There is no better way to spend a beautiful weekend afternoon than by crashing a couple flea markets and finding something awesome that you didn’t even know existed! That is exactly why we have assembled this list of the 10 best flea markets in Massachusetts — enjoy!
Find vintage furniture and fashion at Derby Square Flea Salvage Art
Monthly vintage market featuring vendors of: vintage and up-cycled furniture and fashion; collectibles, antiques, salvage, as well as jewelry, art and handmade goods by local artisans.
The market will take place on the third Saturdays of May through September from 10am-5pm in Derby Square located in the heart of Historic Salem, MA. There is no admission fee. The market is a collaboration between Derby Square Flea Salvage Art and the City of Salem.
Get out there this summer and hunt down a new lamp, or a new flame!
Attend the oldest outdoor antique show in Brimfield
Brimfield is home to what many consider as the oldest outdoor antiques market. Running for more than 50 years, the event draws about 50,000 people from all over the country to see thousands of booths that are set up. This event is held three times a year, in the months of May, July and September, and runs for six days, from Tuesdays to Saturdays.
Hang out at the Somerville Flea
Right in the middle of Davis Square you will find the Somerville Flea which is held every Sunday from May 31st to October 11th. A lot of the items featured in this market are vintage and antiques that have been “reclaimed, restored and repurposed”. Aside from the shopping experience, people also come to watch local musicians perform every week.
Spend a Sunday at SoWa Open Market
SoWa Open Market is one of the top places to spend your Sunday while in Boston. There’s so much to see and do in just one day. The event which runs from May to October features an arts and crafts market, a farmers market, a specialty market plus 20 of Boston’s most iconic food trucks.
Find great bargains at Wellfleet Flea Market
Every summer, many spend their nights watching movies under the stars at Wellfleet Drive-In Theatre. But there’s another reason why thousands visit Cape Cod during the weekend and that is the Wellfleet Flea Market. The biggest flea market in Cape Cod, it features over 200 vendors selling a wide variety of goods from new items, memorabilia, antiques and so much more.
Discover hidden treasures at the Douglas Flea Market
Located in the historic Dutch Hoop Bosma Barn, the Douglas Flea has been serving the community for more than 30 years. Bargain hunters will surely be delighted to navigate the market filled with antiques, vintage items, memorabilia, collectibles and so much more. The market is open every weekend, all year round and admission is free.
Put on a cool outfit from SoWa Vintage Market
The SoWA district is known for its art galleries, restaurants and open markets. But one shop stands out on Harrison Avenue and that is the SoWA Vintage Market. This indoor market is a popular place for finding everything vintage, from clothes to furniture and so much more.
Geek out at the MIT Swapfest
In the heart of one of the country’s top educational institutions, a different kind of flea is happening. Also known as the Swapfest, this market features amateur radio, computers and electronics at bargain prices. The event is held on the third Sunday of each month, from April through October.
Have a blast at Dudley Do Right Flea Market
Dudley Do Right is one of the most popular flea markets in New England. With tons of antiques and collectibles in their front room and general flea market goods in the other, there’s always something for everyone. The market also hosts special events throughout spring and summer like antique and classic car shows, motorcyle and bike swap meets, Sci-Fi conventions and a lot more.
Strike a bargain at Grafton Flea Market
For over 40 years shoppers have been flocking to Grafton Flea. It is considered to be one of the oldest and best flea markets in New England. This outdoor and indoor flea market is open every Sunday from April to December.
Test your haggling skills at Revere Flea Market
This outdoor flea market in Revere offers a wide variety of goods at bargain prices. It’s the perfect place to practice your bargaining skills since the atmosphere is laid back and not intimidating. It’s open every Saturday and Sunday, from April to December.