Top 9 Flea Markets and Vendor Fairs Draw Crowds in Cincinnati's Tri-State Area

Cincinnati's Tri-State area hosts nine popular flea markets and vendor fairs, showcasing local small businesses and artisans. These events offer a vibrant shopping experience, featuring unique goods and services from over 100 vendors and artisans.

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Top 9 Flea Markets and Vendor Fairs Draw Crowds in Cincinnati's Tri-State Area

Top 9 Flea Markets and Vendor Fairs Draw Crowds in Cincinnati's Tri-State Area

Cincinnati'sTri-State areaboasts a thriving community of local small businesses and artisans showcasing their unique goods and services at nine popular flea markets and vendor fairs. These events offer a vibrant shopping experience while supporting the region's diverse talent.

City Flea, known as "Cincinnati's original curated, urban flea market," has been running since 2011. Held monthly in Over-the-Rhine's Washington Park and other locations, it features dozens of vendors selling clothing, locally made jams and honeys, jewelry, decor, art, and more.

WestSide Market, located in Westwood Town Hall, is held on the first Saturday of the month from May to September. It hosts over 100 local businesses, food trucks, and vendors such as Wendigo Tea Co., Blush & Bubbly, and Lexi Lou's Crafting Co.

The Burlington Antique Show, celebrating its 43rd year in 2024, is "the Midwest's premier antiques and vintage collectibles show." Held monthly from April to October, it features over 200 antique dealers offering items such as vintage cameras, bourbon barrels, pottery, and decor. Admission is $5 per person.

Hamilton Flea, a curated artisan market in Hamilton's Marcum Park, is celebrating its seventh season this year. Held monthly, it features food trucks, local craft beer, and vendors selling hand-crafted soaps, bourbon barrel decor, gourmet dips, leather goods, and more.

Trader's World Market, known as the Midwest's"largest and most colorful market,"opened in 1984 in Lebanon. With 16 buildings housing 850 indoor and 400 outdoor vendor spaces, it offers a vast array of antiques, art, collectibles, and more every Saturday and Sunday.

The O.F.F. Market at Blue Ash's Summit Park brings together small businesses, artisans, brewers, bakers, and farmers each month. Past vendors have included Ehle At Lunch, Summer Rain Collective, Parisian Pantry, and Bardot Bow.

Treasure Aisles Flea Market in Monroe is a "bargain hunters paradise" spanning over 44 acres. Open every Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., it offers shopping, food options, and live music on two stages.

Art on Vine hosts over 80 vendors and artists each month at various locations like Court Street Plaza and Rhinegeist Brewery. Featuring handmade goods, art, clothing, jewelry, and pottery, a portion of artist fees goes toward OTR Community Housing.

Peddlers Flea Market in East End has been an "oasis for treasure hunters" for over 30 years. With 75 indoor and 300 outdoor vendor booths, it offers a changing selection of art prints, glassware, clothing, antiques, and more every weekend, along with food served all day.