Boston August 04, 2016
7 Awesome Flea Markets In Boston
Who doesn’t love a good deal and a good flea market? For those hard-core flea market lovers, Boston has plenty to choose from. From furnishings to antiques to everything in between, these 7 flea markets will give you plenty of bargains to explore.
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1. SoWa Open Market, 460 Harrison Ave, Boston
SoWa Open Market is open on Sundays from May through October and is held outdoors. It offers vendors selling crafts, artwork, housewares, fresh produce and more.
2. Sowa Vintage Market, 460 C Harrison Ave, Boston
Next door to the SoWa Open market is the SoWa Vintage Market. Open every Sunday all year, it’s held indoors. Here, you can shop for a large variety of vintage flea market finds. SoWa Vintage Market holds its vendors to very high standards, so you’re sure to find only high quality merchandise.
3. Revere Flea Market, 565 Squire Rd, Revere
Revere Flea Market offers the typical flea market experience with a wide array of goods to choose from, including locally grown produce. Open on Saturday and Sunday, the market is held outdoors in a private parking lot.
4. MIT Flea Market, Albany and Main Streets, Cambridge
This indoor/outdoor flea market is held in the M.I.T. parking lot. They are open every third Sunday of the month from April to October. They have a variety of vendors with a wide selection of goods.
5. Maxwell Flea Market, 65 E. Cottage St, Dorchester
Maxwell Flea Market offers both new and used items along with baked items and farmer’s market goods. The vendors are quirky and interesting to talk to and always willing to negotiate a good deal.
6. Cambridge Antique Market, 201 Monsignor Obrien Hwy, Cambridge
The Cambridge Antique Market combines flea market with consignment shop. This flea market is open on weekends and weekdays.
7. Somerville Flea, Somerville
The Somerville Flea is in the middle of Davis Square. It’s held every Sunday from May 31st to October 11th. You can find vintage and antique items that have been reclaimed, restored and repurposed.
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