Architectural Digest Recommends Sumter County Farmer’s Market
Flea markets have a long-standing history in the U.S., and nowadays there are over 1,100 across the country, offering everything from artworks to antiques. Unsurprisingly, shoppers flock to these neighborhood cultural hubs, attracting over 150 million people annually. While each of these outdoor markets offers a different selection of wares, they all have one important thing in common: community. They provide space to feel closer to your neighbors, support local businesses and craftspeople, and eat food sourced just around the corner. Connect with your neighborhood—or get to know a new one a little bit better—by visiting some of the unique outdoor markets from Boston to Los Angeles. We’ve found the best locales for every shopper, whether you’re a foodie, a vintage fiend, or an antique expert. After all, there is no better time than summer to spend your weekend taste-testing regional cuisine and seeing what local artisans have in store. Read the full article here.