Leighty’s Flea Market in Blair County is one of my favorite outdoor flea markets in all of Pennsylvania!
Featuring a little bit of everything, Leighty’s Flea Market is a 29 acre goldmine for collectors of all things “vintage”, as well as a fun place to window shop and people-watch.
Directions and Hours
Located just off of Interstate 99, 10 miles south of Altoona, you can navigate to Leighty’s Flea Market using 16445 Dunnings Hwy, Duncansville, PA 16635 as your destination address.
Leighty’s Flea Market is open on Sundays between April and October, from 7am – 3pm.
Since this is an outdoor flea market, if inclement weather is in the forecast, call ahead at (814)-695-5151 to make sure the flea market isn’t rained out before making the trip.
What You’ll See at Leighty’s Flea Market
Like most flea markets, Leighty’s has vendors who specialize in a particular area (tools, coins, books, etc.), as well as vendors who buy out estates and sell almost everything imaginable.
You’ll find plenty of diecast cars and trucks.
Baked goods (and yes these are REALLY good!).
And all sorts of things that may remind of your childhood.
This “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” board game came home with me (I collect vintage sci-fi memorabilia).
But this lunch box did not (couldn’t haggle a price I was happy with).
Whether you’re a veteran of the flea market scene, or new to the whole concept, Leighty’s Flea Market in Blair County is a great place to spend a few hours on a Sunday morning!
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I99 Antiques is a two-level, multivendor antique store in downtown Tyrone, Blair County.
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10 Must-See Attractions in Blair County is your guide to even more great things to see and do near Leighty’s Flea Market.
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