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Myrtle Beach Flea Markets Offer Bargains, Variety
Even the most extravagant of spenders like to find deals, and the flea markets in the Myrtle Beach area are just the place to strike it rich. If you’re looking for massive savings, then come on down and save. Here’s the scoop on some of the top flea markets within a short drive of North Beach Plantation.
Everything Under the Sun
Located at 811 Hwy 17 South in North Myrtle Beach and open Thursday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Everything Under the Sun is a prime place for deal-seekers to spend a morning or afternoon. This completely indoor flea market offers A/C in the summer and heat in the winter, keeping the shopper consistently comfortable. One of the largest flea markets in the area, Everything Under the Sun provides free parking that can accommodate not just the comfortable sedan but also large motor coaches. To keep shoppers energized, breakfast and lunch are served daily. Take the time to wonder through the aisles and alleyways of the vendors to find treasures and keepsakes. There is a large variety of merchandise available ranging from beachwear and jewelry to sports memorabilia and plants. One unique aspect of Everything Under the Sun is Bubbles and Barnacles, which offers face painting, a photo booth and other great ways to celebrate a birthday or special event.
North Myrtle Beach Flea Market
Looking for an everyday household product or vintage coins? Perhaps you need a couple of beach chairs for an afternoon spent beside the ocean, or maybe you are interested in the wares of a local artist or some Southern snacks and foods. All of these and more can be found at Little River’s North Myrtle Beach Flea Market, which has a comfortable feel as one strolls through its buildings. An indoor/outdoor facility, the market offers an array of products to peruse, and its walkways are clutter-free and easy to maneuver. Hand-painted signs to decorate the home, that long-lost book and even roasted peanuts can be found here. The brightly colored buildings will catch your eye, and the friendliness of the vendors will make you feel welcomed. Take some time to visit the diverse booths housing collectables and antiques, treasures from the past, and fun toys for the children to enjoy. Visit North Myrtle Beach Flea Market this week at 100 US Highway 17 in Little River. Open Friday thru Sunday 9 a.m.–4 p.m. year round, whether the rain is falling or the sun is shining.
Grand Strand Vendor Mall
Formerly known as the Myrtle Beach Flea Market, the Grand Strand Vendor Mall houses one of the South’s most diverse flea market shopping experiences. Calling itself “a mall without walls,” the facility housing all of its vendors indoors is climate controlled for comfort. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Grand Strand Vendor Mall offers a place to escape the Southern heat on a summer afternoon. Interested in homemade soaps, lotions or scrubs? Perhaps looking to enjoy a piece of homemade fudge, confections or sweets? The beach is always calling, so pick up the items needed to make your trip complete. Find the souvenirs promised to friends and family back home. All sorts of items for any age and any taste can be found at the Grand Strand Vendor Mall.
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