STITTSVILLE'S

VINTAGE MARKET

STITTSVILLE'S

VINTAGE MARKET

- OPEN EVERY SUNDAY FROM 9 TO 5 -

ABOUT US
ABOUT US

ONTARIO'S ULTIMATE VINTAGE GOODS MARKET

Since its establishment in 2005, Stittsville's Vintage Market (formerly known as Carp Road Flea Market) has grown into a premier stop for vintage and retro goods in Ottawa. With a great selection of new and used items from a variety of top vendors, Stittsville's Vintage Market is a one-of-a-kind shopping experience for people of all ages!

The market is open every Sunday year-round, with both indoor and outdoor vendors offering a carefully curated selection of items. There is plenty of free parking, and washrooms and an ATM are available for customer use. Pong's Poutine Truck on-site.

 
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VENDORS
VENDORS

ANYTHING YOU CAN IMAGINE, OLD AND NEW

Stittsville's Vintage Market is home to a variety of vendors selling quality items, both old and new.

 

Our selection includes:

- video games      - vintage barbies      - silverware

- collectibles         - books                      - decorations

- furniture             - fine china                 - DVDs

- art                        - clocks                      - outdoor tools

- records                - bar signs                 - clothing

...and so much more!

Come in and see our full collection!

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Barbie museum
BARBIE MUSEUM
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Photo ©Barry Gray

Stittsville’s Vintage Market is also home to Elizabeth’s Barbie Museum, one of the largest Barbie Doll collections in the world; founded by Elizabeth Kondruss in order to share her love for Mattel’s iconic fashion doll. This love started with the Tutti Barbie Doll in 1965, and has since then grown into a remarkable collection containing over 24,000 Barbie Dolls and accessories, collected over the last 50 years. The Barbie Museum has been featured in multiple news sources, including the Ottawa Citizen and Metro News Ottawa. 

Read all about it!

Ottawa Citizen, 01/03/15, "Stittsville's Barbie Museum celebrates the iconic fashion doll"

Metro News Ottawa, 07/29/16, "A Barbie girl in a Barbie world"

Stittsville Central, 12/27/14, "Meet Elizabeth Kondruss, curator of Stittsville’s Barbie museum"

 
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LOCATION

LOCATION

2079 Carp Rd., Stittsville, ON, K0A 1L0

Hours: Sunday (9:00AM - 5:00PM)

 
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CONTACT US
CONTACT US

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions, comments or concerns; and we will try and get back to you as soon as possible. 

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