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Sweetwater Flea Market, Sweetwater

(1.9/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
Antiques,Collectibles, New and Used Items, Puppies, Jump N Shack (kids play area), produces, concessions,funnel cakes, german roasted nuts,air brushing,
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  • This poor flea market is going downhill fast! Maybe not the best time to go when it's raining but indoors is what they rave about. Step it up or people will be headed somewhere else!  more »
  • Loved this flea market! Went in the north entrance and explored on a Sunday around 11am. We met several vendors who were as nice as could be and a pleasure to talk to. One notable gentleman who is the...  more »
  • This use to be the place to go. There was a lot of good vendors and plenty to buy it has declined over the years and continues to do so. Also it has been invaded with cheap Chinese crap  more »
  • The Sans Fashion vendor worker with the blonde ponytail is probably the rudest person I've ever met in my life!! She literally yelled at my husband and I for setting some business cards of ours down on the bench out in a aisle that doesn't belong to her and threw them on our table! She's lucky she ran off before it registered with me what she had said! Especially since I was holding my 4 month old baby when she said what she said! Like, who does that?! But other than that, I have found some of the best things there for extremely low prices!! I cannot believe the deal I got on my new knife at the booth right next to Sunday Best Boutique, which is booth #292. And they have brand names and designer items for prices that are the lowest I've ever seen. And the lady that owns the flea market is so very nice and really tries to make all customers and vendors happy.
  • Advertised as the largest under-roof flea market in Tennessee. It is a pretty good size, but I envisioned a bit more for the largest in Tennessee. The vendors seem to be quite stable without much coming and going. We liked the several mobile phone accessory shops and most especially The Kitchen Shop.
  • I use to come here all the time growing up since I live over in London. When I use to go it was PACKED with people. I would take $20-$40 from my money and buy all kinds of neat stuff and it was so much fun. I went back today and boy has it changed, almost every vendor was on their phone ignoring people and being very rude by snatching the money out of ones hand when purchasing and not saying a word. I would rather drive 30 minutes to an hour to seiverville to get better deals and be actually interested in what they're selling.
  • It's supposed to have 800 booths. They do probably, but some were empty and I counted at least 3 of the Oriental Trade type booths. It is interesting.
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