Come early and plan to spend a few hours browsing over 200 vendor booths offering everything from antiques, furniture and collectibles to jewelry, artwork and crafts. Vendors at Raleigh Flea Market come from all across the state, and from neighboring states as well, to sell their wares. Local food vendors keep visitors fueled up for long shopping days. Two large buildings and several small shops provide indoor shopping opportunities. The market is closed in October to make way for the annual State Fair.
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With more than 344 acres (139 hectares) of land and a total of 398,000 square feet (36,975 square meters) of building space, North Carolina State Fairgrounds is the best rental facility in Raleigh. The fairground consists of many buildings that can host conferences and seminars. Also, the grounds are host to various local festivals, exhibits and trade shows. The North Carolina State Fairgrounds is also famous for its North Carolina State Fair and weekly Fairground Flea Market.