Canton First Monday Shopping Venues & Pavilions
A shopping extravaganza, year-round!
First Monday Trade Days operates over hundreds of acres and provides spaces and booths for several thousand vendors.
This gigantic world-famous flea market consists of various buildings and shopping areas including but not limited to:
Original First Monday Park - Where it all started, and where most visitors start their shopping extravaganza! It has acres of vendors, and miles of paved aisles, and is operated by the City of Canton. The grounds are accessible via multiple entrances, including the historic Main Entrance on Highway 19, the North Entrance on Van Zandt County Road VZCR 2106 (Wynne Road), and the West Entrance on FM 859. Includes Trade Centers I, II, III, IV, and Dry Creek Landing.
For more information, visit the website of the Original First Monday Park. Or you can contact the park at 800 Flea Market Road, P O Box 665, Canton, TX 75103. Phone (903) 567-6556
Canton Civic Center - This is an indoor, air-conditioned facility containing 34,000 sq ft of space and operated by the City of Canton. The building is used on First Monday weekends to house antique and collectibles dealers.
During other times, the Civic Center is used as a convention hall, banquet facility, concert hall, and venue for trade shows and RV rally headquarters. It is also the host facility for the annual Quilt Show in October, and the Blue Grass Festival in June. The Civic Center is surrounded by acres of RV parking.
Additional information about the Civic Center is available by calling (903) 567-6556 or visiting firstmondaycanton.com.
Lewis First Monday Arbors - Includes the Original Pavilions I, II, III, Pavilions 4000, 4500, 6000, 6500 and the Boardwalk I and Boardwalk II. Adjacent to the original grounds, and popular with first-time and repeat First Monday shoppers.
The Lewis First Monday office is located at 385 W. Dallas, Canton, TX, 75103. Phone: (903) 581-1876.
Old Mill Marketplace - situated on 100 acres, just 3 blocks east of downtown Canton on Texas Hwy 64. Over 800 vendor shops, plus an RV park. The Old Mill Marketplace Complex features 7 shopping pavilions, The Village Shops and The Mountain.
For more information, visit the website of the Old Mill Marketplace. It is located at 542 East Dallas Street, Canton, Texas. Phone (903) 567-5445.
The Village Shops - Over 12 acres of permanent shops, next door west of Old Mill Marketplace on Highway 64. Phone (903) 567-5445 or visit www.OldMillmarketplace.com
The Mountain - an old West town nestled on a wooded hillside, just east of downtown Canton on Highway 64, close to the Old Mill Marketplace and The Village.
For more information, visit the website of The Mountain in Canton TX or phone (903) 567-5445.
Canton Marketplace - 93,000 sq ft of air-conditioned shopping, just north of the original grounds, and south of I-20 on Texas Highway 19. The Marketplace features over 300 vendors, a food court, deli, cantina, seasonal events, an ATM, and paved parking. Their RV park includes 102 full hook-ups and associated amenities. Visit other shopping areas with their free trolley service. The Marketplace features two trolleys that run continuously during trade days. Open late on Friday and Saturday nights on First Monday weekends, till 8pm!
For more information, visit the website of the Canton Marketplace. It is located at 1455 North Trade Days Boulevard, Highway 19, Canton, Texas 75103. Phone (903) 567-7772.
Canton Trade Center Pavilion - near the corner of Highways 19 and 64. Vendors, plus an RV park. Open air and enclosed pavilion at Highways 19 & 64. Phone (903) 567-4343 or visit www.CantonTradeCenter.com
Curry Animal Grounds - just east of downtown, opposite the Old Mill Marketplace on Highway 64. Phone (903) 567-6197.
McLemee Animal Grounds - east of downtown Canton, South side of Tyler St. between Hwy. 19 & 64. Phone (903-567-1177)
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