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I visited this market on my firs trip to DC about 5 years ago and was very much looking forward to my return visit.
Unfortunately I must have had my rose tinted spectacles that first time.
Don't get me wrong there are some nice stalls...More
This place is more like a true Flea Market than others in the area. There is a wide variety of "stuff" here ranging from hand made goods to prints to "junk". With that said, I just like Eastern Market better. If you are looking for...More
This was our first time visit to the Georgetown Flea Market (as vendors). We have visited other flea markets in the suburban DC area. The items for sale in Georgetown are much higher quality. There are some bargains, but some items bear substantial prices. There...More
I have been going to this flea market for 30 years. Before eBay (sigh) it was fantastic, and I went a lot, and bought a lot. You never knew who would show up with a truckload of interesting and reasonably priced vintage items. Of course...More
Other than being in Georgetown, which is a destination worth visiting, this flea market was jewelry and a few pieces of furniture. I dont know when those pix were taken but yesterday's was a few tables in a school yard. Its a difficult location to...More
Many flea markets have lots of rusty tools, musty stuff and scuffed household items, but not this one! The vendors were there on a very cold, windy March morning and in good spirit. It was fairly small, occupying maybe 1/4 of a city block. The...More
disclaimer: we were there in October, perhaps the vendors tend to drop off as the weather gets colder.....not as extensive as we anticipated, just a typical flea market, wouldn't go out of my way again to visit
The Georgetown flea market used to be "the" place for antiques, art, furniture and oddities. The fare has gone more to the cheaper side of goods and the old days of finding that perfect antique or accessory have given way to more predictable goods.
Wow, great vendors!
Found some gorgeous vintage linens that have been cleaned and starched to perfection, an Indian Anokhi seller with stunning Indian floral prints on fabrics (clothing and table linens), plenty of international art and various international jewelry sellers with silver and precious stones...More