Swap Meets and Flea Markets in district of columbia
District of Columbia's Featured Flea Market is The Georgetown Flea Market Located in Washington
The Georgetown Flea Market began in 1972 as the brainchild of Michael Sussman.
Larry McMurtry, who ran a bookstore in Georgetown,
based on his novel Cadillac Jack on there market.
An excellent book. Recommended reading!
Many prominent local, national and international personalities visit the market.
The crowd is as diverse as the items for sale!
Antiques, collectibles, art, furniture, rugs, pottery, china,
jewelry, silver, stained glass, books and photographs
are a sample of the available items. The market runs every Sunday that weather permits. Make sure to come visit this market and help D.C. grow. You will find multiple items of value that are rare and have history.