Where Are the Top Flea Markets in Washington DC?
Flea Market shopping is one way to score quality items and forgotten treasures for very low prices. Whether you're on the hunt for a "find" or you just want to save a few bucks on everyday items, the top flea markets in Washington D.C. offer a variety of wares.
DC MEETMarket - 15th & P Street NW
A newer entrant to the flea market circuit, this market opens in April and runs through December every year at Logan Circle. You don't have to pay to get in and you can shop approximately 40 local vendors for items ranging from clothing and art to baked goods and produce.
Georgetown Flea Market - 1819 35th Street NW
The Georgetown Flea Market dates back forty years and is a favorite of fashionable bargain hunters. It's open every Sunday starting at 8am and runs until 4pm with extended summer hours. Top picks to look for are fashion, furniture, art, and fine china.
Arlington Civitan Flea Market - 15th Street North, Arlington
The Civitan club in Arlington, VA, hosts a flea market similar to a huge garage sale. It's held April through November on the first Saturday of each month and provides a number of great items.
Eastern Market - 225 7th Street SE
Open every day of the week except on Mondays, the Eastern Market is one of the oldest flea markets in the city. They have two markets at the north and the south hall on Capitol Hill. The outdoor market opens on weekends, attracting crowds for the excellent food, arts, crafts and variety of other items.
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