Washington, DC is not a big flea market city but there are a few good spots for browsing for bargains.
Georgetown Flea Market
Hardy Middle School, 1819 35th Street NW, at Wisconsin Avenue NW Washington DC. (202) 775-FLEA. The Washington, DC area’s largest flea market offers a wide range of antiques, collectibles, hand-crafted art and jewelry, and vintage furnishings and clothing. Open Saturdays and Sundays.
7th Street & North Carolina Avenue, SE. Washington, DC. (202) 544-0083. The city’s oldest public market holds a flea market with handmade pottery, jewelry, ceramics, crafts, furniture and more. Open Saturdays and Sundays.
Anacostia Big Chair Flea Market
2215 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. SE. Washington DC. (202) 427-1934. The market features a diverse mix of art, crafts, imports, antiques, collectibles and furniture. Open on Saturdays.
Bethesda Flea Market
7155 Wisconsin Ave. Bethesda, Maryland. (301) 652-2291. The Montgomery Farm Women's Cooperative Market hosts a flea market offering home furnishings, jewelry, arts and crafts, and more. Open Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
The Fairgrounds Flea Market
Montgomery County Fairgrounds, 16 Chestnut Street, Gaithersburg, Maryland. (301) 649-1915. This market includes antiques, international and domestic crafts, jewelry, art, household goods, perfumes, furniture, various collectibles, electronics, toys, tools, cloths and other new/used items. Open every Saturday and Sunday.
Arlington Flea Market
I-66 garage located at 15th and Stafford Street, Arlington, Virginia. The Arlington Civitan Open Air Market offers a variety of goods ranging from books, clothes, furniture, garden tools, household goods, jewelry, shoes, toys, records and more. Open Saturdays, April through November, 7 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
See also, Thrift Stores and Vintage Clothing in Washington, DC