Vancouver Flea Market, Vancouver

The Vancouver Flea Market's dark red exterior is well known to bargain hunters in the Vancouver, British Columbia area as in this old industrial warehouse is hundreds of tables and stalls filled with items ranging from clothing to electronics to paintings and other artwork and a variety of different things to buy. CREDIT: Venture Vancouver, SOURCE:

The Vancouver Flea Market offers dozens of stalls to peruse through with many items for sale.





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In operation since 1983, the Vancouver Flea Market on Terminal Avenue is located in the city's industrial area, encompassing a large red building with 40,000 square feet of space. Inside, hundreds of tables are manned by people selling a variety of items such as collectibles, memorabilia, clothing, antiques, vintage clothing and purses, electronics, jewelry, cookware, tools, furniture and other items throughout the year. The Flea Market is also the location of the popular Antiques and Collectibles Show.

In operation since 1983, the Vancouver Flea Market located in a red industrial building - also referred to as the ' Big Red Barn' - on Terminal Avenue in Vancouver has become a mecca for antique and bargain hunters.

Encompassing 40,000 square feet and 360 tables, the Flea Market sees over four thousand people per weekend browsing through the hundreds of tables, grabbing a bite to eat in the cafeteria or enjoying the atmosphere.

Filled with something for everyone, the Flea Market offers everything from new to used goods ranging from clothings, purses, electronics, tools jewelry, pet supplies, art pieces, furniture and toys. Some items can be considered one man's trash and another person's treasure while others are truly one of a kind unique and vintage pieces. Visitors can spend hours in the Flea Market looking for something specific or just browsing.

Since 2002, the Vancouver Flea Market has also hosted the Antiques and Collectibles Show which sees vendors selling furniture, artworks and other one of a kind pieces.

Whether looking for something to do on a dreary, rainy weekend, looking for a unique gift or interested in finding something for an empty shelf, the Vancouver Flea Market is a hub of activity and sights in Vancouver's industrial district.

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Throughout the Vancouver Flea Market visitors can search through the hundreds of tables laid out in this giant old industrial building to search for items such as jewelry, watches, wallets and toys - only a few of the items found in this Vancouver, British Columbia locale.
In operation since 1983, the Vancouver Flea Market located on Terminal Avenue in Vancouver, British Columbia offers visitors to opportunity to browse through hundreds of tables offering collectibles, memorabilia and everyday household items as well as other items that buyers may not find anywhere else.
The Flea Market in Vancouver, British Columbia is open on weekends and holidays and offers visitors hundreds of tables with bargain items, amazing finds, furniture, artwork and even food in this maze of shops and stalls.

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