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400 Market, Innisfil

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  • You get dizzy looking around as there are hundreds of thousands of items to look at. You need a whole day to look around and discover what you might want.  more »
  • It's big, they have a little bit of everything . They always have what we are looking for . The kids love walking around there.  more »
  • All kinds of deals. Great record (vinyl) store. Well worth visiting. Treasures to be found in every corner.  more »
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  • I love going to the 400 market! There are so many things different vendors to explore and the antique mall that is attached is always so much fun to look through! The only downside is that I'm so used to being able to pay for things with my debit card that I rarely have money on me and I don't really want to pay the services charge for the ATM, but that's no reflection of the market itself. I always enjoy visiting!
  • My friends and I used to come here often years ago. Came back for the first time in 6 years and it was kind of disappointing. There used to be Asian food and it was a nice change of pace from the other usual flea market options. Now there's a whole bunch of phone repair places (we saw 9) and a religious booth. The stores lack variety. My friend ended up buying a phone charger and it doesn't even work.
  • Mixed feelings. If you suffer from high anxiety or have a kid who is really sneaky and likes to run around exploring, this may not be your idea of a fun weekend afternoon. There are some cool places here. Good people. Lots of connections to be made. Just be aware not all merchandise is legitimate, licenced product.. but the delicious produce area is worth checking out if you're in the area. Meats and cheeses are my poison, and the 400 brings it in full force. If you can take the heat, it's an interesting excursion. Masses of people swarming aimlessly like bees in a hive on lunch break. Almost any service or product you can imagine in some shape or form. Barter away! Not the largest or craziest flea market I've been to but it's the best in the greater Barrie area.
  • Great vendors with lots of stuff for everyone! Can easily spend at least 2 hours! Has everything with great prices! Nice place to spend a nice day on looking at all diffrence types of things! Come almost every weekend! It's nice when they change up some vendors!
  • It ok. I don't like paying for parking at a shopping centre. This definitely affects how often I shop at the market. Its cash only. They do have a cash machine with a cover charge to withdraw cash. The inside market gets very hot in the summertime​. The prices have gone up a lot over the course of time. Their are very few bargains there now.