Randolph Street Market

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  • Address: 1340 W Washington Blvd, Chicago, IL 60607, United States
  • Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-3126661200
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Walking Area, Street Market, Streets

The Randolph Street Market Festival is a European style indoor-outdoor market, with different themes for each month. The market houses Chicago Antique Market, the Indie Designer Market, and Modern Vintage Chicago. The market is held outdoors too during the summer months from May through to September, and only indoors during the colder months from October through to April. You can find many interesting things like vintage clothes, jewellery and collectibles, a vinyl swap meet, a fancy food market and global goods bazaar.

Randolph Street Market Travel Tips

  • This is a pet friendly event however, due to liability issues with the landlord, pets are only allowed in the outdoor portions of the market.
  • Additional contact details: +1 877-319-2643

Entrance Ticket Details For Randolph Street Market

  • The given price is only for admission, at the gate.
  • Online booking: 8 USD
  • Seniors: 5 USD at the gate
  • Students can pay discounted rates online.
  • For prices of different packages, refer official website.

Randolph Street Market Hours

  • Usually these are the timings for the market. Kindly refer to official website for the exact dates and timings for each month.

How to Reach Randolph Street Market

  • Ashland Subway Station.
  • Morgan Subway Station.
  • Madison & Loomis Bus Station.

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  • Randolph Street Market Address: 1340 W Washington Blvd, Chicago, IL 60607, United States
  • Randolph Street Market Contact Number: +1-3126661200
  • Randolph Street Market Timing: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Randolph Street Market: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 0.29% of people who visit Chicago include Randolph Street Market in their plan

  • 80% of people start their Randolph Street Market visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Randolph Street Market

Thursday, Saturday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Randolph Street Market

People normally club together First United Methodist Church Of Chicago and Willis Tower while planning their visit to Randolph Street Market.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Randolph Street Market Reviews & Ratings

  • Love this market. Very chill vibes with lots of beautiful things to find. This is definitely the place to find art, clothes, accessories, and home decor. I love that they allow dogs and it's the perfect place to be on a beautiful day in Chicago. Great place to meet people too.

  • Very laid back market - not too big or too clustered like others I've been to. The live band set a good vibe. It's nice that there are shops set up both inside and outside - so you've got the option of taking a break from the heat.

  • Worst lobster roll I've ever had! The lobster was flavorless but it was smothered in hitter than room temperature mayo and doused in way too much like juice. The bread was very stale but the chef tried in vain to disguise this by over toasting it. The coslaw was also served hot and had no flavor other than bad mayo which separated from it's time under a heat lamp. I took a bite of a cheese burger our table ordered and it was bad. Unflavored gritty meat cooked well done. The good. The wait staff is super nice and so we're the hosts. The French fries are very good and well prepared.

  • Fun. Lots of variety Good food, good music. Parking is tough.

  • If vintage and/or flea market is your thing, this is your place. In the summer, tons of vendors with lots of old or old-looking wares, both indoor and outdoor, plus food and live music. In the winter it's just inside but still a good number of options. One downside is the admission cost. It's a little steep and acts as a barrier for me just going and wandering around. If I don't have a specific mission I don't want to pay to just wander. It is even less worth it since it is just inside.

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