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Wimberley Market Days

The 2nd oldest and 2nd largest outdoor Flea Market in Texas with more than 450 Vendor Booths with authentic vintage and antique collectibles and furnishings, junk, gypsy style clothing, home made jams and jellies and everything you miss seeing at an old fashioned flea market.  Great prices!

Wimberley Market Days

The first Saturday of every month from March through December is a big one for Wimberley as visitors come from all over to attend Wimberley Market Days – the oldest and largest outdoor market in the Texas Hill Country –  the second largest flea market in Texas!

Come explore more than 475 quaint shops along the shaded trails that make you feel like you’re in your own little village.

Walk through the shady booths at Wimberley Market Days

You’ll find everything you could possibly imagine finding at a flea market – clothing and Wimberley t-shirts, gourmet nuts, fresh kettle cooked popcorn, jams and jellies, yard art, vintage furniture and decor, handcrafted leather, organic and locally made body care items,  homemade jewelry, antiques, baked goods, and lots of other unique and fun indoor and outdoor decorative items…just to name a FEW!

Admission into Market Days is always free, and a variety of concessions (including hot lunches) are available for purchase (cash only). Hours are from 7:00 am – 4:00 pm and there is often live music. You can find plenty of parking on FM 2325 for $3 – $5.

Wimberley Market Days is sponsored by the Wimberley Lions Club and they use the proceeds from booth rentals, parking and concessions to give back to the community.

It is a very fun and festive event for the whole family to enjoy, but please leave pets at home as they are not allowed on the premises. There are ATMs located on the grounds, you will need to bring cash for concessions – and bartering!

If you love shopping and are looking for things to do in the beautiful Texas Hill Country, be sure and bring your friends and family to Wimberley Market Days!

 

The Wimberley Market Days website has a list of vendors.

Wimberley Market Days

Wimberley Lions Market Days
Located at 601 FM2325
(512) 847-2201

Held on the First Saturday of each month from March through December

Open 7am- 4pm

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Selection of Vintage Finds at Wimberley Market Days
Seen at Wimberley Market Days "Keep College Station Normal" Yard art

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Author - Colleen Brooks

I am absolutely head over heels in love with Texas Hill Country! It captured my heart many years ago and would not let go, so I brought my dream to fruition and made it my home! I am passionate about exploring every nook and cranny, especially those off the beaten path. I love finding unique and charming places that make up the heart of this special area, and I enjoy sharing them with visitors so they can maximize their time here to the fullest. There is so much to see and do -- a lifetime simply is not enough! Come discover for yourself! You'll sure be glad you did! Colleen B.

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Wimberley Market Days

 

 

Wmberley Market Days has more than 450 vendor booths. Parking at the Lyons Field Parking Lot across the street is $5.
Open the first Saturday of every month from 7am – 4pm.

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