Massachusetts December 23, 2018
6 Winter Flea Markets In Massachusetts To Enjoy All Season Long
If you love a bargain, there’s nothing like an old-fashioned flea market. But Massachusetts is known for its harsh winters, meaning many flea markets are closed for the cold season. Where do you go when you want to treasure-hunt in the chilly weather? Try one of these awesome winter flea markets.
1. Yankee Flea Market, Palmer
Head to the Yankee Flea Market in Palmer to pick through the wares of more than 160 vendors in this 12,000-square-foot selling space. Located right in the Pioneer Valley, this spot offers everything from antique furniture to contemporary fashion finds. They also have a wide selection of affordable art. (1311 Park St., Palmer)
2. SoWa Vintage Market, Boston
The SoWa Vintage Market is one of Boston’s real gems. This year-round flea market has a rotating roster of vendors that specialize in curating truly amazing pieces, from quirky home decor to antique prints and everything in between. You can pick up some really funky retro fashion here or just stock up on cheap dinnerware. They’re open on Sundays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., rain or shine. (324 Albany St., Boston)
3. Kev's Barn Flea Market, Granby
This little country flea market is tucked away in a traditional red New England Barn. They carry a wide array of merchandise from pre-owned furniture to interesting odds and ends. It’s open every Wednesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
(185 W. State St., Granby)
4. Cambridge Antique Market, Cambridge
This is a multi-story antique extravaganza. The Cambridge Antique Market is the perfect destination if you’re looking to pick up some cool vintage wares at bargain prices. They have five floors of goods and over 150 vendors. It’s also a great place to shop for vintage fashion. (201 Monsignor Obrien Hwy., Cambridge)
5. Ramble Market, Waltham
Ramble Market’s motto is "curious wonders new and old," and it certainly delivers. Head to this spot seven days a week from 10 a.m. to peruse shelves and trunks of beautiful jewelry, furniture, home decor, and antiques. You can also pick up cool modern items made by local crafters and artists. (39 Green St., Waltham)
6. Douglas Flea Market, Douglas
This awesome flea market is open every weekend year-round. It’s housed in a historic Dutch Hoop Bosma barn and offers over 40 vendors. If you’re looking for unique tableware, trinkets, or gifts, this is the spot. You can also head out back for clearance furniture at incredible bargains. (436 NE Main St., Douglas)
What’s your favorite year-round flea market in Massachusetts? Share and let us know in the comments.
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