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Everyone In Massachusetts Should Visit This Epic Flea Market At Least Once

The Raynham Flea Market is one of the largest and most spectacular flea markets in New England. It’s the kind of place where you can spend hours picking over vintage vinyl, get elbow-deep in a pile of antique jewelry or whittle away the time wandering the stacks of unusual finds.

Read on to learn more about one of Massachusetts’ most epic flea markets.

This flea market is sprawling and filled with all manner of knick knacks, baubles and treasures. Spread out over a massive tract of land, this market offers over 500 exhibitors showcasing a variety of products.

Inside the “Mart,” you can browse glittering piles of jewelry, charming artwork, retro instruments, vintage clothing and rare vinyl. This place features regular vendors that are more than happy to chat about their wares and build friendships with bargain-hunters.

Explore mounds of beautiful junk, including old appliances and furniture. Sniff out amazing deals on designer clothes or antique dolls. Chat with vendors about the history of their items, or just leisurely stroll and see if you spot anything you like.

There are plenty of bargain bins where you can snatch up a bundle of useful stuff, like tupperware and grooming products.

If you don’t find what you’re looking for inside the market structure, head outside onto the 10-acre paved lot to peruse the offerings of hundreds more dealers and thousands of buyers.

There are also five snack bars that you can use to refuel during your adventures. If you prefer a more sit-down break from rummaging through bins and piles, check out the flea market’s restaurant.

The flea market is open on Sundays (including Easter). You can shop between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. It’s located at the intersection of Routes 24 and 44 West.

There is a small entrance fee. Adults must prepare to part with $2 between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Seniors need only pay 75 cents. Children under 14 are free when accompanied by an adult.

For more old-fashioned fun and unique finds, check out our list of the best places to find antiques in Massachusetts.

Sophia
Massachusetts native. Freelance writer and strawberry eater. Get in touch: smitrokostas@onlyinyourstate.com.