Gibraltar Weekend Market
Gibraltar Weekend Market
3.5
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Saturday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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London's biggest and best Flea Market! Over 100 vendors! Voted best fries in London! Butcher quality meats, marinated meats, frozen food, fresh fruit & veggies, Fireroasted Coffee, Spicer's baked treats, discount K-Cups, Mexican food, Jamaican food, specialty cheeses and cheese curds. Poutine, t-shirts, clothing, android boxes, video games, vaping supplies, hydroponic supplies, fishing gear and tackle, die cast cars, collectible action figures and toys (Star Wars, Star Trek, Marvel, etc.) collectible trading cards, GIANT OUTDOOR YARD SALE, piercings, jewelry (sales and repairs), vintage stereo equipment, books, 50% off handbags, Native crafts & traditional medicine, raw dog food & treats, mobile phone service and repairs, and so much more!! Open every Saturday and Sunday 9am-5pm.
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  • babagnonsh27
    Hamilton, Canada15 contributions
    interesting stuff
    a interesting place to go and look around. lots of different vendors. the lady who runs the books is amazing..she knows where everything is. lots of collectibles and greasy food!
    Written May 30, 2017
  • ericatheriault
    77 contributions
    Nice Market with a LARGE variety of Goods and Services
    This market has a little bit of everything, much like any other market you show up at you'll find some fresh produce, local butchers, bakers and your video games sales, clothing, instruments and other odds and ends ( think liquidation style stuff). Something for everyone. My recommendations are the long pepperoni counter that sells beef pepperettes in a variety of flavours (honey garlic and teriyaki are the most unique and most flavourful) and the Cheese Vendor there sells a great selection of tasty bricks as well as bags of curds some even flavoured. Great way to spend a couple of hours when the weather is crummy.
    Traveled with friends
    Written January 4, 2016
  • W W
    London, Canada506 contributions
    A lot of junky stuff... and some really good buys too
    This is the penultimate flea market... minus the fleas. Lots of good food to buy or to eat on site. Free parking (a rather muddy and crowded parking lot) and a lot of really strange and weird stuff.
    Traveled as a couple
    Written May 11, 2019
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Lori S
Chatham, Canada2 contributions
Jul 2013 • Family
Do not go in to the music vendor in Gibraltar Weekend Market unless you have full intentions of buying an instrument before you step foot inside.
I own and play instruments, as do my children and partner, so checking out prices and products is routine. Any other music store I've been in, you play the guitars to get some idea of sound and feel with no worries from store staff. This Bozo made us feel about an inch tall for even thinking about checking out the instruments without intending to buy it. Anyone in customer service knows that you have to count on some in and out traffic and treat people right so they come back and send others to you.
He asked me "Why did you even come in here if you don't want to buy something?" He insulted and intimidated my 14 year old daughter who was carefully playing some chords on a guitar, asking "Do you think it's fair for the next guy who comes to buy that guitar if every Tom Dick and Harry has had their hands all over it?" Be assured that she was careful and respectful of the guitar as she tried it out. Don't go there. Go where there's service and knowledgeable customer friendly staff. Downtown London has some great music stores where we have always been treated well, and we have made purchases because of it. Maybe not on the first vist, but on the return!!
This ruined out impression of this market completely.
Written July 23, 2013
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Ryan L
1 contribution
Aug 2014
They were allowing people to set up a yard sale in the back part of the flea market. I set up my yard sale which consisted of video games, movies, and records. It costs 15$ to set up a table for two days. Great cost for people who cant set up in their driveways. So after an hour I had sold a lot of video games. The video game venders over heard someone say my prices were way better than the guys prices inside. I laughed and didn't really care since my selection was much smaller than their selection so it only made sense since I wasn't as convenient. I was thinking about doing another yard sale near the end of summer but was told not to return because I upset the vender. So I got a bit upset because I spent the day spending money there supporting venders as I ate and drank their food. So screw this place greedy over priced video game venders who yake advantage of low income families.
Written August 3, 2014
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Charlie Y
1 contribution
It is normal market you can find anywhere. Not worth driving long way go there. Maybe summer time will better.
