Allegheny Kiski Valley Historical Society
Flea-Tique at Bull Creek
Western Pennsylvania's finest setting for an
outdoor Quality Antique and Collectible Flea Market.
Located at Tour-Ed Mine, Tarentum, PA
Route 28, Exit 14, see directions below
May 18, June 15, July 20,
Aug. 17, Sept. 21, Oct. 19
Always the third Sunday of the months May through October
Customer Parking Donation - $3 per car
AKVHS members park free -
(another good reason to join)
Vendor spaces 20 by 24 feet - $25 donation
Space may be reserved for season @ $125 donation
Food vendor price $75 per date / $375 for season
Food Vendors Must Call for Reservations and Restrictions
NO REFUNDS - RAIN OR SHINE
Vendors may enter after Noon Saturday and stay overnight. Spaces reserved
by season pass, others chosen on arrival. There are some buyers on Saturday,
several thousand on Sunday.
Sorry, but animals are not permitted on the property
From PA Turnpike (approx 10 minutes): Exit 48 Allegheny Valley
- Bear to the right after leaving the toll booth - you will be on Freeport Road
for about 1/2 mile - then right at 3rd light - onto PA 910 for a few hundred yards to
28 North -
PA 28 North to Exit 14 (Tarentum) - At the exit make a left at the bottom of
the hill, proceed a short distance past the interchange - just as the road
reduces to two lanes- turn right, up the hill (Ridge Road) approximately
one-fourth mile to the FleaTique entrance on
From PA 28 South: Exit 14 (Tarentum) Right at exit, then
another immediate right, proceed up the hill (Ridge Road) approximately
one-fourth mile to FleaTique entrance on left.
From PA 366 West: Cross Tarentum Bridge, straight past PA 28
interchange, then quick right up the hill (Ridge Road) approximately one-fourth
mile to FleaTique entrance on left.
Volunteers always needed to help the Society's Food Booth, Sales Tables, and
Operating Crew. Tax-deductible donations of items for the Society's Sales
Booth are encouraged.
If you have any questions, comments, or would like to reserve
a vendor space for the season, use the form below or call the Historical Society