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The Original Holmes County Flea Market is found 1 mile east of Berlin on SR 39 (3 miles west of our old area on the slope) in the heart of Amish Country behind Zinck’s Fabric outlet.
The Market’s air is exceptionally particular and roomy atmosphere climate controlled single level of 55,000 sq ft building is comprised of 4 different wings (Blue, Green, Red, & Yellow) and it houses 350 spaces, with more than 60 unique sellers. Aggregate distributing range cover a gigantic 67,000 sq ft of land.
The Holmes County Flea Market started in 1989 in Walnut Creek on the slope and proceeded with operations there for a long time until 2008 when it went under new possession and moved areas. We revived again in our new area in Berlin in 2009 under the same name. We keep on giving astounding quality and mixed bag in item and are consistently searching out approaches to improve your shopping background.
It has a variety of high-quality, well-priced merchandise as diverse as home décor, crafts, clothing, toys, candles, homemade pork rinds and leather goods. There is truly something for everyone. It features clean restrooms, wheelchairs for customer use and benches for resting. Most merchants accept credit cards and pets are welcome to shop with their owners. You can shop for jewelry, cell phone accessories, quilts, rugs, heaters, clothing, home décor, crafts, sunglasses, custom framing, sports gear, rubber floor mats, customized t-shirts, Avon products, purses, bamboo, shoes, locally made toys, books, and create-your-own stuffed animals.
The Original Holmes County Flea Market is an incredible shopping knowledge. From the minute you venture in the entryway we are focused on furnishing you with an unparalleled mixed bag of top notch items, all under one rooftop.