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Flea Markets Springfield MO – A Complete Guide

Springfield, Missouri is a fantastic destination to add to your travel roster and so are the flea markets in Springfield MO. This welcoming Southern United States city has something for everyone.

With aquariums and interactive museums, plenty of sports field and stadiums (and a Hall of Fame!), and tons of flea markets!

Flea Markets In Springfield MO

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No matter the reason for your trip to Springfield, be it to visit The Fantastic Caverns, explore the possibly haunted Pythian Castle, catch a show at the Gillioz Theater, or just do some shopping, these antique and flea markets Springfield MO will be a perfect addition to your trip!

Where to Shop for Antiques – Flea Markets Springfield MO

One of the best parts about going to flea markets is the exciting potential for finding a hidden treasure or a diamond in the rough. If antiques are your thing, check out these markets that specialise in the sale and restoration (or repurposing!) of valuable artifacts from the past!

Springfield, MO is a historic city, and as such is a prime place to pick up a piece of history all your own and take it home.

Freakin’ Antiquin’ Vintage Market

Freakin’ Antiquin’ is a self-styled “vintage market” located at 2259 East Bennett Street in Springfield, MO. The vibe is predominantly antiques and handicrafts, and the market is home to over 85 booths playing hot to well over 70 regular vendors.

Stop by to enjoy over 10,000 square feet of shopping at fair prices. The market offers a mix of classical antiques and craftily re-purposed former “junk” that has received a new lease on life via art and creativity.

Founded in 2017 by a group of friends united by their love of “junk” antiquities and crafts, Freakin’ Antiquin’ has grown steadily and even successfully weathered the regular business closures caused by COVID-19 that saw the end of many flea markets and other small businesses.

If you’re in the Springfield neighborhood for an extended period, or are even local, Freakin’ Antiquin’ has even more to offer! If craft classes are your thing you will be pleased to know they offer them.

Spots sell out fast so be sure to follow them on facebook or subscribe to their newsletter to find out more!

Gypsy Girl

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Located at 225 East Commercial Street, Gypsy Girl is a vintage experience that focuses predominantly on clothings, furniture, and gifts. You will find everything from flat caps to costume jewelery, antique pianos to dried floral arrangements, oil paintings to novelty dish ware (Marilyn Monroe is a popular subject in several of the website’s display photos).

The shop also offers a range of handmade dresses, essential oils, local artwork, and fair trade items. The range of gifts is really fantastic. There are even small houseplants potted in repurposed glass- and crystal-wares! The whole atmosphere is one of a cozy, crowded attic full of happy memories.

If you want a taste of what you might find before you hit up the physical location, Gypsy Girl maintains a wonderfully curated Instagram feed of their various offerings and displays. Some are single piece profile shots, while others show the shop in all its glory. Check it out!

Kearney Street Antiques – Flea Market Springfield MO

If you’re looking for a classic flea market feel in your antique shopping, look no further than Kearney Street Antiques, located at 2353 East Kearney Street. The shop is home to a fantastic range of collectibles, knick-knacks, and other finds.

The predominant focus is on antiques, but there are some other classic market wares (like tin signs) to be found here as well. Kearney Street Antiques has a focus on Civil War Era collectibles.

Stop by as part of your hunt for a particular piece of furniture or some period china or glassware to fill in incomplete or missing sets. Be sure to ask the proprietors about any other tips they may have for sourcing hard-to-find examples of the time period.

In addition, you can find all manner of classical antique “treasures”. The store stocks baseball cards, for those looking to complete their collections, as well as vintage postcards, jewellery from all periods, general antiques and primitives, and select pieces of furniture as well!

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Indoor Flea Markets Springfield MO

Springfield, Missouri, like much of the South, can get incredibly hot in the summer. At times like this it can be really useful to know which flea markets are indoors, and thus out of the punishing heat! Try one of these options if the temperature is just a bit high for your tastes!

And the indoor flea markets we have found for you here are meccas of opportunity. There are so many treasures crammed into these markets that it could take you days to look through them all! There are just so many options!

Relics Antique Mall & Event Center

Our next offering is the Relics Antique Mall & event Center, located at 2015 West Battlefield Road, which was voted “Best Antique Store” by 417 Magazine, and it’s utterly apparent why as soon as you set foot inside this space. It’s impressive, to say the least, and not just because the place is absolutely massive!

The space features over 90,000 square feet of antiques and collectibles! Relics features over two thousand examples of antique furniture from France, Britain, and the Americas.

Though that is before you count the dedicated home décor section as well! To make things even easier for those who visit, the space is divided into dedicated sections for “antiques” and “fun flea marketing”.

The Event Center can be reserved for weddings, corporate events, receptions, graduations, fund raisers, club and business meetings, and more. With capacity for 500 guests, hosting an event here could be the perfect start to a reunion followed by shopping!

