New Hampshire September 17, 2016
Everyone In New Hampshire Should Visit This Epic Flea Market At Least Once
Spending a day at the flea market is always an adventure. You never know what you may find, or who you may meet. The Hollis flea market, the oldest and largest in New Hampshire, has been providing great shopping and great adventure for more than 50 years. This flea market is unlike anything else in the Granite State, and you have to visit!
Each Sunday, the Hollis Flea Market draws so many people that two officers are called in to direct traffic. Thousands of shoppers and 400 venders come to the more than twenty acres.
Roaming through the flea market you can find anything, from old jewelry...
To signs and knick-knacks....
... To modern appliances.
All of them, of course, are served with a friendly face. The market has been operating since 1964, and has been owned by the Prieto family since the 1970s.
In addition to coming to shop, you are welcome to sell your treasures at the Hollis Flea Markets. Vendors don't have to reserve space before hand, and the day cost just $25. Of course, shopping is the focus and the fun, and you'll never know what you might find.
The Flea Market is open from 7 a.m. to the late afternoon. To keep shoppers going during the day, the Hollis Flea Market has food and liquor licenses, so you can kick back and relax.
Whether you're enjoying a cold beer or a quick afternoon snack, the market will have what you're looking for.
It's the perfect field to get back to shopping!
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