5 Flea Markets In South Carolina You Can’t Miss

Emma Colosia Emma Colosia


The Lowcountry was made to be explored. Especially for lovers of antiques, vintage objects, and pre-loved clothes. South Carolina has unique places to pick up a bargain, so you’re guaranteed to find something for every taste and budget.

These are the top 5 flea markets in South Carolina

1. Charleston Antique District

It’s not precisely a flea market, but King Street is full of antique shops and spots in Charleston. You’ll find high-end furnishings, art, and garden items.
Where: πŸ“King Street, Charleston


2. Olde Faithful’s Antique Mall

Say hello to antique objects, jewelry, and pre-loved clothes from different periods. It’s a three-and-a-half-hour drive from downtown Charleston but totally worth the trip.
Where:πŸ“ 3606 Wade Hampton Boulevard, Taylors, SC


3. Palmetto Peddlers

Just two and a half hours from Charleston, you’ll find the Palmetto Peddlers Antiques Mall in Florence, South Carolina. This is one of the State’s most prominent and most well-known flea markets, with 38,000 square feet of goods. They feature all sorts of merchandise, including artwork, jewelry, furniture, and clothes.
Where: πŸ“2995 Hoffmeyer Road, Florence, SC


4. Ladson Flea Market/ Coastal Carolina Flea Market

This legendary Flea Market was founded in 1981 and was the area’s first and only true flea market. It features over 1000 indoor and outdoor booths!
Where: πŸ“165 Market Road, Ladson, SC


5. Summerville Antique Gallery

The Summerville Antique Gallery offers over 10,000 square feet of unique antiques. Make time to spend the whole day at this place!
Where: πŸ“901 N Main Street, Summerville



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