10 Top Flea Markets in Washington

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Attention all compulsive shoppers! If you don’t already know this, flea markets can be an absolute jackpot if you are looking for unique items. That’s why we have put together this list of the top 10 flea markets in Washington. Get ready for shopping bliss. Want more? We’ve got a pretty amazing list of the 150 top places to see in Seattle — definitely worth a look!

Experience the festive Fremont Sunday Market

Fremont is Seattle’s most colorful Sunday Market. Started in 1990, this European-styled market is still one of the most popular destinations with over 200 vendors showcasing antiques, collectibles, retro and vintage items and other treasures. Aside from the shopping experience, thousands of visitors from all over the country flock every weekend for special events like the Fremont Outdoor Movies and the Red White and Dead Zombie Walk.

 

Lose track of time at Olympia Flea Market

With over 8,000 square feet of unique items, this flea market is the biggest in Olympia. Customers can literally spend hours browsing through thousands of items from antiques, vintage furniture and jewelry to old photographs, records and toys. The market is open on Saturdays and Sundays, all year long.

 

Shop with a view at Packwood Flea Market

With a great view of Mt. Rainier in the north, shopping at Packwood is an ultimate experience. For more than 30 years, thousands drive up north every weekend to hunt for rare finds and unique items in this popular flea market. On peak days, traffic can stretch for a mile long.

 

Find something different at Pasco Flea Market

Pasco Flea is the largest open air market in Washington. It showcases over 600 vendor spaces featuring a wide variety of items like sporting goods, musical instruments, clothing and more. This weekend market is open from March through December.

 

Experience the famous Pike Place Market

One of the top tourist attractions in the world, Pike Place is Seattle’s most popular destination. There are a lot of reasons to visit Pike Place but the one that tops the list is shopping. Aside from the famous farmers market, there’s a gamut of small shops specializing in unique items in every turn.

 

“Flea by the sea” at Anacortes Flea Market

This indoor flea market in Anacortes offers a great selection of items. With products added every week, shoppers will find something new in each visit. They’re open daily from Mondays to Sundays.

 

Feast your eyes on some great finds at Junk Drunk

Junk Drunk is an annual vintage market held in Colville. Every second week of April, this juried event attracts thousands of shoppers looking for unique items and rare finds. Aside from the yearly event, they also hold occasional shows throughout the year.

 

Step in a wonderland at the Mad Hatter Vintage Flea Market

There’s only one word to describe the Mad Hatter Vintage Flea Market and that is “magical”. Visitors will be in for a visual treat with beautifully decorated booths filled with antiques and vintage items. No wonder it has been featured in magazines like Flea Market Style, Women Metro and Porch.

 

Strike a bargain at Star Lite Swap Meet

Star Lite Swap Meet is an indoor and outdoor market in Lakewood City. Shoppers will anything and everything from the freshest produce to new and used clothing. This marketplace is open daily from Tuesdays to Sundays.

 

Get a hold of a unique find at Seabold Vintage Market

A hidden gem in Bainbridge Island, Seabold is a vintage lover’s paradise. Shoppers willl be definitely go gaga over their high quality and cool vintage items from fashion to furniture. They have occasional shows througout the year in addition to their online shop.