The best thing about browsing at flea markets is that you never know what you’ll discover. Unlike Farmers Markets, our open-air flea markets allow vendors to sell all kinds of secondhand treasures in addition to the usual handmade and edible goods. And while flea market shopping can be a bit of a gamble, it’s one that usually pays off. We’ve got over a dozen annual flea markets in Washington, and it may surprise you to learn that the largest one is in Pasco. When the Pasco Flea Market in Pasco operates at full capacity, you’ll find around 600 vendors on-site.

Have you ever been to the Pasco Flea Market in Pasco? Do you agree that it’s one of the best flea markets in Washington? Look for updates and announcements on their Facebook page.

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Treasure Hunting In Washington

Which antique stores in Washington are the best to visit? 

If you can't get enough of hunting for the perfect item, take a journey through these amazing antique stores in Washington:

  • Don't let the name fool you, Nasty Jacks is chock full of classy items for all sorts of antique enthusiasts. They even have items sourced from across the pond!
  • At Persnickety's Awesomeness Emporium, you are sure to find a plethora of, well, awesome items! You may need to do some digging but there are lots of exciting things to be found.
  • Finders Keepers furnishings is great for anyone looking to give their house some old style, but they also have items like purses and jewelry to help spice up your look.


Are there any interesting museums in Washington that I should check out? 

If you want to treasure hunt on the cheap, you can always check out one of the many museums in Washington with interesting collections, such as:

  • The Rubber Chicken Museum may be a bit of a tourist trap, but this massive collection is actually quite fascinating and will definitely provide a laugh.
  • The World Kite Museum is such a cute little day trip! They have a huge collection of kites from all over the world and learning about how different cultures embrace kite-making is sure to fascinate.
  • The International Mermaid Museum is perfect for those supernatural enthusiasts. The collection exhibits tons of mermaid and undersea-themed are and will teach you a lot about mermaid lore as well


Which natural wonders in Washington are the most beautiful? 

For fewer material types of treasure, you can visit one of the gorgeous natural wonders in Washington, including:

  • Diablo Lake is breathtakingly turquoise, and the mountain views around it are so inspiring. Don't forget your camera!
  • Dry Falls are exactly what they sound like, dry waterfalls. The falls were four times the size of Niagara falls when they were formed but now all that remains are the impressive cliffs the water used to dive off of.
  • Hoh Rainforest is the only temperate rainforest in North America and you will feel like you've hopped on a plane to a tropical land when you enter. It is utterly magical.


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