Shop These 5 Fall Markets and Fairs in Metro Detroit

Explore books, vintage goods, and fall finds at these area markets happening this fall.
Stock photograph by Emma Shappley,

Fall is rolling in and if you’re looking for a home décor refresh, check out some of the fall markets and fairs in our area. These events often feature local vendors selling everything from handcrafted jewelry and clothing to seasonal food and home goods. Here’s a look at five such markets coming to metro Detroit this fall.

Vintage, Retro, Rustic, and Handmade Fall Market

More than 100 local small businesses will be selling their vintage, antiques, and handmade goods. You’ll get the chance to make your own custom hat, doormat, witches, broom, candles, and more. Food trucks, live music, and a bar, too. Sept. 29-30. $5 for admission. 195 Midway St., Imlay City; 

Annual Woodward Market Fall Fest

The market celebrates its most beloved season with special treats including cider mill doughnuts, pumpkin spice options, warm drinks, and more. The market will be in full swing with local vendors, too. Bundle up. Oct. 1. No cost for admission. 30955 Woodward Ave., Royal Oak; 

Handcrafters Fall Fair

Stock up on fall décor along with apparel, jewelry and other items sold by 80 artists from around the Midwest. In addition to vendor booths, the event features specialty cocktails and hourly door prize raffles. Oct. 13-14. $4 for admission. 19525 Victor Parkway, Livonia;

Detroit Book City’s 5th Annual Fall Family Book Fair 2023

“Fall into literacy” at this one-day book fair that aims to preserve and sustain literacy for metro Detroit families. Meet 24 self-published authors and shop their autographed books. First 100 adults at the door get a swag bag. Oct. 14. No cost for admission, but you must RSVP in advance. 27204 W. Eight Mile Road, Southfield;

Vintage and Handmade Fall Market

This 6th annual event will feature 125 small businesses selling handmade home décor, boutique clothing and accessories, garden and yard items, bath and body goods, furniture, jewelry, and more. Be sure to shop the food trucks while you’re there. Oct. 22. $5 for admission. 49965 Van Dyke Ave., Shelby Township;

Looking for even more things to do this fall? Visit for details on local apple orchards, pumpkin patches, corn mazes, and more.