SoWa Vintage Market -460C Harrison Ave – Boston, MA
Overall thoughts: A great adventure in finding unique vintage treasures and crafts
It was another hot weekend when I decided it was time to check out SoWa Vintage Market in South Boston. The location is very easy to get to… My advice is to park in Southie or take the redline to the Broadway T stop and walk over the bridge towards the South End. However, if you’re planning on buying big items, such as furntiure, I would drive and park there. This is also very easy.
My initial reason for heading here was to do a review on the Haberdash Vintage Trailer. Once I got their I realized there was so, so, so much that the SoWa Vintage Market offered. When you walk in you don’t even know where to begin. The entrance welcomes you with vendor after vendor of unique crafts, vintage clothing and food trucks.
The first thing to catch my eye, were these two New England inspired paintings below. How cool!?
A perfect fit for the blog, indeed 🙂
While I didn’t find the Haberdash Vintage Trailer, I did find their new bus! Love it!
As my journey continued, I realized inside was were I needed to be! The inside of SoWa Vintage Market features many different vintage and antique vendors from all around New England. I love these types of places because you never know what you will find! Here is a quick photo overview of what I found inside!
The photos could go on and on, with all the cool stuff I found. I encourage you to head to the SoWa Vintage when you have a free Sunday. You can visit them at http://www.SoWaVintageMarket.com to learn more about their directions, hours and special promotions.
Their indoor market is open every Sunday from 10AM – 4PM year round. AND did I mention the entrance is Free!
We ended the day with nice BBQ sandwich 🙂