Pieces of Macon's past are up for sale this weekend at the Historic Macon Flea Market.

Anything from holiday decorations to furniture and silverware are up for grabs.

The knick-knacks were donated throughout the year and organized by category; filling up a 12,000 square foot warehouse.

Director of engagement for the Historic Macon Foundation, Rachelle Wilson, says opening the flea market doors on that first morning is always a surprise.

“I think you'd be hard pressed to come here and not find something you have to have,” said Wilson. “It's amazing. I’m here all the time throughout the year preparing and I still see people checking out with things I haven't seen before. Things get hidden sometimes and it's really just a fun experience of finding that special item that speaks to you.”

The flea market will be open again Sunday from 1-5 p.m. at 357 Oglethorpe St. 94 cents of every dollar spent goes back to Historic Macon.