For a partial list of vendors resident in the Antique Mall, you can visit the Relics website for more information! Also, if you find you’ve missed out on stopping by during your trip Relics Antique Mall maintains an eBay store, listing many of the items they have for sale so you need not miss out!

Mike’s Unique Collectable and Antique Flea Market Springfield MO


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Located at 33335 West Sunshine Street, Mike’s Unique Collectable and Antique Flea Market is a massive indoor space filled with more than two hundred and fifty booths and showcases. And the whole space is air conditioned with convenient front door parking! And to top it all off, they are small pet friendly, in case you want to bring your pet along.

Styling themselves as the “beginning of your Ozark adventure,” Mike’s Unique Collectable and Antique Flea Market offers exactly that: both antiques and unique collectibles or one-of-a-kind items. They regularly purchase special collections or household estates so the stock levels are regularly plentiful and interesting.

Mike’s is also a great place to go to support the local community. They maintain dedicated shelves of books by local authors and encourage people to read more about Missouri and the local culture and community. Stop by to find your next big read!

And Mike’s Unique Collectable and Antique Flea Market is open seven days a week, making it a fantastically accessible option to include in your holiday planning.  You can do some advance planning by taking advantage of the shop section of the website, where many neat finds are featured!

Mike also makes it clear that puppies and dinosaurs are always welcome! So come and stop by! See what treasures you can find!

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Downtown Flea Markets Springfield MO and More

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Downtown Springfield is a nexus of shopping and entertainment, so if you’re looking for some great flea market options near to a wide variety of amenities and other entertainment, one of these flea markets might be right up your alley!

The area is wonderfully vibrant and has maintained some truly beautiful period examples of architecture and business. In addition to being convenient, Downtown Springfield is simply just worth visiting on its own merits (though who can resist a bit of shopping, right?).

C-Street Historic District

Springfield’s C-Street Historic District is the city’s first Federal Register Historic District! This unique destination has a amazingly eclectic vibe.

You can watch passing trains from the Jefferson Avenue Footbridge, one of the longest footbridges in America. Perhaps while drinking a coffee or eating a pastry from the nearby chocolate factory or one of the two local bakeries. Or, if you want something stronger, Springfield’s newest microbrewery is also in the district.

The city’s oldest tavern, Lindberg’s, is located here, not far from one of the most beautiful ballrooms in the city. Or, if you’re looking for something even more relaxing in between antiquing, try out a massage at the day spa.

Whatever you’re pleasure, you’re likely to find something to love in the C-Street Historic District!



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Located at 426 W. Commercial Street, Cymphony’s is a specialist vintage boutique where old meets new. They stock a less diverse range of items than your general flea market.

But there is still a great many categories to browse! You can find clothing, jewellery, upcycled  repurposed items, artwork and antiques, as well as home décor items and garden accessories.

Expect a Southern down-home chic vibe. There are many beautiful things for sale, including antique dressers with swivel mirrors and leather chairs. Period lamps with fantastic shades and small items of jewellery both old and new!

The shop also maintains a beautiful instagram page with photo’s of many of the items they currently have for sale. So you can browse a bit in advance. Check the link above to see for yourself! Who knows what treasure you might spot!



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If you want a spot of something to eat or drink while you shop, Gilmore’s, located at 211 E. Commercial Street, is the place to go. Described as “a feast for the eyes and tastebuds,”

Gilmore’s offers lunch items like teas, and pastries and desserts. And that’s before you even get to the sales floor! Gilmore’s is proud to feature an eclectic collection of vintage décor.

In addition several racks of clothing, and a wide array of jewellery, handbags, and more. They also do floral arrangements and have featured special sales on things like flowers or lamps or clothing season dependent.

In addition you can book Gilmore’s for parties, showers, gatherings, bar mitzvahs, or other events! The shop has a dedicated Events Coordinator available. If you wish to make Gilmore’s more than just a stop on your antique or flea market crawl.

They also have a Facebook page where they occasionally post updates to special closures. Like times of inclement weather or the venue being fully booked for private events, check before you go!

The Vintage Peddler

Located at 1432 E. Trafficway Street, The Vintage Peddler is proud to be locally owned and offers industrial, vintage, and re-purposed pieces for both your home and your garden. In addition, they specialise in unique antiques and are a fantastic resource for those looking for particularly hard-to-find pieces.

Spread over 12,000 square feet, The Vintage Peddler is divided into booths or stalls. They host over seventy different small and local vendors. The vibe is mostly industrial vintage, you can find areas that specialise more in shabby-chic, rustic farmhouse, cottagecore, and more!

The indoor area with its stalls and booths has a wide variety of items. Including some clothing, while the garden items can be found outside of the building itself.  It is very worth the time for an extended wander through and around!

The Vintage Peddler also offers free parking and wheelchair access!

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So in conclusion…

Grab your wallet, and check out some of these fantastic flea markets in Springfield MO on your next trip. You’ll be glad you did. And if you’re as addicted to antiquing and exploring flea markets, check out some of our other flea market guides!