DETROIT, MICH - There's no better place to look at antiques than in an historic setting.
You'll have the opportunity to do just that at the 31st Annual Historic Fort Wayne Flea Market the weekend of October 12-13.
Everyone loves the Fort Wayne Flea Market. There's the chance you may find a treasure at a great price as you browse the various antiques and bargains.
While you're there, explore some of our community's past and take in a little more history by touring the Star Fort and the Spanish-American War Guard House, both of which were built in the 1840s.
The flea market will be open from 10am to 4pm. The cost of admission is $3 and parking is $5.
If you'd like to sell something, you'll have to rent table space for $35 and up.
But whether you're a buyer, or a seller, you can get more information by calling 313-882-6107.
Historic Fort Wayne is located at 6325 West Jefferson (at Livernois) on Detroit's southwest side.
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