You had me at fried pies and kettle corn. Throw in live music and ALL the pretty treasures and I am pretty much in my happy place! Vintage Market Days of McKinney is a relatively new flea market/anique show but it is quickly growing a following. To get here, you’ll pass farms and fields and grazing cows. It’s located in a barn off a country road, but it’s actually only a few minutes outside of town. I was surprised to run in to friends that had come all the way from Dallas to shop! It’s well worth the drive for those coming from other parts of the metroplex, but how lucky are we McKinney peeps to have this right in our own backyard?
The venue isn’t huge. You can see it in about an hour or two, depending on how long you spend at each booth. But what I love about it is that every single booth IS worth stopping at! They have over 100 vendors selling vintage treasure, one of a kind home goods, handmade jewelry and possibly some random doll body parts.
One of my favorite booths was The Polka Dot Pig Folk Art. Owner and creator, Julie Miller, hand makes all of these adorable animals and each piece is so unique and creative! I could have spent all day in her booth!
The CoolStuff Store is a regular at Vintage Market Days & always one of my first stops! Owner Julie Epp is so sweet and I love her vintage finds!
If you missed the spring show, don’t worry! They’ll be back again in November… and so will I! I love scouting out the best McKinney has to offer and all the things that makes our town such a great place to live! I’m Hannah, and I’m #sellinginsuburbia.