Beacon Flea Market

Dated: November 1 2022

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For the past decade, the Beacon Flea has been a go to destination in the Hudson Valley for all things old, rare, and strange. Open during the warm months at Henry and South Chestnut Streets, the flea market is complimented by Beacon's already robust downtown. When you've found that old chair or set of glassware you didn't know you needed, head over the the towns local shops and restaurants. 

Want to learn more or sign up for Beacon Flea updates? Head over to their site here.

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