Written March 2, 2014
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londonont1986
London, Canada1 contribution
May 2013 • Family
If you are in London check this place out!! It's open every Saturday and Sunday 9am-5pm all year round, They also have a yard sale with many tables and vendors during the summer under the huge outdoor structure
Written May 27, 2013
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joseph r
Halifax, Canada3 contributions
Sep 2013 • Family
I go to this place every time I am in London, there is always something different. The half pound brownies I got last time were the amazing. I got some really good deals on some books from the outdoor yardsale where my son picked out some awesome hot wheels (4 for $1)
Written September 19, 2013
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tamjxx
Region of Waterloo, Canada22 contributions
Apr 2019 • Friends
Firstly, when we arrived to the flea market we her harassed in the parking lot by another customer. they tried to get into a physical altercation with us. The vape shop inside gave me the wrong product. it was a very junky market. The piercing place inside is sketchy. The paintball surplus store seemed to have a lot of good stuff but other than that it was a sketchy place. lots of people seemingly under the influence of narcotics around and outside the premises.
Written June 19, 2019
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bigdoubled71
London, Canada3,092 contributions
Oct 2018 • Couples
Gibraltar Market is more of a flea market than a farmers market but does have cheese, meat and other foods available. Lots to stroll thru and check out. We like the meat vendors, Market really varies for items lots for all to check out
Written October 7, 2018
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Hi! Yes, we're known for our meats and we have a flea market component, but we also have lots of new items such as Android Boxes, Jewelry, fishing gear, collectibles toys, clothing, several food vendors (Mexican, Jamaican, Waffles, Wraps, Poutine, The Best Fries in Town, fresh salads, mini doughnuts, bubble tea, chocolate covered strawberries... and more! From a farmers market perspective, we have a new fresh fruit and veggie booth with a good selection of fresh items and we're hoping to expand that with local farmers produce. Hope you all still come and visit London's best and biggest weekend market! :-)
Written October 10, 2018
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dwalker75
Delaware, Canada10 contributions
Sep 2018 • Friends
All the people, noise, aromas, and choices create the ambiance of a typical street market. Most of the market is inside, so rain or shine, this market is open on weekends. There is a decent variety of vendors: clothing, grocers, jewellery, collectibles, books, etc. There's also several choices for fast food and places to sit & enjoy the food and rest for a bit. One touch that is small, but speaks well of this micro-community is the presence of "Tabby Bear". This is a plastic bear, the size of a cookie jar, set on top of the recycling bin. This means someone collects pull tabs from drink cans to donate them. The charity that receives these pull tabs purchases strollers and wheel chairs for children and teens with special needs. This simple, but unique gesture speaks well of the community within these walls.
Written September 5, 2018
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Thanks you so much for the kind review! Everyone at the market works hard to make it a warm and enjoyable experience! Lot's to do, lot's to see and when you shop there you're helping a lot of local small businesses! Each booth is independently owned and operated. I also appreciate that you noted it as a "community" for it really is! And we see the community coming through every weekend - lot's of familiar faces! :-) Hope to see you again soon!
Written September 6, 2018
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Tracy F
1 contribution
Mar 2018 • Family
Great family environment!! been coming for a couple generations..lol flemarkets are a great way to show ur children you can buy second hand and new and great deals different types of nationalitys bring their different cultures and we can try different foods clothes ect..not everyone has to shop expensive and commercial shopping..ect .. will always be happy to shop here for many years to come****
Written March 22, 2018
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sc0use14
Bayfield, Canada26 contributions
Jan 2018 • Couples
First time here, lots of stuff to see along with fresh food and eats.There are good buys in coffee (keurig) fresh meat and frozen foods.We recommend the schnitzel of which there are a number of different rubs, the discount goods store have stale dated items at a fantastic discount, just be careful of what you buy.coffee pods 100 for $40 is another good deal A very large frozen food section..Parking can be a bit of a problem, there are several handicap spaces at the side of the building. We found it extremely hot, so you might want to dress accordingly.
Written January 21, 2018
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