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Portland Flea-for-All, Portland

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Flea Market
Everything from antique furniture to vintage clothing to handmade jewelry to classic vinyl is on display. Whether or not you have a special item in mind, chances are you'll find something at the Flea-for-All. To apply to be a vendor visit portlandfleaforall.com.
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  • Very nicely displayed items. Plenty of room to wander around.. Very friendly staff and owners on site.  more »
  • The market place had a lot of old junk that were pretty useless (and overpriced). It's an unfriendly reminder of how much garbage humans create, hoard, and then don't know what to do with afterwards. ...  more »
  • 3 floors to poke around in. Classic vinyl, clothing, furniture. From a bear skin rug to a sailfish bill. Colonial to mid century. We spent 3 hours in here. Staff was friendly and helpful.  more »
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  • Unparalleled sourcing of unique housewares mixed with local artisan crafts. One of the best I have seen anywhere. I came by on their third day open in the new location and almost every furniture piece was in the process of being sold.
  • Drove from NH to check this place out. Really disappointed. Stuff is way overpriced. Some fool was asking $120 for a blacklight poster and over $50 for movie posters. Hard to find much in this place cheaper than $20. Really almost more of an antique shop than a proper flea market. This is more of a hipster/yankee/rich people flea market. The flea market in Scarborough is more of a proper flea market like you'd find down south.
  • Great place with loads of things from great old bottles to vintage clothing and furniture and so much more. We got a handful of cool old bottles, an old box and a great old ladder to display my family quilts. Decent prices, too. A must see!
  • Erin and Nathaniel are awesome flea-keepers! The shop holds an amazing mix of items. If you are in the area, please visit them--- this is Portland's best find. My husband and I have enjoyed getting quite a few items from the flea the past 2 years. Vintage, antique, quirky, handmade...they have everything. Also, amazing to work with if you are on the vendor spectrum. We love the flea!
  • Portland Flea-for-All is a wonderland of antiques and yard sale type stuff. It expands to three floors of various stuff for every desire. They have video game posters, antique chairs, military water barrels, and maps of Seattle. If you can think of it, they probably have it or something similar here. They are even dog friendly, but be sure to ask if it's ok to bring in Fido first. The selection is huge and prices aren't too bad.