9 Best Flea Markets in Rhode Island

  • UPDATED Jul 05, 2018

Rhode Island is the only place where you will find an end to the sale in a jumble of odds. You will find unique and varied goods which are full of intricate work, stamps, paintings, and jewelry. People see flea markets as the spot of getting together and having fun with discovering new things around them. The goods have all the varieties you can ever ask for, they range from books to toys to clothes and more. If you want to buy something for yourself or anyone else or want to give some of your things to other people, the markets welcome you with open arms.

Visit here with your friends and family to have fun to your fullest.

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1. Americana Expo Center

It is not only a host to a flea market but also has a thrift consignment store. The market opens on every weekend between 9 am to 5 pm. The knick-knacks you get here are more than enough to complete your house or jewelry or your wardrobe collection. Their collection is unique ranging from art & craft to wooden furniture and more. Admission is free on Saturdays and only 50 cents on Sundays. The parking is always open.

Car lovers will be intrigued to find an extensive collection of audio equipment and automotive parts.

2. Bald Hill Flea Market

The market is very pleasing to family and opens every Friday to Sunday. It begins between 8 am to 5 pm on Friday, and 8 am to 5 pm on Saturday and Sunday. The flea is a good get-together area and has become an integral part of the community. The Bald Hill Flea Market also hosts an auction every Thursday from 4:30 pm onwards. They have a collection of great craft and car accessories.

3. Bargain City

The Bargain City is the best flea market and auction center on Rhodes Island. The market is people friendly and has over 100 vendors who present their products in unique ways. Shopaholics can find a lot of things here ranging from household goods to clothing and outdoor items. The Bargain City opens every weekend from 9 am to 5 pm. Admissions and parking are free here.

4. Bargain Fare

The Bargain Fare Flea is located in Woonsocket since 2001. The fare provides services at a meager price as it is an essential part of the community. The Bargain Fare is full of clothes, toys, games, jewelry, and more. People looking for great deals wait for the fair and shop all they want. The place never disappoints anyone.

5. Big Top Flea Market

The Market opens every weekend from 9 am to 5 pm. The market has open space for all the array of goods. Admission is free except for Sundays it is 50 cents. The Big Top Flea market includes an exclusive collection of the 70s and 80s times, and the indoors are filled with it. The demand is popular amongst people youngsters. Apart from the collections, the items also include unique knives, furniture, sword, and more. Custom phone covers are most popular amongst everything.

6. Newport Flea Market and Antiques

The market is located in Newport, Rhode Island. It is filled with antiques and vintage items. The creative sellers attract numerous buyers from the whole city and other places. Since admissions and parking are free, it is an addition to the visitor numbers. Shoppers find various latest books on a regular basis which makes it perfect for both readers and casual book collectors.

7. Old Mill Flea Market

It is one of the recommended markets in the area. It consists of fresh and used items of books, toys, games, art, furniture, and more. Some of the exclusive items are furniture and taxidermy. The market is so addictive that you find it difficult to resist for the other day. The reasonable price and variety goods are all that people look at while purchasing.

8. Plainfield Pike Flea Market

The Pike Flea market is the biggest in the area as it covers an area of ten acres.  The Plainfield Pike Flea Market hosts more than 500 vendors every Sunday from 6 am to 3 pm. Free admissions and parking are an addition to the flea. Amongst favorite items of the customers are clothes, shoes, games, kitchen products, and more. They also have a collection of stamps, antique furniture, and jewelry. The list here is endless if one starts exploring.

9. Providence Flea

The market opens every Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm in summer & spring season. Vintage clothing, books, antique furniture are a catch to the eyes. Most vendors here are creative entrepreneurs showcasing their knitted goods, paintings, and jewelry. The atmosphere is lively which attracts more visitors. The Providence Flea is full of musicians, food trucks & carts, charity events, and more.