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Shipshewana Trading Place Auction & Flea Market


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345 S. Van Buren Street
Shipshewana, IN 46565
United States

(??.? miles from you)

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Shipshewana Trading Place Auction & Flea Market

Shipshewana Trading Place Auction & Flea Market
Shipshewana Trading Place Auction & Flea Market
Shipshewana Trading Place Auction & Flea Market
Shipshewana Trading Place Auction & Flea Market
Shipshewana Trading Place Auction & Flea Market
Shipshewana Trading Place Auction & Flea Market
Shipshewana Trading Place Auction & Flea Market
Shipshewana Trading Place Auction & Flea Market

(??.? miles from you)

345 S. Van Buren Street
Shipshewana, IN 46565
United States


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Why You Should Go...

You’ve never seen shopping like this!

Shipshewana Trading Place Auction & Flea Market is home to the Midwest’s Largest Flea Market, an outdoor, open-air market with nearly 700 vendor spaces on

Plus, each Wednesday, you can bid on thousands of items brought by pickers from all over the Midwest at the weekly Misc. & Antique Auction.

With additional events, like the antique & vintage market, fall vintage and craft shows, and even special sales year-round, there is always something to do at Shipshewana Trading Place.

The flea market is open 8 am to 4 pm every Tuesday and Wednesday from May - September. The antique auctions are from 9 am to 2 pm every Wednesday year round. To learn more, visit ShipshewanaTradingPlace.com

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Why You Should Go...

You’ve never seen shopping like this!

Shipshewana Trading Place Auction & Flea Market is home to the Midwest’s Largest Flea Market, an outdoor, open-air market with nearly 700 vendor spaces on 40 acres in beautiful Amish Country, that is held each Tuesday and Wednesday, from 8 am – 4 pm, May through September.

Plus, each Wednesday, you can bid on thousands of items brought by pickers from all over the Midwest at the weekly Misc. & Antique Auction.

With additional events, like the antique & vintage market, fall vintage and craft shows, and even special sales year-round, there is always something to do at Shipshewana Trading Place.

The flea market is open 8 am to 4 pm every Tuesday and Wednesday from May - September. The antique auctions are from 9 am to 2 pm every Wednesday year round. To learn more, visit ShipshewanaTradingPlace.com

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round; Seasonally: May, June, July, August, September; Closed on: Sunday, Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

Cost: Free

Payment: Cash, Check, MC, Visa, AMEX, Discover, ATM On-Site, Debit

Parking: Paid On-site

Available: Concessions

Extra Fun...

Insider Info

The grounds are fine pea gravel, so be sure to wear comfy walking shoes and sunscreen. Don’t forget to stay hydrated before and during your visit to keep from getting easily overheated. On-site scooter, wagon, and shopping cart rental are available for a small rental fee.

Open rain or shine. Most vendors have a rooftop covering or tent to sell from, but bring your umbrella or raincoat to get from space to space. 4 Food Courts, a sit-down restaurant, and several snack areas and vendors offering food, treats, and drinks are available on site.

View the full-season vendors in the online directory to plan your visit and be certain you don’t miss any favorites you want to find. Parking is $5/vehicle and admission is free. Vendors accept a mix of cash and credit, but ATMs are located at each food court for your convenience.

Fun Facts

Shipshewana Trading Place started with the sale of six pigs, seven cows, and several head of young cattle during the first Shipshewana Livestock Auction.

The flea market unofficially started by people selling out of their car trunks and a roof was built in 1947 which grew to hundreds of vendors.

The first Auction Restaurant started in the garage of the original owner in which his automobile had to be removed each week, floors swept, and set up the restaurant equipment and gas stove to serve homemade pies from Mrs. Miller’s home oven and even homemade catsup to go on the .20 cent hamburgers.

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Why You Should Go...

You’ve never seen shopping like this!

Shipshewana Trading Place Auction & Flea Market is home to the Midwest’s Largest Flea Market, an outdoor, open-air market with nearly 700 vendor spaces on 40 acres in beautiful Amish Country, that is held each Tuesday and Wednesday, from 8 am – 4 pm, May through September.

Plus, each Wednesday, you can bid on thousands of items brought by pickers from all over the Midwest at the weekly Misc. & Antique Auction.

With additional events, like the antique & vintage market, fall vintage and craft shows, and even special sales year-round, there is always something to do at Shipshewana Trading Place.

The flea market is open 8 am to 4 pm every Tuesday and Wednesday from May - September. The antique auctions are from 9 am to 2 pm every Wednesday year round. To learn more, visit ShipshewanaTradingPlace.com

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What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round; Seasonally: May, June, July, August, September; Closed on: Sunday, Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

Cost: Free

Payment: Cash, Check, MC, Visa, AMEX, Discover, ATM On-Site, Debit

Parking: Paid On-site

Available: Concessions

How You Can Follow...

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Insider Info

The grounds are fine pea gravel, so be sure to wear comfy walking shoes and sunscreen. Don’t forget to stay hydrated before and during your visit to keep from getting easily overheated. On-site scooter, wagon, and shopping cart rental are available for a small rental fee.

Open rain or shine. Most vendors have a rooftop covering or tent to sell from, but bring your umbrella or raincoat to get from space to space. 4 Food Courts, a sit-down restaurant, and several snack areas and vendors offering food, treats, and drinks are available on site.

View the full-season vendors in the online directory to plan your visit and be certain you don’t miss any favorites you want to find. Parking is $5/vehicle and admission is free. Vendors accept a mix of cash and credit, but ATMs are located at each food court for your convenience.

Fun Facts

Shipshewana Trading Place started with the sale of six pigs, seven cows, and several head of young cattle during the first Shipshewana Livestock Auction.

The flea market unofficially started by people selling out of their car trunks and a roof was built in 1947 which grew to hundreds of vendors.

The first Auction Restaurant started in the garage of the original owner in which his automobile had to be removed each week, floors swept, and set up the restaurant equipment and gas stove to serve homemade pies from Mrs. Miller’s home oven and even homemade catsup to go on the .20 cent hamburgers.

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