Established in 1929, this elegant antique fair, auction sale and flea market has gone from strength to strength in the past 80 years. Englishtown Flea Market started off as a meeting place for farmers to buy, trade and sell livestock. Nowadays it is a meeting point for vintage lovers to congregate and find the very best quality antiques and collectibles in New Jersey.
Englishtown Flea Market is open every weekend (rain or shine). Admission is free for all shoppers, as well as free (and ample) parking! The flea market is located within 5 indoor buildings, as well as an outdoor vendor area. Browse their impressive selection of antiques, collectibles, automotive supplies, second-hand clothing, vintage home furnishings, jewellery, silverware, glassware, outerwear, pet supplies, plants and so much more. Also discover a number of services, such as jewellery repair, tailoring and shoe repair.
To make life easier for customers, there is a directory located in the office which features over 300 vendors. If you are looking for a particular item, just let the team at the main office know – they will most likely be able to point you in the right direction. After a day of shopping, fuel yourself on the variety of fast food delights, fresh produce and delicious baked goods.
And don’t forget to brush up on your haggling skills, in fact most vendors expect you to try and negotiate with them. Don’t be shy, otherwise you could lose out on a great bargain at the Englishtown Flea Market!
Antiquing Tip Of The Day
Arrive at flea markets armed with general market prices for the items from the periods you’re interested in. If you have a smartphone, search eBay and the web for prices on comparable items once you find something specific you like. If the item seems over-priced, consider that extra room to negotiate.
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