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Happy Hauling: Thrift shops, flea markets, vintage, and resale shops in Richmond

See where you can shop secondhand for clothes, household items, and more at thrift shops and resale markets around the 804

Ashby storefront in Richmond

Your older clothes could be exchanged for store credit at Ashby.

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When it comes to Richmond’s shopping scene, we love a good treasure hunt — and a good bargain. The River City is home to several flea markets, vintage shops, and consignment and thrift stores. So get in, we’re going shopping.

Flea markets

Azalea Flea Market, 5209 Wilkinson Rd.
Shop from vendors at this Northside market Fridays-Sundays, 6:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Pro tip: It’s usually most crowded on Saturdays.

Bellwood Drive-In Flea Market, 9201 Jefferson Davis Hwy.
Open Saturdays and Sundays from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m., this outdoor market in Chesterfield has vintage goods, flowers, fruits and vegetables, clothes, and more.

The Diamond Flea Market, 3001 N. Arthur Ashe Ave.
This monthly market convenes at the Diamond May-October. It’s free to attend and features local and national vendors.

Jefferson Davis Flea Market, 5700 Jefferson Davis Hwy.
This market has 100+ vendors selling jewelry, clothes, cookware, furniture, and food. It’s open Friday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-7 p.m.

SwapMeet RVA, 1500 E. Main St.
Meet up monthly to shop from vendors at this indoor/outdoor market at Main Street Station.

Antique and vintage shops


Find West End Antiques Mall near the intersection of Broad and Staples Mill.

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Antique Village, 10203 Chamberlayne Rd.
This Hanover antique mall has been in business since 1971.

Boho To Go, 1520 W. Main St.
Shop bohemian vintage in the heart of the Fan.

Brick Alley Co., 1206 Dinwiddie Ave.
Find a curated selection of vintage furniture at this online shop based out of Manchester. Bonus: The store offers local pick up and delivery.

Class and Trash, multiple locations
This funky vintage shop has locations in Scott’s Addition and Ashland. Shop in person or check out the Instagram to find your next furniture obsession.

Coalfield Station Antiques, 13597 Midlothian Tpke.
This Midlothian shop has plenty of antique treasures to explore with hours each day.

Cold Harbor Antiques Mall, 8147 Mechanicsville Tpke.
Multiple vendors sell their wares at this 10,000 sqft store.

Hickory Creek Antiques, 427 England St.
Find this mall in Ashland and shop from the collections of over 40 vendors.

JuJubee’s, 6116A Lakeside Ave
Antique home goods and furniture await you at this Lakeside fixture.

Mid Century Morris, 1731 Kelly Rd.
Make an appointment to shop at this warehouse of mid-century furniture finds in Scott’s Addition.

Modern 804, 2835 Hathaway Rd.
Explore curated vintage finds in Stratford Hills.

RVA Antiques, 6102 Lakeside Ave
Find antique furniture and other items for your home.

Vice Antiques & Furniture, 1811 Huguenot Rd., Ste. 101
Explore six rooms of antique and vintage furniture alongside collectibles, art, decor, and kitchenware — new items are added every day.

Vintage Glass and Pottery, 6592 Lakeside Ave
All of your vintage glass and pottery needs in one Northside store.

West End Antiques Mall, 2004 Staples Mill Rd.
Find this longstanding store near the intersection of Broad and Staples Mill. With 250+ booths and 53,000 sqft to explore, block off some time to walk among the furniture, glassware, fine art, lighting, and textiles.

Whispers of Time, 5512 Lakeside Ave
A vintage consignment store with unique pieces.

Vintage clothing shops


Keep up with Halcyon on social media to see when it has sidewalk sales.

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Blue Bones Vintage, 310 N. Laurel St.
The owners opened their own store after years of selling through Need Supply Co. Find it in the VCU area.

Bygones Vintage Clothing, 2916 W. Cary St.
This Carytown staple has a variety of Old Hollywood styles. Pro tip: Window shopping is a must, as the store changes its elaborate display with the seasons.

Capitol Vintage, 616 E. Franklin St.
Shop vintage pieces and accessories out of this downtown storefront with hours Thursdays-Mondays.

The Clothes Rack, 2618 W. Cary St.
This quality vintage shop sells books, clothes, and shoes. Plus, check out the Rolling Rack to see the shop on wheels.

