sundays: 8am-3:30pm (rain or shine)
MORE INFORMATION: Check out Sweet Union Flea Market's Facebook Page
Located in Pineville, just on the border of Charlotte, The Barnyard Flea Market is one of the most popular weekend destination places in the Charlotte area. And if Pineville isn't close to you, there's a Barnyard Flea Market north of Charlotte in Dallas, North Carolina. The Barnyard Flea Market features over 500 vendors so here, too, there's something for everyone--flowers, jewelry, gift baskets, tools, computer accessories, food and snack items, and much more.
WHERE: 3674 Hwy 51/Pineville, North Carolina
DIRECTIONS: Bing Maps
HOURS: Saturday: 7am-4:30pm/Sunday: 8am-4:30pm
MORE INFORMATION: Check out The Barnyard Flea Market In Pineville Facebook Page
THE QUEEN BEE FLEA MARKET
Located in southwest Charlotte, The Queen Bea Flea Market, this is a smaller market with about 50 vendors, but gaining in popularity, and featuring clothing items, jewelry, gift items, furniture, and more. And this market is open three days of the week (Fridays through Sundays).
WHERE: 10801 Nations Ford Road/Charlotte, North Carolina
HOURS: Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 8am-4pm
MORE INFORMATION: Check out The Queen Bee Flea Market's Facebook Page
So if you love a bargain, love browsing flea markets, be sure to check out any one of these Charlotte flea markets or check out all of them!