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400 Market, Innisfil

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  • Close to the 400 off of Innisfil Beack Road,economical and something for everyone Great vendors Great food & everyone feels welcome  more »
  • Worth checking out you may find what you are looking for but there is quite a bit of junk and some vendors are too pushy  more »
  • This place is huge. I only covered half of the space in a couple of hours. So much to see. Staff come round to check on you and I love how these stalls are owned by different people and you pay at the...  more »
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  • The 400 Market. Been coming here for years since I was a kid and it has changed over time but mostly remains the same. If you haven't been before it's well worth a visit, between the antiques market and the main building it's a good way to spend an afternoon. I enjoy the chip truck and my son enjoys the hot wheels man who we have to remind to take our money as he often tries to give away his product for free! Been coming here every few weeks for the e-cigarette shop which has the best prices around in simcoe county. They stand behind their products too and can't recommend them enough.
  • I have been a frequent visitor of this market for over nine years, and in that time, I began to learn what the market was truly all about. Customers looking to do their shopping in a building with the finest marble fixtures and ultra-modern amenities may not "get it", although you may be able to find a vendor or two offering these things. The 400 Market has been around for decades, and it has truly been able to keep the type of shopping experience and unique appeal that more and more towns are beginning to lose with the modernization of shopping. What the 400 Market has is an array of individual business owners, some well established, some just starting a dream. Hobbyists, crafters, antique collectors, distributors, liquidators and yes, those cell phone repair booths, who all love what they do and the community they are apart of, many of them eager to share stories and assist their customers with products they are passionate about; or, at the very least, knowledgeable about. The 400 Market is centralized around this idea of community, and has run radio contests, commonly gives out gift certificates, and even runs a free visitation with Santa during the holiday season as their way of giving back to the loyal customer base. It's got a bit of everything, and with the changing booths and arrival of seasonal vendors, every experience is always a little different than the last. And hey, even if you go and find out it's not for you - I know I've left without having purchased anything once or twice - at least you can admit that it was a truly unique shopping experience.
  • The 400 flea market has lots of options but if your a local it gets pretty repetitive and they dont get a lot of new vendors very often. In my opinion there are too many similar vendors such as multiple phone kiosks. The chip truck outside is pretty good and generally fast to get your order. The mini donuts shop in the center of the building is really good!! The gentleman in the back that does stickers and such did a great job putting our names on a life buoy to use as decor at our wedding. There are lots of other shops like clothing, rugs, paintings, massages, nail salon, 420 shop, food and more!
  • Average market. Honestly just a worse pacific mall. They charge $1 for parking which feels a little strange. The antique side however is a great spot. Awesome little displays and lots of cool things to look at.
  • Lots of vendors with plenty of options to choose from. We had never been before and were amazed at how much there was. The antique market had a lot of great items and most seemed affordable. We will be back.

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