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Raynham Flea Market: Massachusett’s Largest Flea Market

The Raynham Flea Market is a year round New England flea market that takes place in Southeast Massachusetts. It is open every Sunday from 8:00am-5:00pm (Thanksgiving-Christmas they are also open on Saturdays). Admission is $1 per person (50 cents if you arrive before 9am). We received a free ticket to come back next week, so 2 visits for $1 isn’t bad.

I wasn’t too impressed with this flea market – there are billboards and signs for it everywhere, yet it didn’t feel like there was much of a selection inside. I found a few good items but nothing spectacular. I found an old refurbished NES system including controllers and Super Mario Brothers 1 and Duck Hunt game for $60. This vendor carries a wide selection of NES games which are moderately priced ($3-10). There was also a vendor that carried a ton of bathroom supplies – all priced at a dollar or two. I stocked up on a few essentials here.

It seemed like most of the vendors were selling old junk that was overpriced. Everything seemed really expensive to me, almost like an overpriced garage sale. If you are a big collector, you can probably sort through the junk and find a few treasures. There are lots of records, movies, music, etc. if that is your interest. If you are in the area with nothing to do it might be worth browsing around since it is so cheap to get in (free parking too). All in all, I was not too impressed by the selection here; a few good finds (good selection of video games), but not sure that I will make a repeat visit to the Raynham Flea Market anytime soon.

Raynham Flea Market
1 Judson St
Raynham, MA 02767



    • mudrock
    • March 26, 2013  at  7:18 PM

    At least the Raynham Flea Market is open year around. My local flea market is horrible. I do think that $60 for a nintendo is a little overpriced. I’m sure that the flea market there has some hidden gems. I like them because its like digging for treasure.

    • melovesengland
    • February 19, 2013  at  4:30 PM

    This reminds me of CAR BOOT Sale here in the UK (Garage Sale) to you. There are loads of little bits and pieces that you can choose from but some of it is a bit expensive from what is it like. Market here in England is more on carpets, veggies, fuits, cosmetics and gardening stuffs which normally is situated near the high street.

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