Keller’s Flea Market story began in 1985; Hubert Keller transformed a former mobile home sales lot and farming hay field into an area full of vintage treasures for locals and tourists to dig through. The market started off with 60 vendors, which has since grown to over 400!
Back when this weekly market opened there was very little money to put back into the upkeep. Keller constructed the first buildings from “culled” boards and tin, and plain old Georgia dirt was used for the flooring. As time went on, the market built a strong reputation and a group of loyal vendors and customers. Today, Keller’s Flea Market is one of the most loved vintage and antique shopping sites in the state of Georgia.
Shop for genuine vintage clothes, accessories, jewellery, home-ware, antiques, collectibles and so much more at Keller’s Flea Market. Not only are there hundreds of vendors, but there is a wide selection of hot and cold food stands, ATM machines, RV and bus parking, air conditioning, and even a barber shop.
Most of the antique vendors set up shop outside in the open areas. This market (like most) does have some sellers who are trying to flog knockoff goods and items that aren’t particularly good quality – they usually stay in the indoor areas. Your hunt for antique treasures and retro collectibles will be more successful if you shop in the outdoor areas!
Overall, this market is a great shopping destination with friendly vendors, a buzzing family-friendly atmosphere, good food and plenty of enticing antiques and treasures from the past to grab the attention of vintage enthusiasts.
Antiquing Tip Of The Day
Don’t be intimidated to negotiate with vendors when appropriate, but be kind. A good rule of thumb is to ask for a discount of 15-20 percent and hope to land at 10 percent off.
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