Your One-Stop Shop in the Midwest
Come find unique items at Route 66 Flea Market and Cafe! We are an incredibly unique
destination for travelers and bargain shoppers in the Greater St. Louis Metro Area. We
offer a variety of vintage finds, nostalgic gems, and everyday necessities. Whether you’re
looking for furniture or clothes we have something perfect to suit your needs. You can also grab a bite and unwind after your one-stop shopping experience by visiting Teri’s Route 66 Diner or Route 66 Kickstand right next door.
Discover the Greater St. Louis Metro Area’s Premier Flea Market
At the Historic Route 66 Flea Market and Cafe, we’re not your typical swap meet. Our guests can take part in a shopping experience that’s truly off-the-beaten-path. Our vendors, collectors, and artisans have been with us since the beginning, and we’re continuing to expand our space and selection of vendors. Visitors and travelers can find anything they need within our corners, and they can also enjoy good food, cold drinks, and fun times at our sister restaurant and bar. Join us for your next pit stop in the Greater St. Louis Metro Area!
Interested in Vending with Us?
"The new Route 66 Flea Market is unbelievable! Brand new rental spaces with that Old West feel. You can lease a commercial storefront, all inclusive, and we’re open all year round. The other units are just as nice for 1/3 the cost. The Flea Market has so much to offer: Restaurant/bar & grill, consignment shops, head shops, quality antiques & boutique retailers, marketing and promotions, and hosts events like auctions, art galleries, live music and theatre performance...the list goes on."
– Codi S
"I got a really good vacuum for a really great price! The people were friendly, and the variety of ‘mini-shops’ to walk into and look around is nice."
– Holly R
"Lots of neat stuff and also practical household items at a great price. I love going to this flea market!"
– Patti F
"This is a very quaint place. You can find just about anything. The staff is wonderful. Most of the vendors are as sweet as can be. The vendors can get a little pricey, but most of them are willing to come down on the price. The little cafe has great food at good prices."
– Angel C