Lakewood 400 Antiques Market

Featuring over 500 dealers, Lakewood 400 Antiques Market is a true behemoth in the state of Georgia that draws dealers from around the country

Featuring over 500 dealers, the Lakewood 400 Antiques Market is a true behemoth in the state of Georgia. Spun off from the long-standing Lakewood Antiques Market on the south side of Atlanta, the 75,000-square-foot air-conditioned facility on Atlanta Highway in Cumming draws dealers from around the country, once a month.

Vendors at the Lakewood 400 Antiques Market sell all kinds of vintage related items, from decorative arts, collectibles, antiques, sports memorabilia and more. Several dealers specialize in nautical items, from hand-made lamps created from vintage gear to ships’ wheels and one-of-a-kind objects perfect for decorating lake homes.

According to co-owner Barbara Spivia, the Lakewood 400 Antiques Market is not an antiques market, per se, because it offers much more than that. Dealers travel the show circuit and bring in a lot new more items each month. In fact, shoppers never know what they will find here and visitors keep returning because they’re confident of the quality and selection of products the Lakewood 400 Antiques Market has to offer.

Most customers visiting the Lakewood 400 Antiques Market come from across the Southeast (Alabama, Florida and all over the South), and many stay overnight in nearby hotels. Some even show up with a truck to be able to take all their purchases home.

Lakewood 400 Antiques Market attracts retail store owners who seek items to resell, as well. The market was featured recently on Market Warriors, produced by Georgia Public Television. Attending the Lakewood 400 Antiques Market is a family activity and visitors can spend an entire day here. The antiques market has a food court that sells everything from burgers to chicken or tuna salad, corn dogs and funnel cakes to BBQs. And according to many enthusiasts, this flea market even has a fabulous breakfast.

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5 reviews

  1. Lakewood was an interesting treat. It comes to town once a month and your $3 ticket is good for the entire weekend, which is great incase you need to come back. The space is huge and has various unique dealers that vary month to month. On this particular trip, I was looking for mid century modern pieces which I didn’t really find. Overall, I was impressed with the space, the flow, the vendors, the parking and most importantly, the prices!

  2. Many opportunities to purchase great vintage items for collectors as well as decorators. You never know what you will find here: antique furniture, crockery, silverware, old records, vintage Coco-Cola items, art, jewelry, you name it! Treasure hunting at its best! The only negative is that one day is not enough. So many vendors so little time! Bring your walking shoes.

  3. Lots of antiques as well as furniture and handcrafted items. Therefore, give yourself a few hours to walk through and see everything as there are hundreds of booths! Lakewood 400 is only open the 3rd weekend of every month. Good day trip for people who live out of town or out of state. Bring cash, some vendors accept credit cards.

  4. So many incredible things to see… and buy! Just about anything you can imagine. Prices are great, vendors are friendly. There is so much variety in vendors and their treasures it is impossible to list. If you love to search for hours, looking for that one special item, this is the place for you; if you want to make a quick trip for some unique collectables, this is the place for you too. Lakewood 400 is an incredible treasure trove of unique collectables, reasonable prices.

  5. Cool place to shop for vintage items! We were searching for a specific items and venders were suggesting specific booths to visit to see if they had it. Lots of booths and items. I appreciated not seeing booths filled with socks, household cleaning supplies, etc. like I’ve seen at most other flea markets. If you’re a dealer looking for items to resell, this probably isn’t the place for you. Clean, well lit and good flow through the venue.

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