Chicago September 30, 2017
8 Amazing Flea Markets In Chicago You Absolutely Have To Visit
Some of the best flea markets in the world can be found right here in Chicago, and we’ve got the list. From indoor to outdoor sales, you’ll find everything from antiques to fresh produce and more.
You could spend a whole day at each of these eight fabulous markets. Don’t miss a single one.
1. Buyers Flea Market (4545 W Division Street)
Chicago's largest indoor flea market features hundreds of dealers offering just about anything you could imagine. It takes place every Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and includes thousands of bargains on name brand goods.
2. Vintage Garage Chicago (5051 N Broadway)
The best deals in the city are available April through October on the third Sunday of each month. Visitors can stop by for antique clothing, jewelry, artwork, and other goods. Don’t miss one of its most popular events, the annual holiday sale.
3. Wolff's Flea Market (6920 N Mannheim Road in Rosemont)
You'll find one of Chicago's best flea markets in the Allstate Arena parking lot on Sundays in July and August from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. It’s most popular for anyone with a love of unique clothing, fine art, furniture, and produce.
4. Maxwell Street Market (800 S Des Plaines Street)
Locals flock to this amazing market for unique items, fresh produce, and other amazing products. It is open on Sundays and draws a crowd with its food trucks and vendors.
5. Kane County Flea Market (525 S Randall Road in Saint Charles)
Everyone knows this is the best place to shop in the Midwest. There is a $5 admission fee to enter, but visitors will be blown away by the array of antiques and collectibles available for purchase.
6. Randolph Street Market (1340 W Washington Boulevard)
This West Loop market pops up every so often with sales Chicagoans can't get enough of. Patrons enjoy shopping everything from food to furniture. There is both an indoor and an outdoor location depending on the time of year and weather conditions.
7. Swap-O-Rama (4200 S Ashland Avenue)
This is the oldest flea market in the city with three locations around town. Just about anything on your wish list is likely sold here. You could spend a whole day roaming the aisles of bargains!
8. Wheaton All Night Flea Market (2015 Manchester Road in Wheaton)
One of Chicagoland's best flea markets is one that embraces the night. The upcoming Haunted Halloween Flea Market takes place October 21, 2017. The event includes music, food vendors, and much more.
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Which of the city’s best flea markets have you visited? Share your finds with us in the comments below!