Earth Day is approaching on April 22nd and it’s the perfect time to reflect on our lifestyle habits and how they are affecting the environment. A simple practice to implement into your life is to shop secondhand, from thrift stores, flea markets, and community yard sales. Shopping from one of these markets is not only super fun, but also helps to reduce waste, while supporting the local community. We’ve rounded up a list of Philadelphia’s flea markets, antique shops, thrift stores and community yard sales. 


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Quaker City Market

When: Fridays, 7 am – 2 pm, Saturday & Sunday, 7 am – 4 pm
Where: 5001 Comly Street, Philadelphia, PA

Quaker City Flea Market is a long-running outdoor flea market with a wide range of vendors.

Philadelphia Flea Markets

Throughout Philadelphia

Phila Flea Markets organize the largest outdoor vintage flea markets that travel through center city Philadelphia, all the way to the Main Line, May through November. The Phila Flea Markets are at the following locations:

  • Fairmount
  • Head House Square Antique & Vintage Market
  • Jefferson Square Park
  • Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts
  • McMichael Park East Falls
  • East Passyunk Avenue at 12th Street and Morris Streets
  • Sister Cities Park
  • Society Hill

Market of the Macabre

When: May 21
Where: Laurel Hill Cemetery, 3822 Ridge Ave, Philadelphia, PA

Peruse a curated collection of unusual antiques, assorted oddities, vintage items, artwork and handmade wares at this outdoor market of the macabre. Taking place in the most fitting of venues – a 186-year-old Victorian cemetery – visitors will have the opportunity to explore the scenic grounds and rich history. There will be mini tours of the cemetery starting at 1 pm. Entrance fee is $5 per person.

Rice’s Market

When: Tuesdays & Saturdays, 7 am – 1 pm
Where: 6326 Greenhill Road, New Hope, PA

Rice’s Market is a seasonal outdoor market that features antique, jewelry and clothing vendors, plus fresh fruit and pies. Rice’s Market has been a New Hope community staple for over 150 years. It’s 30 acres of indoor and outdoor shopping with over 400 vendors and 8,000 shoppers each week, running from March to December. Rice’s is a flea market, farmer’s market, antique bazaar, vintage thrift, town gathering space and food lover’s delight all in one.

Philadelphia Flea Market

When: Sundays, 8 am – 2 pm
Where: 4800 Street Road, Trevose, PA

Open on Sundays from March through December, there are hundreds of vendors with thousands of items on display. There is new and used merchandise available for purchase.


Doylestown Community Yard Sale

When: April 30, 8 am – 1 pm
Where: 425 Wells Road, Doylestown, PA

Shop at the Spring Community Yard Sale! The sale is held in one of the Central Park parking lots and each registered vendor will receive two parking spaces. The sale is from 8 am – 1 pm, but vendors can start setting up at 7 am. A Green Drop Truck will be on site at 12:30 pm to collect unwanted items left over from the sale. There will be over 20 vendors. Rain date is May 1st.

Community Yard Sale Benefitting Alex’s Lemonade Stand

When: May 7, 9 am – 1 pm
Where: Parking lot of Keller Williams Newtown, 12 Terry Drive, Newtown, PA

Save the date! Community Yard Sale in Newtown to benefit Alex’s Lemonade Stand, an organization driven to help cure childhood cancer and support and empower families. Sell your stuff or come peruse tons of great items. There will be raffles from local businesses, activities for the kids and of course, the signature lemonade stand. Rain date is May 14th. There are openings for sellers. The table fee is a $30 donation and the proceeds from the sale of your items are 100% yours. Learn more on the Facebook Page.

Outdoor Market Sunday

When: May 22, 8 am – 1 pm
Where: Montgomery County Community College, Morris Road Lot, 340 Dekalb Pike, Blue Bell, PA

The Outdoor Market will be held in the Morris Road Lot at Montgomery County Community College. The event is free to the public. There will be crafters and vendors with handmade crafts. In addition to the market, there will be a community yard sale. One man’s trash is another man’s treasure! Come out and find good bargains.

Warminster Community Yard Sale

When: April 23, 8 am – 1 pm
Where: Warminster Community Park, 300 Veterans Way, Warminster, PA

Empty your garage and bring it to WCP for the community yard sale. Pull your car into the assigned 20’x20′ space, unpack and start selling from your car. Vendor check in begins at 6:30 am and vendors are responsible for tents, tables and chairs. In the past there have been over 500 cars of shoppers at each sale. Gates open at 8 am. Vendor registration is required.


Buffalo Exchange

1520 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 557-9850

The Second Mile Center

214 S 45th Street, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 662-1663

Sophisticated Seconds

2204 S South Street, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 546-0784

D&D Thrift Store

5456 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 476-0066

2nd Ave Thrift Superstore

163 Franklin Mills Blvd, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 632-2064

Circle Thrift

2233 Frankford Ave, Philadelphia, PA

Bargain Thrift Center

5261 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 849-3225

I Spy, You Buy Philly’s Thrift

7151 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 433-4336

Thunderbird Salvage

2441 Frankford Ave, Philadelphia, PA
(267) 761-4336

HomeSpun Resale Boutique

1523 Fairmount Ave, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 232-6322

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