see the historic Wright's barn. This former dairy barn was
converted into a teenage dance club which served Litchfield
County youth from 1965-1975. In 1980 John & Millie Wright
opened the flea market and soon expanded to include a second
managed by Jim Wright, the flea market has over 40 spaces
available with many dealers occupying multiple spaces. Currently
20 dealers have been at the barn from 2 to 20 years. Other
dealers may come from week-to-week and all vendors constantly
display new items.
tend to specialize in various antiques and collectibles uncluding:
furniture, jewelry, paper goods, books, china and glassware;
Victorian-style artwork and furniture. Find tools, garden
implements, reproduction period pieces from the 20's-60's.
if you collect salt and pepper shakers, hummels, antique pins,
movie posters, magazines, or Wallace Nutting prints, come
to Wright's Barn.
warm in the winter, cool and dry in the summer.
in the scenic Litchfield Hills.
only New England flea market mentioned in Rachel Ashwell's
Shabby Chic Treasure Hunting + Decorating Guide.