The state of Alabama has wonderful natural parks, scenic mountains, miles of beaches, and so much civil rights history to offer. It may be surprising to hear that it is one of the least visited states in the US, and this is all the more reason for lovers of antique and flea markets to put this state on their bucket list. The lack of tourist crowds works in the bargain-hunters favor, and the many vintage and flea markets are full of unique items, steeped in rich history. Some of the most famous antique stores and flea markets in Alabama include for instance the famous Unclaimed Baggage Center, University Pickers, Highway Pickers Antique Mall, and Alabama Antique Market. Many of the cities in the state of Alabama known for their dense antique districts, rank among the best antique towns in the US. For example, Huntsville, Birmingham, Fairhope, Mobile, Tuscaloosa, Fort Payne, Montgomery and Attalla, some of which have as many as a dozen antique shops on a single street. Last but not least, three of the largest US Highway Yard Sales, among which the world famous 127 Corridor Sale, run through “The Yellowhammer State”!