Mother Jones Flea Market, Cork

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Mother Jones Flea Market is a well established market in the heart of Cork City Centre. Based in unique Thompson House on York Street, just off McCurtain St the market provides a plethora of antique, vintage, and retro clothing, furniture, books, jewels. records, faboulous funky household items and creative local crafts.

Market includes local food from the cafe. Music, Entertaintainment and Love.

Open on the weekends (Friday, Saturday & Sunday) 10am til 6pm.
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  • There are many beautiful things to find, but the vendors spot the tourists a mile away and boost they prices.I thought that 10 Euros for a simple 5X7 replica picture was a little steep. But if you wan...  more »
  • We only had less than an hour near closing on a Friday, but found some really interesting local items- lots of fun. Pretty big shop with various sellers. I could easily look around for a couple hours-...  more »
  • Spent nearly two hours here at my trip to Cork and ended up with bypassing some other things I had planned for the day since I just couldn't get myself to leave. Adorable shop were you can walk around...  more »
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  • What an awesome place. Well worth a visit. Old school, retro, lovely people, fab atmosphere & bargains galore! Can't wait to go back.
  • Interesting amount of items of both vintage and antique quality. Interesting owners of stalls, who are easy to chat to and some who may enjoy a good haggle.
  • Great place to find things you'd find nowhere else. Amazing atmosphere.
  • Nicest flea market in town, here you can find any sort of vintage item for a real bargain. The staff is helpful and very kind.
  • One of the most unique stores you'll ever come across. Incredible sense of nostalgia comes over you once you walk in the entrance. Nice place to look around and pick up something interesting. Also has a café inside! Sadly it's only open 3 days a week..

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A destination in and of itself, Cork City has a dense center with plenty of hotels and hostels. Head north of the city center for affordable options like mid-range hotels and guesthouses. From here, you can walk or bike to all of the sights in the heart of the city. If everything is booked, or if you've simply come to explore the city's surrounding nature, check out the campgrounds about ten minutes from the center of town by car. There are also a number of charming bed and breakfasts, guesthouses, and other pensions in the outskirts, which can be a good option if you're using the city as a base for exploring the sights of Cork County.
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