7 Best Flea Markets In Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - Updated 2022

flea markets in pittsburgh
Maria Cristina
Maria Cristina 
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The three great rivers – Monongahela, Allegheny, and Mississippi, meet at some point. That would be at the Ohio River in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The picturesque landscape this convergence creates can be seen from the city’s downtown Point State Park. Pittsburgh, the “City of Bridges” and “The Steel City”, is also the Allegheny County’s county seat. Located in Western Pennsylvania, the 66th largest US city is also an established art, education, industrial, and health center. It claims the biggest collection of Andy Warhol’s art archived in a museum. Its flourishing art scene is all over downtown, enticing all kinds and ages of tourists from the world over. Their appreciation for art is not only seen in their gardens and museums. A lot of antiques and rare artworks can also be found in their flea markets. Visit these best flea markets in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, listed below for a better appreciation of their heritage.

1. Neighborhood Flea (2nd Sundays May - October)

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

This flea market is temporarily suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, once the situation is better, shoppers will definitely trek back to this pop-up outdoor flea market that is held every second Sunday, from May to October. Check back on their website for their seasonal schedule. During the regular season, it attracts as much as 250 people who shop for food, handicrafts, vintage stuff, and collectible items as well as furniture. While shopping, you can dance to the tunes played by the resident DJ or enjoy watching the live performances. This event is held in the Strip District neighborhood, at the Railroad and 26th street.

Neighborhood Flea (2nd Sundays May - October)

Address: 26th Street and, Railroad St, Pittsburgh, PA 15222, United States

Website: Neighborhood Flea

Opening hours: 10am - 3pm

Nearby Flea Markets

2. Trader Jack's Flea Market

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

Posted by Trader Jack's Flea Market on Sunday, October 17, 2021

Trader Jack’s is one reason to look forward to weekends. It’s open on all weekends of the year. This huge indoor and outdoor flea market is a good source for all occasion gifts, fresh produce, fishing and camping gear, pet supplies, Christmas decorations, and sporting goods. Thirsty from all that shopping? Then, grab a cold bottle of beer and have some snacks at the Black & Gold Sports Bar and Concession Stand. You can even watch a sporting event while taking your break. The flea market is right beside Trader Jack’s Storage, which offers affordable rates for their storage units.

Trader Jack’s Flea Market

Address: 999 Steen Rd, Bridgeville, PA 15017, United States

Website: Trader Jack’s Flea Market

Opening hours: Sat - Sun: 6am - 3pm (closed on Mon - Fri)

3. Rossi's Market Place

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

Posted by Rossi's Flea Market on Sunday, January 31, 2021

One of the fun places to shop for Halloween and Christmas décor is Rossi’s Market Place. It is a pop-up indoor and outdoor flea market, located in North Versailles, about 22 minutes away from Pittsburgh. Come rain or shine, it is open to all every weekend. Aside from old and new Halloween and Christmas décor and costumes, indulge yourself in shopping for antiques, collectibles, and vintage items, at very affordable prices. Come with the kids during the holidays. The yearly costume parade for Halloween is a huge event, where vendors give all the kids in costume, treats and cash prizes. Santa appears during Christmas, so take your kids here to meet him in person. If you are a vendor, you’ll can put up your stall at a reasonable rate here, on a daily and monthly basis.

Rossi’s Market Place

Address: 200 Loews Dr, North Versailles, PA 15137, United States

Website: Rossi’s Market Place

Opening hours: Sat - Sun: 8am - 3pm (closed on Mon - Fri)

4. Miller's Crossing Fleatique, Irwin

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

Posted by Miller’s Crossing Fleatique on Sunday, April 24, 2022

Though Miller’s Crossing is the title of a popular gangster movie, it is also the name of a famous flea market in Irwin, Pennsylvania. The Miller’s Crossing Fleatique is a vast 14,000 square feet (1,300 square meter) indoor space, where a variety of antique dealers, sellers, and collectors meet with their buyers. Their wide selection of vintage furniture and pre-loved items will put a whimsical country-style vibe in your home. Find rare oriental furniture and high-class antiques at very affordable prices. They are open daily to cater for your bargain-hunting needs.

Miller’s Crossing Fleatique, Irwin

Address: 210 4th St, Irwin, PA 15642, United States

Website: Miller’s Crossing Fleatique, Irwin

Opening hours: 10am - 6pm (daily)

5. L & L Fleatique

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

Posted by L&L Fleatique on Wednesday, March 30, 2022

Along Edna Road in Adamsburg is a two-floor building, with more than 150 merchants selling hard-to-find items like vintage furniture, antiques, coins, collectibles, and holiday decorations. Their pre-loved items like clothes, home accents, housewares, doors, and others, are all in very good condition. The sellers restock their inventory every day, so you will have new items to buy daily. The goods are neatly displayed and categorized in rows of cubicles that it is pleasurable to look and explore when shopping. You’ll definitely find an item that will make a wonderful addition to your home decor. Make sure to grab a box of girl scout cookies that they sell in the flea market.

L & L Fleatique

Address: 3 Edna Rd, Adamsburg, PA 15611, United States

Website: L & L Fleatique

Opening hours: Tue - Sun: 10am - 5pm (closed on Mon)

6. Jonnet Flea Market

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Jonnet Flea Market should be on your weekend plans if you are on the hunt for a classy junk. You never know when you’ll find that antique furniture that will add that stylish vintage vibe to your room. Try your luck and drop by Jonnet Flea Market in Blairsville. They sell all kinds of vintage items, including old furniture, appliances, books, accessories, and more. They also sell rare edition toys, clothes, books, and home accessories. They are open only on weekends, so plan your trip accordingly. Two days may not be enough to bring home a huge horde of these treasures.

Jonnet Flea Market

Address: 9912 US-22, Blairsville, PA 15717, United States

Website: Jonnet Flea Market

Opening hours: Sat - Sun: 9am - 4pm (closed on Mon - Fri)

7. Flea-Tique

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

Good Morning Fleatique!!

Posted by Flea-Tique on Sunday, August 19, 2018

For the past 38 seasons, Flea-Tique has consistently ranked among the finest flea markets in Pennsylvania. It covers one of largest areas for an outdoor flea market, in the West side of PA, in the A-K valley. Here, you will find top-notch collectibles and antiques sold by merchants, collectors, and volunteers from the non-profit organization of Allegheny Kiski Valley Historical Society. For this, pets and firearms are not allowed on the grounds while the flea market is open. The proceeds of the sales will benefit the upkeep of the Heritage Museum and Tour-Ed Mine Museum. The event was scheduled to start in June 2020 and last until November 2020, on every 3rd Sunday of the month. The opening was delayed for a month due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Flea-Tique

Address: Ridge Road Tarentum, PA 15084

Website: Flea-Tique

Opening hours: 6am - 2pm (every 3rd Sunday of each month)

Shop for old treasures and bric-a-brac

Flea Market
Source: Photo by Flickr user Jon Dawson used under CC BY-ND 2.0

A visit to the flea market in Pittsburgh is as sacred as tradition. Not only will you find the best vintage goods that speaks about their past and culture, but you also experience what their community is like. Mingling with the friendly locals in the flea markets in Pittsburgh and their neighboring towns allows you to experience their warmth and learn more about their culture. It’s the most valuable souvenir you can take back home with you when visiting the best flea markets in Pittsburgh.

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