The Fleur de Flea Vintage Urban Market is arguably Louisville’s finest outdoor vintage and antique market. It is located on the fabulous Waterfront Plaza, along the scenic Ohio River and is mere minutes from downtown hotels and interstates, making it easy to find and easy to stay in the area. With plenty of parking and so much to see – the market occupies 25,000 square feet, there is simply no excuse not to attend this fantastic flea market.
More than 150 vendors set up their stalls at the Fleur de Flea Vintage Urban Market, which has been up and running for many years now. Many of the vendors are regulars and know the market well. They are incredibly friendly too and make everybody feel welcome, whether a keen shopper, collector or even a newbie vendor. This makes for a wonderful atmosphere and creates a place that visitors will want to keep coming back to and keep collecting more vintage treasures.
With so many vendors, there are obviously some wonderful, unique and diverse vintage goods for sale at Fleur de Flea Vintage Urban Market. Visitors will find pieces of funky furniture, huge vinyl collections, clothing and accessories, musical instruments, globes, lamps, vases, watches, books, Americana and more. It is definitely impossible to leave this market empty-handed.
As well as the weekly market, a few times a year the Fleur de Flea Vintage Urban Market creates a larger celebration of all things vintage and antique. These markets usually take place at seasonal times of the year, over a weekend, and are events that the whole community gets involved with. As well as the amazing collectibles for sale, there are many local food trucks dotted through the market, other refreshments and sometimes live music to entertain the crowds. The whole family can enjoy these markets, and pets are welcome too, so they make for the perfect weekend trip.
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