When it comes to Funkytown’s shopping scene, we love a good treasure hunt — and a good bargain. Our city is home to several stellar swap meets, flea markets, resale gems, fabulous vintage shops, and salvage yards. So get in, we’re going shopping.
Lola’s Rock ‘N’ Roll Rummage Sale, TCU
Explore local vendors of vintage, art, collectibles, handcrafted items, and oddities at the open-air artisan market. The market is held 12-6 p.m. on the third Sunday of every month from March to December.
Cattlebarn Flea Market, River Oaks
Shop 55+ vendors selling everything from computer parts to jewelry and Pokemon cards. The market is open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday + Sunday.
Henderson Bazaar, Foundry District
Buy, sell, trade or poke around the wares from 7 a.m.-7:45 p.m. on Saturday + Sunday.
Funky Town Swap, Location varies
Fort Worth’s self-entitled “funkiest vintage market” pops up about once per month across town to sell art, streetwear, and sneakers. The next swap is Saturday, Aug. 19 at Carter Riverside High School.
Montgomery Street Antique Mall, Cultural District
Adventure through 60,000 sqft and 400+ vendors offering discounts on furniture, collectibles, and antiques. Plus, fuel up for a whole day of shopping at the Secret Garden Restaurant.
Cross-Eyed Moose, Northside
Stop by this Old West-themed store right next to the Stockyards for a wide selection of Western collectibles and furniture.
The Mercantile, Camp Bowie
Spruce up your home with special retro decor + find furniture and antiques from this shop that offers items from 200 dealers.
K. Flories Antiques, Camp Bowie
Shop around for a range of vintage furniture and collectibles. Didn’t find what you’re searching for? Check back frequently because the rotating inventory changes frequently.
Green Thistle Emporium, River District
Check out the collection of small business vendors for new and upcycled clothing, handcrafted leather goods, candles, and bath and body products.
JunkerVal’s Antiques and Vintage, TCU
Discover vintage items, antique furniture, and clothing that suits all styles at the Fort Worth Magazine Readers’ Choice store. Keep an eye on Instagram or text owner Valerie Arnett (817-266-6403) for hours.
Studio 71 Vintage, Camp Bowie
Where cowboys and culture collide, the vintage store specializes in clothing from the 1920s to the 1980s. While the store doesn’t offer consignment services, you can sell your collectibles outright.
Chieffalo Americana, Camp Bowie
Peruse the gallery of vintage and new curated Americana pieces, located just off the bricks.
The Haps Vintage, Weatherford
Shop vintage, handmade and upcycled clothes + level up your space with a new plant.
Vagabond Vintage, West 7th
Check out a plethora of graphic tees or grab a mystery bundle and be surprised.
Resale and consignment shops
Thrift Depot, Meadowbrook
Find family clothing, shoes, and accessories — if you want to get rid of some of your old items, Thrift Depot offers consignment services.
Feminine Fashions, Camp Bowie
The family-owned shop has women’s apparel, shoes, and accessories from big-name designers like Chanel, Tom Ford, and Louis Vuitton. Bonus: There are special discounts every week announced on its social media pages.
Elegante Diva, Hulen
Visit the consignment boutique specializing in designer brands and a large assortment of jewelry, purses, hats, and shoes.
The Old Home Supply, Historic Fairmount
The salvage yard-meets-antique store has four buildings (one on each street corner) with vintage finds like chandeliers and door knobs, along with reclaimed building supplies like tubs and wood flooring. Take a tour.
Glenn & Jerry’s Auto Recyclers, Haltom City
Search through the existing inventory online or call to request a special part for your next automotive project.
Pick-n-Pull, Haltom City
Find recycled auto parts, salvage vehicles, and scrap metal + buy old cars you can fix up.