There's nothing like a day spent outdoors in the summer shopping for hidden gems and bargain hunting. From antique fairs to carnival-like atmospheres, Massachusetts is home to dozens of amazing flea markets filled with treasures you won't find anywhere else. Keep reading to learn more about one of the best and biggest flea markets in New England.
The Raynham Flea Market is a decades-old Bristol County tradition. This indoor and outdoor market is open year-round and features over 500 vendors and spans over 60,000 square feet. Known as New England's "premier flea market" Raynham is less than an hour away from Worcester, Providence, Boston, and Cape Bridges.
Start your journey off at their outdoor mart, a 10-acre lot filled with locally grown produce, antique items, and super discounted household items.
Inside their massive barn building, you'll find much more. This indoor mart is home to hundreds of vendors selling everything from gorgeous vintage jewelry and clothes to furniture, art, electronics, and even vacuums. This one-stop shop has it all–from old to brand new items.
There are also 5 food trucks and a restaurant located on-site just in case you need a sit-down break from rummaging through all the bins and piles of merchandise here. Food vendors sell everything from fresh pizza and burgers to kettle corn.
The Raynham Flea is open every Sunday throughout the whole year from 7 am until 5 pm. They operated a holiday market from Thanksgiving until Christmas that's open every Saturday and Sunday as well.
Admission into the market is just $1 for adults, .75 cents for seniors, and children 12 and under enter for free. Raynham is located at 480 S St W at the intersection of Routes 24 and 44 West.
It's been noted that vendors tend to offer their best deals towards the end of the day, but we still recommend getting to Raynham Flea early to avoid traffic and parking issues.