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The 9 Best Flea Markets in Washington

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Washington boasts some of the most exciting antiques destinations in the Pacific Northwest. The state’s antique-friendly cities and towns specialize in pottery, jewelry, art, history, furniture and other vintage goods that entice savvy shoppers.

“The Evergreen” State is also home to some of the nation’s most inspiring state wildlife refuges and national parks. And those who love the great outdoors will love the vintage finds that celebrate nature, including vintage gardening and fishing items, nature-themed posters and art, and collectibles from the state’s early history.

From the massive 70,000-square-foot antique mall in Cashmere to the many delights of the “Antique Capital of the Northwest” in Snohomish, Washington’s small-town antique dealers have something for everyone. Whether you are in the market for a specific item or just love the thrill of the hunt, Washington offers an incredibly diverse array of stores and flea markets for your shopping pleasure.

For your convenience, here’s a list of the best flea markets in Washington. Each was selected for the quality of its items, with 70% or more of the merchandise being authentic vintage or antique.

1. Packwood Flea Market – Packwood, Washington

Packwood Flea Market © Packwood Flea Market Vendor Sites Facebook
Packwood Flea Market © Packwood Flea Market Vendor Sites Facebook

Located in the small unincorporated area known as Packwood, the Packwood Flea Market is more than one of the best flea markets in Washington, it’s a destination. Packwood has a population of less than 2,000 people, but on market days, the area booms. The Packwood Flea Market is located in a beautiful and picturesque setting between two mountains. The market is organized by local residents who prepare everything for the big event, with homeowners and property managers renting space to various vendors.

Held twice a year, the show can attract up to 20,000 visitors. Antique fans, vintage enthusiasts and collectors won’t be disappointed with the selection of more than 600 vendors. You’ll find vinyl, clothing, Americana, silverware, fishing tackle, vintage jewelry, furniture, books, and an assortment of everything else you can imagine. Get there early, because serious buyers actually camp out to get the best stuff.

Where: 104 Snyder Rd, Packwood, WA 98361
When: Seasonal | May & August-September | Friday through Sunday: 9:00 am – dusk | Monday: 9:00 am – noon — check website for exact dates
Read More: Full review of the Packwood Flea Market on Fleamapket

2. Fremont Sunday Market – Seattle, Washington

Fremont Sunday Market photo by Fremont Sunday Market 8
Fremont Sunday Market © Fremont Sunday Market

One of Seattle’s most popular and longest running flea markets is the Fremont Sunday Market. The market was founded in 1990 by Jon and Candace Hegeman, who were inspired by the markets they visited on their travels.

Held year-round, Fremont offers a European-style street market experience filled with all kinds of curios, art, food and more. As many as 200 merchants are often on hand selling vintage, retro, antiques, collectibles, estate sale finds and world imports. Merchandise for sale often includes items such as vintage paper collectibles, movie posters, luggage and clothing, and other items of interest. Surrounded by charming shops, restaurants, and cafes, it’s a great way to spend a Sunday in Seattle.

Where: 3401 Evanston Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103
When: Weekly | Sunday: 9:00 am — 4:00 pm
Read More: Full review of the Fremont Sunday Market on Fleamapket

3. Farm Chicks Show – Spokane, Washington

The Farm Chicks ©The Farm Chicks Facebook
The Farm Chicks © The Farm Chicks Facebook

The creation of writer and antique lover, Serena Thompson, Farm Chicks Show began as a humble show in a barn in 2002. Since then, Farm Chicks Show has grown significantly and has made the list of many antique lovers who visit some of the best flea markets in Washington. More than 300 vendors appear at the show each June at the Spokane County Fairgrounds.

The event’s vendors are all hand-selected by Thompson. This careful curation of the show results in only quality vendors and hundreds of antiques, vintage items and handmade treasures. No Chinese or knockoff junk to be found here. Admission is $8 per day or $10 for the weekend pass. Come early if you want to be one of the first in the door, but don’t be surprised if you have to wait. Trust us, it’s worth it.

Where: 1 N Havana St, Spokane, WA 99217, USA
When: Annual | June: 9:00 am — 6:00 pm — check the website for exact dates
Read More: Full review of the Farm Chicks Show on Fleamapket

4. Seattle Antiques Market – Seattle, Washington

Seattle Antiques Market © Seattle Antiques Market Website
Seattle Antiques Market © Seattle Antiques Market Website

A world of treasures awaits you at the Seattle Antiques Market, and we bet you’ll agree that it should definitely be on your list of the best flea markets in Washington. The sprawling 6,000-square-foot market is one of the largest in the state and is located in one of the city’s busiest spots, the Seattle waterfront.

Located just steps from the Aquarium and Pike Street Market, the antique store offers antiques, vintage items, and collectibles for the discerning collector. Mid-century modern, vintage advertising, kitchenware, clothing, nautical pieces and more are among the shop’s merchandise. The store regularly updates its website to highlight some of its newest items.

