It's well known that market shopping will always get you the best deals. In Toronto there is a huge variety of markets to shop at that provide incredible prices and a variety of products and services to accommodate your needs.

Food markets have fresh produce and flea markets have everything you need from clothing to household items. Here's a list of 8 unique and incredible Toronto markets that have unbelievable prices and will sell anything you could possibly think of:

1. Kensington Market 

Hours of operation: hours vary with every store

If you're looking for a unique place to do shopping and grab some goodies, take a stroll through Kensington Market. Vintage clothing, fresh produce stores,  trendy restos and cafes  - this outdoor market has it all. Some of the cool stores in Kensington include Exile,  Banana Market, Bungalow and Dancing Days. You can find absolutely everything and anything at Kensington Market, from jewelry to household items, decors and of course vintage clothing. Need a last minute birthday gift for a friend? You're guaranteed to find something special at Kensington. Best part of it all? The prices are so cheap!


2. Dr Flea's Market // 8 Westmore Drive

Hours of Operation: 

Saturday & Sunday 10:00am to 5:00pm

Dr. Flea's Market is the largest indoor and outdoor flea market in Toronto! It's located in the west end of Toronto, but the drive is totally worth it. There are approximately 400 vendors offering crazy deals on 1000's of products and services. Dr.Flea's has an outdoor farmer's market selling fresh produce and an international food court to eat at if you're feeling hungry mid shopping. You'll find incredible deals on clothing, housewares, jewelry, food and other purchases.


3. Downsview Park Merchant Market // 40 Carl Road

Hours of Operation: 

Saturday & Sunday 10:00am to 6:00pm

Downsview Park Merchant Market is known for having incredible deal on electronics and bulk items. It's located inside an old airplane factory, just minutes away from Downsview station. The market has deals on antiques items , health and beauty products, games, books, rugs clothing and other products and services.


Photo cred -@_dee.dii

4. St. Lawrence Market  // 92-95 Front St E.

Hours of operation: 

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 8 am to 6 pm

Friday: 8 am to 7 pm

Saturday: 5 am to 5 pm. (South Market and Farmer’s Market)

Closed Sundays and Mondays.

St.Lawrence Market is a popular market in the downtown core. The spacious market has over 100 vendors with bakers, butchers, artisans and the freshest produce. It has more then 120 merchants and artisans providing quality service and products. From 1803, St.Lawrence Market has held its stand as Toronto's premier culinary market. The market also hosts several events and cooking classes for the public to enjoy and explore the tastes of new foods.


5. Fairmont Farm Market // 1725 Upper Gerrard St.E

Hours of operation : hours vary during season

If you're looking for local farm fresh produce and products, check out the seasonal Fairmont Farm Market. This outdoor market attracts thousands of Torontonians during the summer not only for its delicious food but for the entertainment as well. There are tennis courts, a soccer field, a baseball diamond, 3 playgrounds, a ping pong table and a wading pool to enjoy during your visit.


6. Leslieville Flee Markets  // 1444 Queen Street E

Hours of operation: depending on season, check website here.

The Leslieville Markets are hosted are two locations, the Ashbridge Estate and the  Habourfront Centre. The market is organized monthly, with vendors extraordinary wood pieces, vintage clothing, antiques, collectables and artisan goods.


7. Black Market Toronto // 256a Queen Street W

Hours of operation: 

Monday - Wednesday 11am - 7pm

Thursday - Friday 11am - 8pm

Saturday 10am - 8pm

Sunday 11am - 6pm

This retro style store is known for selling vintage and new clothing, printed t-shirts and accessories. What is this store known for? Having incredible deals like no other clothing store!  Everything costs 10$ or less and sometimes they have 5$ sales!


Photo cred - @artsmarket

8. Arts Market // multiple locations

Hours of operation: 

Wednesday - Friday 12pm - 7pm

Saturday - Sunday 11am - 7pm

The Arts Market has over 150 artists, designers and creative souls from Toronto promoting and selling their products at two locations. One is located in Leslieville at 1114 Queen St. E and the second one is at 846 College St. at Ossington. The Arts Market aspires to connect with Toronto's community and present a venue that sells creative artsy goodies.

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