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Renninger's Twin Markets

Updated 04/30/2014

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This may be Florida's largest gathering of antiques and collectibles dealers. Atop the hill, 700 flea-market dealers sell household goods, garage-sale surplus, produce, baked goods, pets, and anything else you can think of. Below, 200 antiques booths purvey ephemera, old phonographs, art deco fixtures, antique furniture, and more. If you have the time, hit the flea market first, since that's where antiques dealers find many of their treasures. Both markets are open every

weekend, but on the third weekend of the month the antiques market has a fair attracting about 300 dealers. The really big shows—drawing 800 booths—are three-day extravaganzas in November, January, and February. A Guitars, Cars, and Cycles Swap Meet is held the second Sunday of each month. You can spend a morning or all day at these events. Renninger's is busiest from October through May. From Interstate 4, take Florida's Turnpike north to Exit 267A to Route 429 east and, 8 miles later, U.S. 441 north to Mount Dora.

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20651 U.S. 441, Mount Dora, Florida, 32757, USA

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352-383–8393

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  • Markets and antiques fairs free; extravaganzas $10 Fri., $6 Sat., $4 Sun., $15 for 3 days
  • Antiques center: weekends 9–5; antiques fairs: Mar.–Oct., 3rd weekend of month 9–5; extravaganzas: Jan., Feb., and Nov., 3rd weekend of month 8–5

Updated 04/30/2014

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Jun 12, 2011

Renninger's Twin Markets Review

*******Please Use This One******** *Renningers Flea market* If your a bargain hunter join the many bargain hunters that shop every weekend for fresh produce,bakery goods,Donuts, seafood, crafts, household items, jewelry, and much more just keep an eye out for that rare antique or collectible. There is many food places and a terrific donut shop that has the best Mini donuts on the planet and the best coffee in the market and i would

know i drink coffee all day long. There is a tobacco free smoke shop as well as a AAA office there.I found a booth that sells an antenna that picks up lots of free TV that you can not pick up with a normal one. Need a TV or DVDs for that DVD player that blinks 12:00 all day you will also find it here.You will find items for your dogs,cats and birds as well as for your real kids here. I would not go till around 10 am unlike most Flea markets this one vender's come in around 9:00 I found out the hard way. Renninger's has two separate markets one for antiques and the other a flea market/farmer's market. The indoor buildings at both sides are air conditioned but not real cool at the flea market side but nice enougth for your comfort.There seems to be a lot less vender's in the summer but starting in October they all seem to come back and that would be the best time to go. Another good reason to shop at Renningers is that you can meet great people. I love meeting the vendors and other shoppers. Furthermore, I also go to search of treasure. It would absolutely blow your mind how many great treasures are “hidden” at this flea market. You simply need to have a good eye, a little bit of patience and a pocket full of cash. This is a real old fashion flea/farmers market that you should check out. The DealHunter

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