Top 5 Flea Markets In Cincinnati, Ohio

flea markets in cincinnati
Maria Cristina
Maria Cristina 
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Cincinnati, Ohio, the home base of America’s oldest baseball team, is also where the largest Oktoberfest is held every year. Famous film producer Steven Spielberg must be proud of his hometown for it is America’s 29th-largest city and the biggest metropolitan area in Ohio state. This culture-rich economic hub in the Midwest metropolitan area was once settled by Europeans (mostly Germans) and their influence is visible in the town’s multi-faceted architecture and lifestyle. Cincy, or the Queen City as locals would call it, is a town of underground tunnels (where the Germans kept their beer) and 100 murals. Cincinnati chili and goetta are signature dishes that you must try when dining in one of their many restaurants. Here, you’ll find the world’s 167-year-old public market. Read this article to learn about the top flea markets in Cincinnati, Ohio. Check out our list below!

1. Village Flea Market

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Though the venue is small, here you will find a huge treasure trove of pre-loved items as well as unique merchandise that you can buy at a discounted price. The sales staff is very friendly and they are happy to assist you in looking for the items that you need. There are shops, like Party Boxes Galore LLC, that provide hard to find party essentials that will make your engagement or gender reveal party a real hit! Looking for that vintage furniture that will add a whimsical look to your new home? You’ll find it here! Drop by for the best second-hand finds every weekend, and it will be worth the trip.

Village Flea Market

Address: 2095 E Seymour Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45237, United States

Website: Village Flea Market

Opening hours: Sat - Sun: 9am - 5pm (closed from Mon - Fri)

2. Rinks Flea Market

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Posted by RINK’s Flea Market on Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Though Rink’s Flea Market is temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, it was one of the best places to go if you want to buy quality used items at bargain prices. You’ll find 75 vendors under one roof selling used and new furniture, gift items, collectibles, and even a wide selection of Avon products. For a few cents, you can buy a vintage collection of books, scented candles, embroidered items, and Christmas décor. Rink’s is also popular for its wide assortment of candies and snack bars, which is a welcome break from all that shopping! Right now, you can browse through their links to the Avon website, shop online, and have the products delivered to your doorstep.

Rinks Flea Market

Address: 9651 Hamilton Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45231, United States

Website: Rinks Flea Market

Opening hours: Sun & Thu: 11am - 9pm; Wed, Fri & Sat: 11am - 7pm (closed on Mon & Tue)

3. WestSide Market

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

WestSide Market is a seasonal flea market that supports over 100 local businesses in its location in Downtown Cheviot. On special dates, usually big holidays like Fall Fest on September 5 and Halloween on October 31st, the pop-up market opens to local and visiting shoppers and they offer a wide selection of food trucks as well as exciting family-friendly activities. The aim of the organizers is to help the local businesses with the opportunity to earn by providing a venue where they can display and sell their wares at reasonable prices. You will have to subscribe to their website to know when the flea market will be held. They follow strict safety protocols like wearing masks and social distancing during the event.

WestSide Market

Address: 3719 Harrison Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45211, United States

Website: WestSide Market

4. Peddlers Flea Market

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Posted by Peddlers Flea Market on Thursday, April 21, 2022

For over 30 years, Peddlers Flea Market has established its foothold in the community in and around Kellogg Avenue, with one of the best venues where shoppers and vendors meet. The huge facility houses 300 vendor booths outdoors, 110 vendor booths indoors, and several food-and-drink stalls. It’s the perfect shopping place for shoppers on a shoestring budget looking for rare and quality goods like home accents, collectibles, vintage items, accessories, garments, and more. Built with families in mind, there are activities and attractions that will keep the other family members entertained while mom or dad do their treasure shopping.

Peddlers Flea Market

Address: 4343 Kellogg Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45226, United States

Website: Peddlers Flea Market

Opening hours: Sat - Sun: 7am - 5pm; Fri: 10am - 2pm (closed from Mon - Thu)

5. The City Flea at Washington Park

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Once a day every month, Washington Park becomes a venue of one of the oldest and biggest flea markets in Ohio. The City Flee began in 2011 as a small market where the local traders and hobbyists sold their vintage items and artisan food to the local community. Currently in its 9th season, the market has 400 vendors and 1000 shoppers under its tents. The concept is such a success that the original founders, a Cincinnati couple, take the market to other cities on the other days of the year. In Washington Park, however, shoppers get to enjoy shopping in the fresh outdoors on the park grounds with an awesome view of the iconic Music Hall.

The City Flea at Washington Park

Address: Washington Park, Cincinnati, Ohio, United States

Website: The City Flea at Washington Park

Shopping in the Queen City

Flea Market Saturdays
Source: Photo by Flickr user La Citta Vita used under CC BY-SA 2.0

Though some of these vendors are closed or have an elusive schedule of operation due to the COVID-19 pandemic, nothing beats the thrill of shopping at a Cincinnati flea market. Not only will you get your money’s worth, but you will also feel truly gratified when you find that one-of-a-kind item after searching for so long in the market. A visit to one of the top flea markets in Cincinnati, Ohio, will enable you to buy unique souvenirs of your memorable trip to the Queen City!

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