Carmarthen Antiques and Flea Market boasts more than 200 vendors of antiques, vintage items, and collectible goods. It takes place once a month through spring to autumn on the Carmarthen Showground in Mid Wales. With stalls set up in both indoor and outdoor spaces, Carmarthen Antiques and Flea Market can be enjoyed regardless of the unpredictable Welsh weather! Vendors located in the covered area need to pre-book their spots and therefore tend to be regulars at this market. But outdoor spots can be claimed on the day. The combination of both areas means there is a great deal of variety in the goods for sale here.
The amount of vendors that can be accommodated at the Carmarthen Antiques and Flea Market makes it one of the largest of its kind in Wales. It continues to grow in popularity year after year, and now attracts shoppers and collectors from all over the UK. Those with an eye for specific pieces are advised to arrive at these one-day events early to get first look at the treasures that the vendors bring for sale. Items run the gambit from rare antiques to unwanted second-hand items from an attic clear out, so it is certainly a market with something for everyone.
With so much to see at the Carmarthen Antiques and Flea Market, it is easy to spend the whole day here browsing through the goods. Old typewriters can be found, along with side suitcases, candlesticks, chinaware, smaller furniture items, vintage books, comics, toys, brassware, kitchenware, telephones and a whole lot more. Visitors will find themselves on a trip down memory lane, and will definitely leave with at least one thing they did not realize they needed!
Carmarthen Antiques and Flea Market is easy to find, and with plenty of parking it is also easy to access. With refreshments available on site, it is certainly possible to spend the whole day here and make the most of the nostalgic shopping experience.
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