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“Great for junk hunters”

Wolff's Flea Market
Ranked #6 of 19 things to do in Rosemont
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Owner description: First call for current hours! Open most Sundays 6am-3pm April-October 29, 2017. Closed 6/11/17 & 10/1/17. Hours change with weather and stadium events. Family owned flea market at the Allstate Arena Rosemont since 1991. Chicagoland's largest outdoor market with 700 vendors selling antiques, collectibles, vinyl, new merchandise, art, furniture, plants, clothing, jewelry, musical instruments, automotive, unique, resale, upcycled, crafts, gifts, home decor and more. Destination for Chicago area decorators, treasure hunters and bargain shoppers. Visible off I90, close to O'Hare Airport and hotels. Admission: $2 adults, $1 seniors and children 6-12. Under 6 are free.
Useful Information: Bathroom facilities, Food available for purchase, Wheelchair access
Reviewed 12 August 2012

If you are looking for antiques this isn't the necessarily the place for you. Yes treasures show up every week, but you have to dig amongst the new stuff to find it. Parking is free and it's only $2 to get in (less for Seniors and Children). Get there early for the best treasures and beware that on some days planes will be landing at O'Hare right over your head (and I mean RIGHT over your head).

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Reviewed 23 September 2011

If you're like me, you're always on the lookout for interesting finds where ever you go. We were in Chicago several weeks ago and decided to check out this flea market. Unlike what I usually do, we got there relatively late, just before noon. They open at 6 a.m. so I assume a lot of buying and selling goes on early in the morning. Still, there were some good deals to be found for collectables and antiques. The dealers were willing to haggle and prices were pretty reasonable. There was everything from junk to kitchen items to antiques to fresh vegetables. Admissions was 2 dollars and for that price alone it was worth the free entertainment value of seeing so much stuff. I came away with a nice pottery lamp base that I carried back to Mass with me. Check this place out on a nice day.

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Reviewed 4 September 2016 via mobile
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