Mark your calendars for Vintage Bazaar New England, featuring 140 vendors, live music, delicious food, and a beautiful open field location.

*UPDATE: Vintage Bazaar New England 2024 will be held on June 22 & 23 (outdoors, located at Kimball Farm, Haverhill, MA). Fall Bazaar: October 5 & 6 (outdoors, located at Kimball Farm, Haverhill, MA). Will you be attending? Hope to see you there!

Vintage Bazaar New England | Recent Fall Visit

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Vintage Bazaar New England | What you Need to Know

Vintage Bazaar New England
Photo Credit: Vintage Bazaar New England

How to Get to Vintage Bazaar New England

The GPS address for Vintage Bazaar New England is 725 East Broadway, Haverhill, MA. It is held on a beautiful pasture overlooking the river on Kimball Farm.


There is plenty of easy parking without long walks to the Vintage Bazaar or back to your car. Be sure to swing up to the front, though, as there is a steady flow of people always leaving.

This is an important feature for those who like to fill our vehicles with vintage goodies and cool off with a little AC between shopping sprees. It was 96 degrees on the Saturday of my visit…

Cost of Admission

There is a $15 entrance fee each day from 10:00-4:00.

Or $20 for the early bird entry from 8:30 – 4:00 on Saturday only. I capitalized on this, knowing the heat would settle in later in the day.

Venmo and cash only at the door.

You can also purchase tickets online and breeze through the ticket booth lines. Early bird, weekend passes, and daily admission tickets are available.

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Bring the kiddos, too! Children under 16 receive free admission! They will enjoy face painting, balloon twisting, a photo camper, lawn games, and more!

Are Dogs Allowed?

Yes, Vintage Bazaar New England allows well-behaved leashed dogs.

Rain or Shine?

Yes, Vintage Bazaar New England is a rain-or-shine event. The vendors are covered in tents from both the heat and the rain.

What to Bring?

Bring your wagons, carts, and totes to help carry all your bazaar finds.

Sunscreen, bug spray, and hat.

Boots on a rainy day. Vintage Bazaar New England is in a field so that it could get muddy.

Umbrella to keep you shaded and/or dry from the elements.

Most of the vendors accept all kinds of payments. But remember, CASH IS KING!

Bring your phone/camera to capture all the fun moments.

Most of all, enjoy all Vintage Bazaar has to offer! Get a timeless silhouette of your loved one (or pup), pick out a beautiful piece of permanent jewelry, and enjoy face painting, henna, and more! There is lots to do in addition to shopping and eating!

Purchasing a Large Item?

Use the strong Vintage Bazaar porters to help move items from the show field to your vehicle.

The Wildflower Trucks at The Vintage Bazaar

The Wild Flower Truck and the Posy Market Flower Truck greet you first upon entering and again as you leave.

Fresh wildflower bouquets are always my last purchase of the day at the Vintage Bazaar New England.

Wild Flower Truck I Vintage Bazaar New England
Wild Flower Truck

140+ Vintage Bazaar New England Vendors

I was excited to see my favorite friends from Vermont Vintage Market Day’s booth, Fleurish Home and Garden, front and center as I first entered, and I picked up two of their beautiful canvas framed paintings.

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Vintage Bazaar New England Fleurish Home and Garden Booth.

There were about 4 – 5 rows of vendors, food trucks, and music. The perfect size and not uncomfortably crowded at all.

The isles have names on them, like Sabino Row, to help guide you through Vintage Bazaar New England.

Vintage Bazaar New England

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Vintage Bazaar New England Vintage Booth Display

Vintage Beauties at The Vintage Bazaar

From fabulous collections of vintage McCoy vases…

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Vintage McCoy Vases

I just had to walk on beautiful dishes and platters by this time.

I’m still dreaming of this gorgeous set of vintage blue dishes here.

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Vintage blue and white dishes

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The colorful architectural salvage pieces that you drool over.

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Vintage Bazaar New England Architectural Salvage Display

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Vintage Booth Display Ideas

And the amazing booth displays at Vintage Bazaar New England. I came away with so many vintage booth ideas for my own vintage booth back in Vermont.

Did you notice the blue-painted shoe mold next to the vintage blue cupboard on the table above? Oh my goodness, I love this idea!

Luggage and hats that whisk you off to faraway places at the Vintage Bazaar New England.

Vintage Suitcase with Hats

And the collections and creativity that inspire us all and why we keep returning for more to Vintage Bazaar New England.

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I even learned from my friend at Van Claus Designs that they still make Fresca. Did you know that? She buys it at Trader Joe’s.

Two Women with Fresca Soda

Vintage Bazaar New England Creator’s Social

A big shout out to Chelsea from Kevrose Farm for organizing and inviting me to the Vintage Bazaar’s “Creator’s Social,”

After a morning shopping at the Vintage Bazaar New England, I was thrilled to meet up with some of my blogosphere and like-minded friends for an 11:00 a.m. “Creator’s Social” event. Where we gathered, mingled, and connected.

Supporting amazing businesswomen like these who attended always, always inspires me. It was so nice connecting with you all…

Emily | The Thrifted Table

Jennifer | Cottage on Bunker Hill

Molly | Molly in Maine

Sarah | Sarah Fitz Studio

Kori | The Farmhouse Life

Charcuterie Dessert and Cocktail

Vintage Bazaar New England Finds

Two French cheese molds, a bouquet, and two shaving brushes.

I’m going to use the cheese molds as soap dishes in the bathroom next to the two vintage shaving brushes:)

Flowers, cheese molds, shaving brushes

A Vintage Affair

If you have any thoughts, comments, or suggestions, I’d love to hear from you. Please share in the comments below. And be sure to share this blog post link with your friends who are also vintage enthusiasts.

Do you have a flair for all things vintage, too? I would love to see and feature you in our Reader’s Showcase Series. A place for you to share and be recognized for your talents and passion for all things thrifting, vintage, and antique decor-related inspired by your time here with Dabbling & Decorating. Email me at

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  1. I rarely struggle with FOMO but this has me 🤤 drooling!

    1. Oh my gosh you are so funny. Time to order some lobster:) Happy 4th Pamel.

  2. It was fun to see all the beautiful old pieces, thanks for sharing.

    1. I’m so glad you enjoyed it Marlene🙌🏻

  3. The blue/green cupboard! Gorgeous color!

  4. Kathy Munday says:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE the Vintage Bazaar!!!! My daughter and I look forward to the October date and will keep an eye out for the exact weekend!! Thank you for sharing your tour!!

    1. I wish I got more footage of it, but it was just too hot for me:)

  5. I’m here drinking my coffee and thinking about a couple of things I forgot to go back and get…probably from my brain melting in the heat!!! I should have grabbed the 3 pane window frame we saw and another one of the metal topiaries I bought!!

    1. I know I wasn’t right either yesterday in that heat. So bummed it was so hot out🥵