Flea Markets in the Litchfield Hills Last Updated 3/21

Wake up the scavenger in you with a trip to any or all of the fascinating flea markets sprinkled throughout the Litchfield Hills. There is a skill in spotting that perfect piece, hiding in a corner or tucked behind four other interesting items, but you will become a pro in no time. Whether you are on a mission to find something specific, or something whimsical that tickles your fancy, the fun is in the hunt; the reward is in the discovery. It’s a great way to spend a few hours, a day, or weekend, and you may wind up taking home a unique treasure you just can’t live without. Here are some flea markets you won’t want to pass up.

And be sure to check with each location before venturing out, as hours may change due to COVID-19.

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Bethlehem Indoor Flea Market, Bethlehem

The Bethlehem Indoor Flea market is a family-owned business, located in scenic Bethlehem, offers an array of eclectic merchandise at the lowest prices around, stocking everything, and they mean EVERYTHING, from children's toys and books to automobiles, refrigerators and so much more. If you're looking for it, chances are they have it!

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New Brunswick Flea Market, Torrington

The New Brunswick Flea Market is located in a 55,000 square foot rustic manufacturing building in Torrington, and gives visitors a truly authentic buying experience, with vendors and customers bringing the market to life. Dealers all across New England sell hand-picked treasures, offering customers a pretty sure bet of finding that “special something” to take home.

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Wright’s Barn & Flea Market, Torrington

The Wright’s Barn & Flea Market is a multi-vendor antiques and collectables market is open year round, with over 10,000 square feet of displays and now including a cafe. This former dairy barn has more than 40 available spaces. 20 of the current dealers have been at the barn from two to 20 years, specializing in various antiques and collectibles, including furniture, jewelry, paper goods, books, china and glassware, Victorian-style artwork plus tools, garden implements, and reproduction period pieces from the 1920s-1960s.

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Housatonic Trading Company, Bantam

Open Friday through Monday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., the Housatonic Trading Company is a online and in-store destination, located in an antique 19th Century Flynn & Doyle Carriage and Slay Factory Building, and offers fine art, antiques, home furnishings, objet d’art, and unique finds. They also regularly feature live and online auctions that provide a fun and exciting way to acquire new furnishings, decor and art.

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Collinsville Antiques, New Hartford

One of New England's largest multi-dealer antiques and collectibles shop, Collinsville Antiques has over 22,000 square feet of floor space on a single level, with more than 100 dealers offering an eclectic mix of antiques, collectibles, jewelry, stained glass, lighting, musical instruments and LPs, plus tons of just plain cool stuff. There is something for everyone, even the kids, including a 1950s television converted into a fish tank, a collection of toy trucks, super cool LEGO figures, a movie ticket booth and so much more.

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Maplewood Indoor Flea Market, New Milford

Recently renamed the A.T.T.I.C. Marketplace, this small indoor facility is right next to the Elephant’s Trunk, and worth a visit. A lot of collectibles are packed into a smaller space, loads of comics and cards, plus books, Pyrex, and vintage decorations. Open on weekends from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

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Woodbury Antiques & Flea Market, Woodbury

The Woodbury Antiques and Flea Market has grown to become one of the best kept secrets in Connecticut. This is a smaller outdoor market, selling all types of merchandise, with an emphasis on early items and antiques, furniture, electronics, clothing and much, much more.

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Elephant’s Trunk, New Milford

Since 1976, Elephant's Trunk, a massive outdoor flea market has become a popular New England tradition for treasure hunters, antique collectors, farmers, foodies, up-cyclers, deal seekers and entrepreneurs looking for a truly authentic flea market experience. Typical Sundays feature more than 500 vendors and an ever-changing mixture of food trucks from all over the east coast. Even if you have not been here, you have seen it, on popular home decorating television programs like Flea Market Flip™.