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The Vancouver Flea Market, Vancouver
(1.8/5 based on 20 reviews on the web)
The Vancouver Flea Market, located at 703 Terminal Ave, has been servicing Vancouver's flea market needs since 1983! Some refer to us as the “Big Red Barn”, full of antiques, collectives, vintage clothing, world treasures, housewares, and just about everything else! With over 250 vendors the Vancouver Flea Market is a thriving environment where all kinds of dealers, sellers, buyers, collectors, and patrons join us every weekend to explore. Come explore with us!
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  • Lots of junk and broken items so buyer beware but their are some good honest vendors there. Good place to kill some time and sometimes find a gem but it is harder to find good deals now because with i...  more »
  • My husband and I always visit flea markets wherever we travel. We’ve checked out flea markets in New York City, Paris, London, Budapest, and many other locations. This flea market was not up to snuff....  more »
  • Visited here for the first time yesterday and was quite amused as to what people were trying to get for their wares. I saw a toaster that I bought in a thrift shop recently for three times the price I...  more »
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  • Spent 2 hours and barley scratched the surface. Most vendors are willing to barter deep. Don't ever pay asking price.
  • Been going here a long time. Still fun but not for everyone. Could use some updating or new food options.
  • Place was so chaotic. Thought I would have found a lot of treasures, but it looked to be mostly junk. There were quite a few people in there. Perhaps a deal could be had in there. I just did not like any of their things. I usually like to look at tools of all kinds. There were tools in there. They were just all rusted. Fairly cheap way to kill an hour. No need to pay for more time than that in the parking lot as there is not enough things in there that warrants longer browsing time.
  • Not worth the entry fee. The place is not clean, smells musty. Imagine a yard sale where the seller think s/he own a treasure and kept asking for exorbitant prices decade after decade. Value village has better finds and it is free to enter.
  • Flea market are always fun. 2$ parking + 1$ entry fee