Locals love supporting their community! Markets in Tampa Bay are a great way to shop while supporting local creators.
These markets are special because each has its own look and feel. Whether you’re looking for thrift clothing, home decor, or the best indie bakeries, you’ll find it at one of these events.
Want to find a new market to visit? Check out our complete guide below for tips on 9 different markets in Tampa Bay!
Indie Flea is a huge indoor market at Armature Works, with a smaller version in St. Pete at Green Bench Brewing. Indie Flea has specialized curators that choose a diverse set of vendors for the monthly event. This way, each event will be a new and quality experience! You’ll get to shop locally made furniture, apparel, accessories, home decor, and food. Indie Flea’s vendors are located in the market takes place at The Gathering ballroom, but don’t forget to check out some of the outdoor vendors too!
We recommend checking out Posie’s Flower Truck, a regularly scheduled flower bouquet truck. Perfect for your next Instagram post!
The St. Pete Saturday Morning Market is a huge weekly market located in Downtown St. Pete. This market is perfect if you’re looking for local goods like produce, clothes and jewelry, handmade decor, and more.
This is a great way to kick off a day in downtown St. Pete. We recommend hitting up the Morning Market before visiting one of the local museums for the perfect weekend!
Heights Night Market is a unique market along the Hillsborough River, on the Armature Works lawn.
With a lot of awesome vendors, focusing on artists and creatives, this is a perfect place to browse for different art pieces or trinkets. Upon entering the Heights Night Market, you’ll be surrounded by twinkly lights–which is the perfect mood for a date.
We recommend grabbing dinner at Armature Works and enjoying the sunset over the Hillsborough river, then working off some of the calories while shopping at the Night Market!
Since Florida gets extremely hot during the day, night markets are a great way to do some fun shopping under the moonlight!
Coppertail Night Market is a cool local flea market, with a warm and friendly vibe to their outdoor decor. With 40+ vendors, there is plenty to browse. We recommend grabbing our favorite Coppertail beer–the Unholy Trippel–and enjoying it while shopping from different local vendors.
If you’re looking for a place to take your pup, this is also a very pet-friendly spot!
If you’re looking for a Sunday activity, the Westchase Local Market is perfect for you. As you’re browsing through the local vendors you can also check out some of the stores conveniently located at the Westchase Town Center.
We recommend stopping by this market for lunch. Their signature offerings include locally made raw honey, corn tamales, and gourmet grilled cheese!
Hyde Park is one of our favorite markets in Tampa! We love its bustling venue and amazing food vendors.
The curator of Hyde Park Village Market chooses high-quality and interesting vendors with a focus on food stalls for people to grab different bites to share amongst friends.
This market also offers produce and food necessity stalls, if you’re looking to do your fridge shopping locally. They also have amazing vendors for home products, gifts, and jewelry.
Some of our favorite stalls are Empanada World and the Oyster Bar–which comes with all the spicy and lemony condiments to customize your oyster.
We recommend swapping Sunday brunch for a day at the Hyde Park Village Market!
Sparkman Sundries is a new seasonal market at Sparkman Wharf. This takes place right by water, outside of the restaurant lawn’s gates. This flea market features an eclectic mix of shops – including fresh produce, local crafts, and art!
We recommend grabbing a beer from Sparkman’s Biergarten, then heading down to the market area to meet some of the local artists!
With Dunedin being such an eclectic town, the vendors here are indicative of the area! Held in the downtown area, this market is super popular with the locals.
This market is a great place to fill up your fridge, with their dedication to supplying super fresh and local produce to the Dunedin area. You can also find one-of-a-kind art here, inspired by the surrounding beaches.
Held every Saturday, no matter the weather, the Ybor City Saturday Market is another great market in the area.
Here, the locals stop by for their weekly groceries and to check out Ybor artists. This is also a great area to browse after having Sunday brunch at Gaspar’s! Stop by the Ybor City Saturday Market to enjoy their local vibe, surrounded by beautiful old Tampa architecture.