Held at Kempton Park Racecourse, the Sunbury Antiques Market at Kempton Park is one of the real gems of English venues. Easily accessible by train from London, this sprawling, substantial flea market showcases an astonishing variety of wares, fine and rustic, antique and vintage.
Twice a month, the Sunbury Antiques Market at Kempton Park attracts well over 700 indoor and outdoor stallholders in three indoor halls and an outdoor hard standing drive-in area. Vendors at the market always have a wide range of antique goods to offer, including furniture, gold and silverware, jewelry, ceramics, kitchenware, vintage and vintage fashion, garden ephemera, clocks, paintings, cameras, books and much, much more. Antique and vintage dealers mingle with collectors, interior decorators, prop buyers and young people looking for something distinctive and unusual to decorate their homes.
In addition to the large number of British vendors, many stallholders come from the continent with their own regional specialties such as French farmhouse furniture, Belgian chandeliers and industrial pieces, as well as an abundance of good European rustic furniture.
From a buyer's perspective, Sunbury Antiques Market at Kempton Park appeals to dealers and buyers not only from the UK and Europe, but from much further afield, as the market also attracts a large number of overseas visitors from America and the Far East.
In 2018, after 39 successful years of running the Sunbury Antiques Market at Kempton Park Racecourse, the Sunbury Antiques team launched the Sandown Antiques Home & Interiors Fair. This new market is held in conjunction with the ever popular bi-monthly event at Kempton Park Racecourse.
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Bobbi Burrow9th August 2015 at 11:55
Huge antiques fair that happens every other Tuesday morning. Everything from furniture and rugs on the outside to jewellery and chinaware on the inside. Hey there early before 7:30am to get first pick but goes on to 2:00 pm. Don’t expect super cheap flea market prices though, but gems and bargains to be found!
Howard Newman3rd February 2016 at 15:59
This is an excellent dealers trading place for most vintage items. Extensive range of goodies from luxury furs to fabulous furniture. One if my favorites is my own premium range in The Gold Room, great costume jewellery and fabulous fur coats. Buying isn’t cheap but if you’re looking for a specialist item this Is The Place. A Fabulous day out bring loads of cash.
Richard Barrett25th July 2016 at 17:24
If you have never been – then you are missing out. First of all, it’s free. Secondly, there is just so much to look at. Granted I’m not an antiques dealer and I guess I know not what is good value and what is not but none the less, just got the visual feast it is do worth a visit.