From antiques, collectibles, old hand tools, clothing and home décor, to fresh produce, meats and cheeses, the Hartville MarketPlace is a shopping experience one has to see to believe. No wonder why this market place which began as a local livestock auction in 1939, has become one of Ohio’s largest flea markets & market place and a true antique collector’s paradise!
The Hartville MarketPlace is attached to the eponymous flea market. Its is a 3 acre indoor, heated and air conditioned, pristine two-story building, which hosts more than 110 individually owned shops throughout the year – beware that the indoor MarketPlace only hosts three “antiques” shops of modest interest, but nonetheless worth a visit!
However, the strength of the MarketPlace resides in the variety of food products sold there: fresh produce, meats, cheeses, baked goods, chocolates, kettle corn, fruits and vegetables, local honey, fresh roasted nut & coffee… you name it!
The Hartville MarketPlace truly has a little something for everyone and offers all types of in season produce at lower prices than grocery stores. Visitors looking for tasty, locally-grown gourmets can spend hours upon hours just browsing all the different shops and stands!
And the best of all is that food products are fresh, abundant and very reasonable priced, while all of the shop owners are kind and welcoming.
Antiquing Tip Of The Day
There’s no harm in asking. Just because something seems too good to be true, or completely lovely but probably out of your price range, doesn’t mean it is. Don’t be afraid to ask a price!
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