CobbleStore, 324 S. Pine St.
This Oregon Hill haven has a growing collection of vintage t-shirts, jackets, hats, and more.

Cut and Run Vintage, 731 W. Marshall St.
Find throwback tees going back to the 80s and beyond at this VCU shop.

Halcyon Vintage, 117 N. Robinson St.
This shop has been buying and selling vintage clothes in the Fan for 30+ years.

Luxor Vintage Clothing, 3001 W. Cary St.
Stock up on antique jewelry and pottery while you search for vintage threads.

Rexco, 407 N. Cleveland St.
This vintage clothing shop offers consultation services for sourcing garments and market trends.

Consignment shops


Rumors is known for its trend-setting styles.

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Ashby, 3010 W. Cary St.
Find new and local recycled fashion at this Carytown shop. The store also has a rotating selection of jewelry, accessories, and local artwork.

Baggio Consignment, 9734 Gayton Rd.
This luxury consignment boutique specializes in bags and shoes.

Buffalo Exchange, 3140 W. Cary St.
Shop contemporary threads at the Carytown location of this national chain.

Clementine, 3118 W. Cary St.
This Carytown shop has on-trend pieces and accessories.

Fit for a Queen RVA, 9000 Quioccasin Rd.
The consignment shop focuses on plus-sized offerings with clothes from popular brands like Kate Spade.

Izzie’s Consigning with Grace, 14300 Midlothian Tpke.
Find home decor, artwork, and jewelry in Midlothian.

It’s Chic Again!, 1225 Sycamore Sq.
Get designer bags, shoes, and jewelry from your favorite luxury brands like Louis Vuitton.

Montage Treasure Boutique, 11400 Huguenot Rd.
This fun and groovy consignment shop carries name brands like JCREW for great prices.

Needful Things & More, 2204 Pemberton Rd.
This consignment shop offers collectibles, gold and silver, and jewelry repair services.

Rumors, 723 W. Broad St.
Visit the flagship location of this artsy boutique to secure the trendiest ‘fits. Pro tip: Check the Instagram to see what styles the shop is looking to buy, then bring your old clothes in exchange for store credit.

Second Time A Gown, 8901-A Patterson Ave.
Check out this shop for discounted prices on lightly worn bridal gowns and formal dresses.

Trail Hut, 114 N. 2nd St.
Find outdoor gear, adventure wear, and essentials at this specialty consignment shop.

Thrift stores


The new store is in the same shopping center as Natalie’s Taste of Lebanon.

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Aggie’s Attic Thrift Store, 6913 Lakeside Ave
Visit the Lakeside location for unique thrifted goods.

Circle Thrift, 400 W. Broad St.
Shop clothes, trinkets, and collectibles and see a local art show while you’re there.

Crater Community Hospice & Thrift Shop, 11401 Midlothian Tpke.
There’s also a Petersburg location of this shop for gently used clothing, furniture, books, sporting goods and household items.

Diversity Thrift, 1407 Sherwood Ave.
If you’re looking for records, furniture, glassware, or books in addition to clothes, this is the place for you.

Fan Tastic Thrift, 1914 W. Main St.
Browse clothes, housewares, and more at this staple Richmond store.

Furbish Thrift, 2833 Hathaway Rd.
Sales at this Stratford Hills shop benefit local animal organizations.

Habitat for Humanity ReStore, multiple locations
Shop and support Richmond Metroplitan Habitat for Humanity at the ReStores in Northside and Chesterfield.

Hope Thrift, multiple locations
Explore an extensive inventory of furniture, clothing, vintage pieces, and home goods at locations in Tuckahoe and Bellgrade.

Redemption Thrift, 8914 Patterson Ave.
This store benefits the Richmond Center for Christian Study and offers home goods, furniture, and clothes.

Thrifty Quaker, 13567 Midlothian Tpke
The shop has bargains and deals every day of the week. Plus, they donate proceeds to a new charity each month.

West End Thrift, 7219 W. Broad St.
Christian-based thrift store that donates regularly to charity.

Goodwill, multiple locations
Locations in Central Virginia are operated locally. Check out the selection in Midlothian (6301 Midlothian Tpke. and 8535 Midlothian Tpke.), on West Broad (6202 W. Broad St. and 8018 W. Broad St.), or at Centerville (1650 St Matthews Ln.).


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