Where: 1400 Alaskan Way Seattle, WA 98101
When: : Daily | Monday through Sunday: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

5. Treasure Harbor Flea Market – Aberdeen, Washington

Treasure Harbor Flea Market © Treasure Harbor Flea Market Facebook
Treasure Harbor Flea Market © Treasure Harbor Flea Market Facebook

Aberdeen, Washington welcomes visitors with a sign that reads “Come as You Are. It’s a tribute to the city’s native son, Kurt Cobain. Located on the banks of the Wishkah and right on Grays Harbor, scenic Aberdeen is one of the best antique shopping towns in the region and home to one of the best flea markets in Washington.

Treasure Harbor Flea Market already has 7,000 square feet of flea market space for your shopping pleasure, with plans to expand to over 20,000 square feet in the future. The market moves indoors for the winter and then expands outdoors all summer. Food trucks are on hand to keep you fueled for the extreme bargain hunting. Whether you are looking for furniture, books, garden tools, stoneware or jewelry, you will find your treasures at the Treasure Harbor Flea Market.

Where: 4608 Central Park Dr, Aberdeen, WA 98520
When: Weekends | Friday through Sunday: 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

6. SODO Flea Market – Seattle, Washington

SODO Flea Market © SODO Flea Market Facebook
SODO Flea Market © SODO Flea Market Facebook

If you are looking for a relaxed party atmosphere in an urban setting, Seattle’s outdoor SODO Flea Market is the place to be. In addition to a dazzling array of items for sale, the market functions as a fun community of makers, sellers, collectors, and families. Twice a month, SODO hosts a flea market with more than 50 vendors selling antiques, vintage clothing, and handmade goods. SODO has been so successful that it has expanded to two markets per month in 2019, one on the second Saturday and one on the last Saturday.

SODO began as a collaboration between the Fremont Vintage Mall and two vintage stores, Rejuvenation and Atlas Vintage. Now that SODO is located at Epic Antique, shoppers can enjoy the many amazing offerings at Epic, an antique store located in an old warehouse known for its mid-century pieces. SODO is pet-friendly, so bring your furry friend along for the ride.

Where: 3701 7th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98134
When: Weekends: | Saturday: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm — check the website for future dates

7. Apple Annie Antique Gallery – Cashmere, Washington

Apple Annie Antique Market © Apple Annie Antique Market Facebook
Apple Annie Antique Market © Apple Annie Antique Market Facebook

Cashmere is one of the premier antique destinations in America, and one of the best flea markets in Washington is Apple Annie Antique Gallery, which has also been named one of the top ten antique stores in America. Apple Annie opened in 2006 and now has more than 200 vendors calling the gallery home.

With more than 70,000 square feet of antiques and collectibles, visitors can spend a day at one of the best flea markets in Washington. The gallery is known for its Depression-era glass, early American oak furniture, and 19th- and 20th-century pottery and china. Apple Annie Antique Gallery also has an impressive 1950s-style diner, the 59er, where shoppers can relax and enjoy local food.

Where: 100 Apple Annie Ave, Cashmere, WA 98815
When: Daily | Monday through Sunday: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm

8. Penny Lane Antique Mall – Bellingham, Washington

Penny Lane Antique © Mall Penny Lane Antique Mall Facebook
Penny Lane Antique © Mall Penny Lane Antique Mall Facebook

Penny Lane Antique Mall is a one-of-a-kind antique experience located in downtown Bellingham’s Old Town district and one of the best flea markets in Washington. The 10,000-square-foot mall has been going strong since 1990 and features 40 antique dealers specializing in kitchenware, books, furniture, ephemera, mid-century modern furniture collectibles and more.

Located off the waterfront on Holly Street in this fast-growing Washington city, Penny Lane has a pleasing display of vinyl, posters, clothing and toys, and everything else you can imagine. Shoppers love Penny Lane because new items arrive daily and the knowledgeable staff is always willing to help collectors track down coveted items.

Where: 427 W Holly St, Bellingham, WA 98225
When: Daily | Monday through Sunday: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

9. Love of Junk, Walla Walla’s Vintage Market -Walla Walla, Washington

Love of Junk © Love of Junk Facebook
Love of Junk © Love of Junk Facebook

Love of Junk got its start in the summer of 2013 at Swenson Farm, just outside of beautiful Walla Walla. The flea market is the brainchild of Brenda and Doug Swenson, who were looking for a way to supplement their farm income. They held a massive, one-weekend junk sale. The event took off and soon grew.

In 2017, the Swensons’ event was named the fourth best flea market in Washington. In addition to their own collection of amazing “junk,” there are several vendors, including those specializing in industrial and mid-century items. There is plenty of parking and green space, fine food vendors, and plenty of opportunities to relax under shade trees while listening to live music. Love of Junk’s Swenson Farm location also offers visitors breathtaking views of the Blue Mountains, making this a unique event not to be missed. Admission is free for children under 12 and $4 for all other ages.

Where: 253 Valley Chapel Rd, Walla Walla, WA 99362
When:  Annual | Friday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm | Saturday: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm — check website for exact dates

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