D.C. July 30, 2016
5 Must-Visit Flea Markets In Washington DC Where You’ll Find Awesome Stuff
Let’s face it, Washington DC is expensive. It costs a fortune to live here, the restaurants run on tourist prices, and the shops often run high end. But luckily when you just need to find a good deal and search out unique products and clothes, you can find them, thanks to the amazing flea markets in the city. Here are 5 must-visit flea markets in Washington DC where you’ll find awesome stuff.
1. Georgetown Flea Market
Since 1972, Georgetown Flea Market has been the place to find some incredibly unique things that are truly vintage and antique. There is always an array of vendors and you can find everything from furniture to clothes to toys or art. Georgetown Flea Market is open year-round every Sunday.
2. The Flea Market at Eastern Market
The Flea Market at Eastern Market is a Washington DC favorite. It has everything you could ever need from jewelry to hand painted bowls, to delicious foods and beautiful plants. The Flea Market is one of the most diverse in the country. It’s open every Sunday on Capitol Hill.
3. The Flea Market
The Big Flea Market is technically located outside of DC in the Dulles Expo Center but it’s worth noting. Held a few times a year, with over 700 booths, this is the largest indoor antique flea market in the Mid-Atlantic. You can find a little bit of everything in these booths.
4. Bethesda Farm Women’s Market
Bethesda Farm Women’s Market is a very cool shopping experience in downtown Bethesda not far from Washington DC. The Market offers food and drink, music, artisans, boutique businesses, flowers, local businesses and much more!
5. Arlington Civitan Flea Market
Just a few minutes outside of Washington DC, the Arlington Civitan Garage Sale/Flea Market is a unique place to shop for cool stuff. It’s a fundraiser for the Arlington Civitan Club. This market combines ordinary people who might not want to have a garage sale outside of their homes and professional vendors. You can find all types of fascinating treasures.
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