Victoria Flea Market is an authentic open-air flea market selling secondhand fashion, vintage oddities and revamped goods. Browse up to 50 vendors and find anything and everything, from vinyl records, costume jewelry and antique linen and lace, to rare stamps, Japanese kimonos, and native art.
This market opens in Spring and Fall, and is rarely open during the summer. Merchants are passionate about the vintage items they’re selling and love to chat with customers about the history and importance of their stock. Don’t be shy if you feel the price is too steep, vendors expect customers to haggle with them!
Victoria Flea Market cares about helping those who are less fortunate, and therefore regularly hold charity events and allocate free table space for non-profit associations. In the past, they have held charity events for Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Canada, Progress in Japan and Red Cross. The market also donates to these charities on a regular basis.
If you’re looking for unusual vintage knick knacks and oddities, you’ll be sure to find it at Victoria Flea Market. Pleased customers have walked away with patchwork quilts, 1960s floor lamps, Columbus Blue Jackets Jerseys, rare Pokémon cards, beautiful silver jewelry, ceramics, art and luxurious junk from Victoria’s lavish past.
For a pleasant morning scouring vendors stalls for antiques and retro goodies, Victoria Flea Market is a must-visit destination. Shoppers never leave this market disappointed! Remember to check their website for more information about their upcoming event dates.
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