This category showcases the best Toronto flea markets and Ontario flea markets in Canada. Flea markets are a great place to spend the day and who knows what kinds of bargains you'll find. The best thing about flea markets is the ability to bargain with the vendors.
747 FLEA MARKET
Address: 73 Parkhurst Square, Brampton, Ontario, L6T 5J2
(Steeles Avenue & Airport Road)
Phone: (905) 790-3113
Open: Sat. & Sun. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
ABERFOYLE ANTIQUE MARKET
(1 Hour West of Toronto)
North America's original antique flea market, established in 1960. Over 100 vendors offer antiques and collectibles including furniture, memorabilia, jewelry, glass, china, and much more. There's a small admission fee of $2 for adults and children under 12 are admitted free.
Address: 61 Brock Road South, R.R. #3, Guelph, Ontario, N1H 6H9
(Highway 6 between Guelph and Hamilton, just a mile
north of Highway 401, Aberfoyle, Ontario)
Phone: (519) 763-1077, 1 (877) 763-1077
Open: Sundays: 8:00am - 4:00pm, April - October
BAYFIELD NORTH FLEA MARKET
Vendors include antique dealers, arts and crafts, farm produce, antiques, collectables, pop and beer memorabilia, and nostalgia, baking, etc. Maple Syrup year round.
Address: R.R. #1, Bayfield, Ontario, N0M 1G0
(Located behind the former Cheese Nook at Hwy.
#21 and County Rd. #3 in Bayfield.)
Phone: (519) 482-9230
Open: Sun. 8 am - 4 pm, May to October, year round.
BRAMPTON TOWN FLEA MARKET
This flea market has two terminals and over 100 stalls all under two separate buildings. In the summer, you will be able to enjoy the outdoor farmers' market stocked with fresh fruits and vegetables. You can find a great selection of household, audio and personal items, clothing for the entire family and much much more .....Vendor inquires please contact (905) 796-1122 or Fax: (905) 796-7369
Address: 255 Queen Street East, Brampton, Ontario, L6W 2B8
(Highway 7 & Rutherford Road)
Phone: (905) 796-1122
Open: Sat. 10 am - 6 pm; Sun. 10 am - 5 pm
BY THE CLYDE FURNISHINGS & ARTISAN'S GALLERY
Retail Showroom in Lanark has closed. Now view specials and sale items online at www.bytheclyde.com – also offering a new “Shop at Home” Service.
The ByWard Market is where Ottawa was born and is one of Canada's oldest and largest public markets. The market is contained within an area of approximately four square blocks; it is now one of the trendiest places to live, shop and go out. Serving just about every segment of the market from jazz to rock to dance music to alternative, and for every clientele from the university crowd to the gay and lesbian community to multi-ethnic groups. You'll find museums, cafés, specialty food shops, boutiques, galleries, restaurants, pubs, hair & aesthetics salons and more! Easily accessible on foot, by transit or by car, the ByWard Market offers a unique experience for all. Outdoor vendors are an integral part of the ByWard Market experience. Unlike some other market experiences, you'll find ByWard's vendors outside, no matter the weather, 363 days per year (closed Christmas Day and New Year's Day)! At the peak of summertime, there may be 175 stands operating, selling fruits & vegetables, bedding & gardening plants & cut flowers, arts & crafts, maple syrup & honey. In the winter months, you're more likely to find Christmas trees, natural wreaths & garlands, firewood, cut flowers, maple syrup & honey, art & craft. There's always something happening in the ByWard Market!
Address: 55 ByWard Market Square, Ottawa, Ontario, K1N 9C3
(Sussex Street & Rideau)
Phone: (613) 244-4410 or (613) 562-3325
Open: Varies depending on vendor.
COURTICE FLEA MARKET & AUCTION BARN
Over 150 inside vendors and 75 outside vendors. We operate in six buildings on 12 acres of land. We feature a Farmer's Market, baked goods, deli and fresh meat, antiques and collectibles, clothing, jewellery, furniture, electronics, computers and much more.
Address: 1696 Bloor Street, Courtice, Ontario, L1E 2N1
(Take Hwy 401 to exit 425 (Courtice Road), go north
1 km to Bloor Street (2nd left).
Phone: (905) 436-1024
Open: Sat. & Sun. 9 am - 4:30 pm year round
DALE'S COUNTRYSIDE ANTIQUE MARKET
This antique market offers Mennonite furniture and a huge antique market there on SUNDAYS in the Summer starting in May. Everything is available from Antique Furniture to glass, jewelry, antique signs, pottery and thousands of other collectables from many dealers.
Address: Highway 21 South, Grand Bend, Ontario
(On Highway 21, one mile south of the Grand Bend
Phone: (519) 238 2880
Open: Sat. & Sun. 10 am - 5 pm
DOWNSVIEW PARK FARMERS AND MERCHANTS MARKET
Address: 40 Carl Hall Road, Toronto, M3K
DR. FLEA’S FLEA MARKET
This flea market offers 400 stalls in a climate-controlled building, as well as outdoor facilities. You'll find a wide selection of household and personal items, ranging from clothing and carpeting to CDs and comic books. The stalls of the farmers' market stock fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, fresh poultry and fish, deli meats, chocolates and bulk foods. Portuguese, Italian and West Indian food products can also be purchased here. There are free hourly giveaways, and parking and admission are free.
Address: 8 Westmore Drive, Toronto, M9V 3Z7
(Highway 27 & Albion Road)
Phone: (416) 745-3532
Open: Sat. & Sun. 10 am - 5 pm