The Dublin Flea Market now operates for six months of the year on the last Sunday of the month in The Digital Hub on Thomas Street, Dublin 8.
It first opened its doors in November 2008 and since then it has grown into one of Dublin’s most loved markets. We have a loyal community of returning traders and visitors who make the market a vibrant and colourful not-to-miss date in the monthly calendar.
Stalls at the Dublin Flea sell everything from vintage clothes to second hand bikes, retro furniture and random odds and ends – pretty much everything you would expect to find at a flea market. As well as the buying and selling we always have a few food stalls and some seating for you to hang out and catch up with friends. More than just a great day out for bargain hunters, the market gives people a chance to take a stall, hone in on their haggling skills and play shop for the day. The Flea community is ever growing and we hope it’ll be around for many years to come.
After ten years trading on the last Sunday of every month in Newmarket the market grew to have 80 stalls, both indoor and outdoor and a footfall of about 5k. The 80 stalls comprised everything from second-hand, retro, vintage and antiques, craft, design and art as well as artisan food producers.
We lost our home in Newmarket in April 2018 due to redevelopment and were on hiatus for almost one year while we searched for a new home.
Luckily we found a new home in April 2019 on Thomas St in The Digital Hub. We traded outdoors for six months and were so happy to back.
However without any indoor or covered space we have decided to operate over a six month period -April to Sept.
We have now packed up for the Winter. Keep an eye on this website and our social media for updates on our 2020 Spring markets.