Got an itch to scratch? Then you're bound to find something to satisfy it at the Raynham Flea — even if you're looking for nothing in particular.
Fall is a great time to visit the Raynham Flea, New England's premier flea market and one of the largest anywhere.
The Flea is more than just shopping — it's the thrill of negotiating your own bargain. "Bartering is quite alive," said Christine Kelley, Raynham Flea's General Manager. "Instead of dealing with Macy's, you're dealing with Mark!"
Hundreds of vendors on over 10 acres offer up everything, new and gently used, from electronics and video games to gold and sterling jewelry to collectible bears, fishing tackle and antiques. And while you're shopping, you can get your jewelry or cell phone fixed. You might even find a suit of armor!
"If you're looking for it, chances are we've got it," Kelley said. "And we always promise a fun time!"
Plan on staying for lunch, because Raynham Flea has great food (you can get a jump on Thanksgiving with a giant turkey leg!) and musical entertainment outside on the deck.
Raynham Flea is open every Sunday, all year except Easter, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Adults are just $1, seniors are 50 cents and children 12 and under are free. But get there early for half-price Early Bird Admission until 9 a.m. — and you'll get first crack at the best bargains!
Spend a day at the Raynham Flea — and scratch that itch!
Address: Raynham Flea, 480 South Street West, Raynham, MA 02767
Directions: At the Intersection of Routes 495, 24 & 44 West Exit 13B from 24 at the corner of Judson and South Street in Raynham.