Brimfield 2018 – Brimfield Antique Flea Markets 2018 Guide

Since 1959, Brimfield, Massachusetts has been the Antique and Collectibles Capital of the United States. Today, there are 21 independent shows and thousands of dealers. As the premiere hot spot for antiquing and collecting in America, Brimfield attracts people from around the world. Rare and unusual items can be found as buyers search through history’s great marketplace. There is excitement among shoppers getting caught up in the spirit of antiquing and the thrill of the hunt. All booths offer a diversified range of antiques and collectibles. Dealers are knowledgeable about their specialties and eager to share their expertise. Brimfield is a veritable adventure in history. Expect to see things rarely seen anywhere else in the world.

As you may well know, Brimfield Antique Flea Markets happens three times a year: May, July and September. Each event has it’s own individual feel.

The May Show (May 8-13), is the first show of the Brimfield 2018 season, and is easily the busiest show of the year.  This is the time that you will find the freshest offers and merchandise from dealers in every field and shop.

The Brimfield 2018 July show (July 10-15). At this time of the summer, you may notice thinner crowds as well as less competition for the rare items available. As one seller experienced, the July heat tends to keep both vendors and buyers at bay. As you can see in the on our site, there are many wonderful restaurants, inns and antique shops that offer an oasis from the summer heat.

For the September show (September 4-9), you’ll encounter larger crowds once again, as the summer heat has subsided. This is the time that you will find many savvy shoppers looking for an end of the season deal.

2018 Brimfield Show Map 2018

2018 Brimfield Show Map 2018


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Brimfield 2018 – Brimfield Antique Flea Markets 2018 Guide — 2 Comments

  1. We are excited to come to the Brimfield Fair – please let us know how we can find out which fields have beads?

  2. I’m looking for hand made metal yard animals, I saw one last year that i really should have purchased then but I didn’t have the space in my car. I called last year and was told to call back in April you might know where they will be. I think you have a couple of vendors that might sell the same thing….I think most of them come from New Mexico? Could you tell me where all the booths are that sell the painted metal yard animals.

    Thank you
    Karen

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