There’s nothing like finding a bargain on a beautiful bauble or useful item. When you want to take home some amazing treasures but don’t want to empty out your wallet in the process, hunting through a great thrift store is the perfect solution. These are some of the best thrift stores in Massachusetts that offer awesome selections at unbeatable prices.

You’ll be sure to find something fabulous at these great thrift stores. What are some of your favorite thrift stores around the Bay State?

For more vintage treasures, check out our list of the 10 best flea markets in Massachusetts.

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Are there any flea markets in Massachusetts?

Many of us love to hunt for treasures at flea markets in Massachusetts and there are many around the state that are worth a visit. The Douglas Flea Market is one that is indoors and open year-round and where you can find antiques as well as unusual items. The Cambridge Antique Market hosts over 150 vendors on five floors selling all sorts of antiques and other wares and has a helpful staff that may be able to help you track down a hard-to-find item you’re looking for. One of the largest in New England happens to be the Grafton Flea Market with hundreds of vendors sprawled over several acres. Get your walking shoes ready so you can peruse thousands of items at this large outdoor market. It’s a good thing there’s food sold as you’ll probably be here all day! You can track down more treasures at these 13 exciting flea markets in Massachusetts.

What are some unique stores in Massachusetts I can visit?

In the lovely seaside town of Chatham along Main Street sits the world’s largest rubber ducky store. Ducks In a Window is a whimsical store with over 800 different rubber duckies that would put a smile on anyone’s face! Here you can buy a rubber ducky that’s personalized with a name embroidered on a sailor hat. What a great gift! The Bay State also has several general stores that are wonderfully unique places to visit. Once a church, the Brewster Store sells old-fashioned penny candy, ice cream, books, puzzles, and other gifts and has a sense of nostalgia about it. Marshfield General Store has been in operation for over 150 years and is now owned by actor Steve Carrell! Pop by and maybe he’ll be there too.

What are some hidden gems in Massachusetts?

From little-known restaurants to places locals only know about, hidden gems can be found anywhere throughout the Bay State if you look hard enough. If you happen to stumble into the Mary Baker Eddy Library in Boston, stop by the Mapparium, a three-story stained-glass globe that you can stroll through along its 30-foot walkway. It’s both a beautiful and impressive sight! Castle Hill at The Crane Estate in Ipswich has a dramatic manicured lawn that sweeps all the way down to the seaside as well as ruins that provide a fascinating place to explore. Beauty can certainly be found within the countless hidden gems around Massachusetts.

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