Experience and Enjoy ‘Recreational Shopping’ at Mesa Market Place Swap Meet!


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Mesa Market Place Swap Meet

If you enjoy flea markets and swap meets, you’ll be in your element at this shopping extravaganza. Mesa Market Place Swap Meet is a special shopping venue: recreational shopping with a local flair. They are a covered outdoor market. There is more to see right here than anyone can see in eventually!

Their breezeway covers a mile and a quarter of shopping lanes. Each weekend, numerous bargain hunters descend on the facility, which holds 1600 vendors and provides a massive series of products. Greater than a mile of great small businesses and shops are under one roof! You will not discover in any other shopping mall in Arizona. Admission is free, and so is parking – two excellent reasons to explore the possibilities. The place is enormous. With a relaxed pace, there are great deals of places to sit as well as people-watch, too. You’ll also locate restaurants as well as snack counters where you can pick up a quick bite, in addition to lots of available restrooms. When temperatures begin to skyrocket, misters give relief from the Phoenix sun.

Their friendly merchant’s shops are engaging and personalized. The hunt for the best souvenirs resembles a Treasure Hunt, pleasing you that your time was well invested. You can discover various merchandise here like tools, jerky, garments, jewelry, all sorts of accessories, plants, fishing gear, authentic Native American collectibles, golf equipment, cosmetics, crafts & supplies, cleaning supplies, angling equipment, health info, vitamins, hats, men’s & women’s footwear & apparel, rocks, crystals, and a lot more.

They are open year ‘round. Please note that their hours change to accommodate the summer climate. Their winter hours are Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Check out their website for their hours during your visit. 100% accessible for people with disabilities, and scooter and chair rentals are readily available.

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