Welcome, DC flea market enthusiasts We know you are always looking for a new flea market to check out over the weekend, so we compiled a solid list of the 8 flea markets that you have to visit in Washington DC. Dig in because these markets are a bit crazy, but that’s how we like ’em.
Discover hidden treasures at Georgetown Flea Market
Georgetown Flea Market offers a wide variety of items for sale from antiques and collectibles to rugs, pottery and china. Many notable personalites have been sighted browsing through the market since it opened in 1972. This outdoor market is held on Sundays, all throughout the year.
Hunt for rare finds at the Flea Market at Eastern Market
For more than 30 years, the Flea Market at Eastern Market has been showcasing the most diverse items like antiques, collectibles and imports from all over the world. It has been recognized as “one of the best markets in the world” by Huffington Post. This Sunday market is open all year round.
Meet and greet with local artists at DC MEET Market
Since it was launched in 2012, this market has gathered local small businesses, artists and designers to come together for the community. More than a place to buy goods, it’s a where people can interact through crafts or activities, or just simply to exchange stories. Every first Saturday of every month from April through November, DC MEET Market is held in the heart of Logan Circle.
Experience the historic Eastern Market
Built in 1873, the historic Eastern Market is DC’s top food and arts market. The South Hall Market is where indoor vendors showcase their freshest produce and baked goods all week long except Mondays. On weekends, over a hundred exhibitors bring their handmade arts and crafts, jewelry and antiques, and a whole lot more.
Find anything and everything at Bethesda Farm Women’s Market
Bethesda Farm Women’s Market is Montgomery County’s oldest continuing farm market. This marketplace sells just about anything and everything. The event is held every Sunday, all year round.
See and be seen at District Flea
During its heyday, District Flea hosts over a hundred artists, collectors, makers and chefs in and around DC. It’s a go to place on a Saturday for curated items and great food. They’re currently on hiatus and patrons cannot wait for the market to re-open.
Get “funky” in DC at this flea market
One of DC’s best kept secrets, this “funky flea” market is held every Saturday and Sunday, all year round. It attracts local vendors and shoppers from near and far to this weekend event. Vendors from other states like Rhode Island, New York and Pennsylvania have participated in the event.
Shop for hours at DC Big Flea Market
With over 700 booths, this is the largest indoor antique flea market in Mid-Atlantic. Held in Dulles Expo Center, this two day event has a little bit of everything from fine antiques to vintage fashion and more. Aside from DC, the Big Flea market also hosts shows in New York City and Fredericksburg.