The Raleigh Flea Market at the Historic State Fairgrounds has been a Triangle tradition since 1971. Our fun, family-friendly atmosphere draws tens of thousands of shoppers every weekend. The flea market showcases more than 600 vendors, offering everything from antiques and collectibles to handicrafts, furniture, homemade goodies, clothing, jewelry, and…well, the list just goes on and on!To visit The Raleigh Market on your holiday in Raleigh, and find out what else Raleigh has to offer, use our Raleigh.
Open Saturday and Sunday 9-6 and Tuesday's 9-6 on Hillsborough Street. Admission and parking are FREE. Tour buses are welcome!
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We went Saturday morning to have a walk around. There is new stuff and old. There is an indoor part and an outdoor part. There are even some places to get food. A neat experience. Parking is free but.... more
We went Saturday morning to have a walk around. There is new stuff and old. There is an indoor part and an outdoor part. There are even some places to get food. A neat experience. Parking is free but.... more »
If you love flea markets put this one on your list. Its located on the Raleigh fairgrounds near the Dorton Arena. You can find a wide variety of nostalgic items, fresh fruit and vegetables and knick..... more
If you love flea markets put this one on your list. Its located on the Raleigh fairgrounds near the Dorton Arena. You can find a wide variety of nostalgic items, fresh fruit and vegetables and knick..... more »
While walking to Vintage Market Days, we traveled through the Raleigh Market. We didn't stay very long but what little we did see caught our attention. The kids love theme socks so it was perfect when we ran into a vendor that sells them. Hopefully we'll make it back here to have a full and thorough experience of the place. It's worth a visit.
Antiques, hand made items, furniture, outdoor furniture, decor, gardening stuff, puppies, food and more all for sale at the Raleigh Flea Market. You can meet some great people! Most of the vendors are ready to have a conversation. Especially the vendors with handmade items. There are public restrooms. Not in best shape but they were clean. Parking in front and across street. Best to come with cash. Some vendors accept credit but usually have a requirement for how much you need to spend.
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