15 Best Flea Markets in Delaware

  • VERONICA DELACRUZ
  • UPDATED Jul 04, 2018
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Being one among the 50 states in the U.S, a small mid-Atlantic state, Delaware attracts every travel freak, blogger, shopper and art lover through its cool sights and scenic views. Dover, being the capital of Delaware, is also the second largest city. One of the beautiful cities, Wilmington welcomes you with a pleasant view of nature and also has boutiques, restaurants and huge shopping zones. 

You know, a trip isn't complete without being on a shopping spree. Ever wondered of how about shopping a truck full of items that you love the most and paying a mere amount for? Well, here are the best flea markets in Delaware wherein you can find and openly bargain on the things of every aspect, choice of every kind and taste of every individual which comes handy and budget-friendly.

Top Flea Markets in Delaware

1. First State Flea

First State Flea is a market located in Wilmington has got something or just the right thing for everyone! It is an open basket of varieties of things and gadgets you can grab on as it contains vintage clothing, unique antique pieces, handcrafted goods and furnishings and a lot more at a fair price.

It is open on every first Saturday of the month from 9 AM to 3 PM. It has got some tasty treats to fill in your tummy while shopping.  First Flea Market is the place wherein you can shop, eat and have loads of fun with your family and friends. 

2. Laurel junction

The Laurel junction located in Laurel is famous for its amazing offers and rare items wherein they won't collect sales tax for the materials you shop for. It has a wide range of vendors selling clothing, food, beverages, and lot more. This huge outdoor flea market is a must visit with an empty stomach to grab on some tasty and the best-fried chicken across the state. This place is more enjoyable if you drop-in with a group of friends or family as you get to see awesome collections of accessories and goods and also delicious food is happy to accompany you.

The Laurel junction is open on Fridays from11 Am to 4 PM and on weekends from 6 AM to 5 PM. If you are a morning person, it is the best place to spend your weekend by arriving early and start your day with some fresh cuisine to fill in your stomach and start shopping!

3. Spence's Bazaar

Located at the state's capital, Dover, Spence's Bazaar is known for a rare collection of antiques, movies, ethnic jewelry, swords and the list goes on. You also get to see auctions taking place. The pizza place is present to beat the hunger. Actually, this is a place where you can grab a pizza and a drink to accompany you and wander around noticing that this place has got everything covered from oldest tools to fresh products.

The Spence's Bazaar is open on every Tuesdays from 7:30 AM to 5 PM, Fridays from 7:30 AM to 5 PM and Saturdays from 7:30 AM to 3 PM. When boredom strikes hard, this is the place you can surely think of jumping into! 

4. Dutch Country Farmer's Market

The Dutch Country Farmer's Market is located in Middletown. This place is filled with tremendous collection among various fields such as seafood to pot pies, pancakes to soft pretzels, baked goods to handmade furniture. You think and you see it in front of your eyes within seconds. There is nothing it doesn't consist of. Also, you get to see poultry, shopping zones, fresh meats, pig roast, ribs and plenty as such.

 If you have a sweet tooth, then, this place is for you as you find donuts, fudge and many delicious varieties to dive into!

The Dutch Country Farmer's Market is open on Thursday 8:30 AM to 6 PM, Friday 8:30 AM to 7 PM and Saturday from 8:30 AM to 4 PM. This place is worth visiting if you have utter cravings for food and shopping!

5. New Castle Farmer's market

New Castle Farmer's Market is located in  New Castle, Delaware. It is a collection of list of items that you have been looking for so long or may be of the things that you could have barely imagined to add to your list. From seafood to sausages, from pizzas to donuts and many more cuisine at your service. You get to see pet shops, repair shops, Amish goods, baked products, cowboy hats and boots and many as such which are budget-friendly. You also get to see much fresh produce over there. 

The New Castle Farmer's Market is open on Friday and Saturday(9 AM to 9 PM) and on Sundays(10 AM to 6 PM). I am sure you will definitely find the things you have been looking for and also you end up buying things that was secretly resting in your thoughts. This can surely be chosen as a picnic place to enjoy shopping, eating, wandering or simply observing. 

6. Wilmington's Flea Market

Wilmington's Flea Market is a spacious market and it is the best place to drop-in to buy household items and also to taste amazing non-vegetarian dishes. You also get fresh meat, clothing, collectibles, electronics and antiques and what not! Every item sold there is of highly reasonable and quality maintained products. This place has got everything in just one glance! From groceries to clothing, from simple ornaments to henna shop, it has just got the right thing for you. The exceptional collection of items makes you go awestruck and creates a confusion of what to choose and what not to! You will definitely love this place if you are a bargain hunter!

It is open Monday through Thursday from 9 AM to 8 PM, Fridays and Saturdays from 9 AM to 9:30 AM to 9 PM and on Sundays from 9:30 AM to 7 PM. You can definitely visit this place with your family as you can find every need of a family in one place.

7. Route 13 Outlet Market

Located in Laurel, the Route 13 Outlet Market is worth visiting for its huge collections of factory outlets and mouth-watering gathering of cuisine including Amish food. It has got covered from clothing to accessories, oldest products to trendy ones all under a single roof.

This place is loved by foodies as they get to taste varieties of flavors served in a clean and tidy place. Who does not love food if it is tasty, highly reasonable and served in huge portions? Yes, the Route 13 Outlet Market is the place where you are promised to be pampered by providing amazing stuff and delicious food!

The Route 13 Outlet Market is open on Fridays and Saturdays from 9 AM to 7 PM and Sundays from 9 Am to 6 PM. This place is the one wherein you actually wanted one item but end up buying 2! This place satisfies every desire of a shopping freak and food junks!

8. Mitchell's Flea Market, Bear

The Mitchell's Flea Market located in Bear is a great flea market that you should visit. It has a wide range of collections of rare antique items, and unique collectibles and some fresh produce to look for. It is a budget-friendly market wherein you are free to bargain and get things done as per your wish. You can wander about browsing nothing but still enjoying to see the different and beautiful collections all under a single roof.

The Mitchell's Flea Market is open from Friday through Sunday from 9 AM to 5 PM. You can spend a day shopping or window shopping and return home with awesome stuff.

I am sure these 8 best flea markets in Delaware will definitely shower their love by making you shop your favorite clothing, your kind of jewelry, letting you taste your choice of food according to your taste and guess what? Everything at a fair price without making you compromise in quality. 

This can be a perfect start or end of the trip(as per your choice) wherein you can spend some quality time walking, shopping, talking, wandering, eating and of course bargaining! These best flea markets in Delaware is more likely to make you buy 4 in place of 1 by its highly reasonable, attractive and unique features. Please make sure you check in early so that you can spend all day doing what you love. Just make sure your car is spacious enough to carry all your favorites that you are going to shop in one single go! Happy shopping!

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