Visit giant Fleamasters, where there's so much for everyone to enjoy, you won't know where to begin.
Treat yourself to Fleamaster's festive atmosphere, pick up a week's supply of fresh produce, and stroll through the hundreds of bargain packed booths. You'll discover outlets for many of your favorite name brands, fashions, resortwear and home decor. Plus an eclectic mix of arts and crafts, antiques and collectibles, yummy food treats and lots more.
Always changing, new stores open at Fleamasters every week.
Need a souvenir for the folks back home? How 'bout a Florida T or tank top, or shell wind chime from one of the dozens of t-shirt or gift shops at Fleamasters. Shell shops sell sea fans, shell night lights, shell jewelry, even alligator heads (there's a one-of-a-kind gift.)
Outdoor enthusiasts will want to stop at the golf shops, fishing tackle outlets, and sportswear stores at Fleamasters. There’s a newly expanded tool store and a shop that specializes in electric bicycles. Fleamasters' many garage sales will delight treasure hunters and bargain shoppers.
Plus, now you can enjoy live music shows in Ft. Myers' newest venue: The Music Hall at Fleamasters Fleamarket. State-of-the-art sound, lighting and video projection make this a great place to catch a show. The new stage area seats 300, perfect for an intimate and comfortable concert experience. Open in 1986, Fleamasters Fleamarket is a long-time favorite shopping destination for visitors and local residents. Now you can enjoy great music and entertainment at Fleamasters, as well!
A Travel Channel featured destination, Fleamasters Fleamarket is open year round Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm. The market is located on S.R. 82 1-mile west of I-75 (exit 138), in Ft. Myers.
What people are saying about Fleamasters Fleamarket
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"If you are going to be in the Fort Myers area for several or more days and these include a weekend you must visit Fleamasters. It can be an all day affair, if you want it to be. It is particularly suitable for inclement weather and cooler days as it is enclosed. We like to get there fairly early, stroll through half of it, then pause for a "fat food" lunch and beer at one of the two snack areas. There are picnic tables (also under cover) where you can stow your treasures and relax while eating your lunch.
Then if you are up for more browsing you can continue with the rest of the market and, perhaps, stop on the way out for beautiful fresh fruits and vegetables.
Relax and enjoy." From Trip Advisor
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