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Trader's Village, Arlington

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  • My family loves flea markets so we really enjoyed Trader's Village. We spent a few hours here just wandering around, bought a few items, and listened to some music. We didn't get a chance to taste any...  more »
  • This was a fun place for my family. It was my husband and I with our teenage son and young daughter. We had fun walking around and even doing a little shopping and we also rode some rides! Arm bands w...  more »
  • Went to the place hoping to find some cute trinkets to decorate for the holidays. NOPE JUNK EVERYWHERE! Everyone had the same cheap junk: cheap clothes, bras and underwear,break as soon as you pay for...  more »
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  • Huge flea market with a small amusement park. About 20 streets full of flea market vendors. Most of the ones I visited had good prices but not all of them. $13 for unlimited rides. Rides were well maintained and most staff was very friendly. There was a Subway with regular prices (not inflated amusement park prices).
  • Lots to choose from. Car and truck parts to pets. Furniture to clothes. Few antiques or collectibles, but lots of toys, sporting goods and other stuff. I like to just walk around to get my exercise and look. But be careful or you may go home with a new tool or plant. Many new rides and places to eat. And it is very clean. Just costs $4 to park. Looks like wrist band rides pass is a great deal for children, teens and adults.
  • A great place to be outside and spend the day or the weekend with the family. There is something here for everyone. $4 to park and you can bring your own wagon or cart with a cooler of food and drinks. There are places to buy food and or drinks throughout the market. Make sure to wear comfortable shoes it is at least a full day of walking and it is all concrete.
  • Used to be a place to go and shop for deals though recently prices have gone up and I'd rather shop elsewhere. The pets you buy at this place most likely come from puppy mills and those "miniature" dogs you buy will grow to full size. I have known several people who have bought here. I have bought both an iguana and a ball python here who have died to mites unfortunately. There wasn't much I could do about the situation. I will no longer be recommending this place to others.
  • Acres of things a person might need. Looking for a specific style side by side stroller. Found some priced to high traders village employees are helpful and friendly for the most part