The 400 Market has 300 Individual Vendors
Open Every Weekend Year Round Located 5 Miles South of Barrie off the 400 Highway at Innisfil Beach Road
The 400 Market was started in 1986 as a flea and farmers market to service Simcoe County and to attract travelers of the 400 Highway. Since the 400 Market has opened, successfully, it has increased in size with three expansions, to its present day size of 105,000 sq. ft. Even the vendors became more sophisticated with their merchandise. However, the flair of the old flea market still exits.
Thousands of shoppers pass through the doors every weekend. Fifty per cent of all the visitors to the 400 Market are from outside a fifty mile radius. It's become a landmark on the highway, and a shopping destination which draws people from Toronto to Sudbury.
Wide aisles allow shoppers, particularly parents with baby strollers, easy access, along with shoppers with walkers and wheelchairs.
A real ambience has evolved over the years. For some people, it is the place to bring visitors from out-of-town, or their favorite aunt, who is looking for collectable antiques. For others, it's a place to buy everything from diamond rings and plasma screen televisions. Some products are new to North America and not found anywhere else!