At local markets you can shop for fresh produce, sift through antique collections, peruse through clothing racks, and bargain with street vendors. Here are the coolest markets to check out in and around the Savannah area.
Keller's Flea Market
From food stands with local honey to vintage vinyl records, the vendors at Keller’s Flea Market have it all. Take advantage of their free parking and free admission and support the local vendors. Wander through hundreds of stands as you shop for baked goods or scope out the antique booths for a cute new piece to add to your home decor. As their saying goes “there’s something for everyone”.
Open 8am to 6pm Saturday and Sunday.
This historic, open-air market has been operating since the 1700s. Brimming with opportunities to shop, dine, and view art collections, you’ll love browsing through the vendors in these restored warehouses – City Market is the place to be in downtown historic Savannah.
Open Monday through Saturday 10am to 6pm and Sunday 1pm to 5pm.
Sandfly Market Place
Known as the largest antique mall in Savannah, this is where you want to be if you’re on the lookout for vintage finds. From bronze armadillo belt buckles to crystal vases and wooden furniture – This is a fun spot to spend an afternoon.
Open Tuesday from 12pm to 4pm.
Savannah State Farmers Market
Open year-round this downtown farmers market in Savannah has locally-grown seasonal fruits and vegetables. They even offer plants, pumpkins, and Christmas trees! Swing by to pick up some fresh ingredients for your meals and support the local farmers in your area.
Open Monday through Saturday 6am to 6pm.
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