Strubridge Massachusetts is know for its historic living museum and its quaint downtown village, but many other hidden gems dot this small town.
No visit to this wonderful little town is complete without a hunt for buried treasure at the Sturbridge Flea Market.
The flea market sits inside a former grist mill from the early 1800's and features over 150 vendors spread across three floors.
The vendors sell every "needful thing" you can think of: vintage toys, seasonal crafts, antique housewares, as well as brand new items such as handmade clothing and jewelry.
The booths are sure to spark nostalgia as well as inspire your inner do-it-yourselfer!
The treasure hunt is half the fun. Maybe you'll find a one-of-a-kind piece of art to hang over the mantle or that vintage lunch box you had as a child.
Hunt for that rare gem and prepare to haggle!
The Sturbridge Flea Market is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. Visit them on Facebook or stop by 559 Main street in Strubridge.