If you are seeking some decorative items for your home or something more practical, you’ll greatly enjoy making a tour of Cape Cod’s best flea markets. Dailydelia recommends arriving 30 minutes early to snag Cape Cod’s best finds. In most cases you’ll be paying cash, so make sure you have reasonable amounts with you, in small denominations. Use your own discretion when making purchases. Focus on quality and style rather than resale potential unless that’s your business.
Brewster by the Bay Flea Market operates throughout the summer on Tuesdays. The hours are from 6:30 AM to 2:30 PM. Antique hunters will enjoy old Yankee finds as well as complimentary crafts, art work and collectibles. While you’re there, be sure to investigate the tasty selection of organic foods.
Wellfleet Flea Market is open weekends and on two weekdays (Wednesday and Thursday). It’s located in the parking lot of the Wellfleet Drive-in movie theater, with hours from 8 am to 3 pm. In the neighborhood of 200 vendors sell items like costume jewelry, old postcards, old records, movie memorabilia, t-shirts, casual clothing, antiques, tools and many other memorable products. The restroom and playground are helpful.
The Sandwich Bazaar Flea Market is open each Wednesday 6 am till Noon and on Sunday from 7 am till 1 pm. Cape Cod is one of the oldest settled areas in the United States, so who knows what treasures you might find?
Dick and Ellie’s Flea Marketin Dennis is well established, with 35 years of experience bringing outdoor commerce and fun together on Cape Cod. It has a fabulous mix of old and new, practical and phantasmagorical. Selections include eclectic mix of merchandise. You’ll find artwork, collectibles, signs, pottery, jewelry, watches, tools, t-shirts, psychic readings and much, much more.