Wednesday, May 26, 2021

An al fresco European flea market experience at The Palacio

“Those who missed the first flea market need not worry because we will be making this a regular event. This time, art collectors or those who are looking for beautiful pieces to add to their homes while under lockdown or affordable and one-of-a-kind gift options may find these and more at the second Flea Market at Palacio de Memoria.” ~Camille Lhuillier-Albani, Palacio de Memoria General Manager

Inspired by European flea markets, like the El Rastro in Madrid and the Parisian Clignancourt in Paris, the two-day affair promises to be a fun, vibrant, and safe festivity that aims to help visitors have a quick respite from the stresses of the current pandemic. Open to everyone, most especially art collectors and enthusiasts, the flea market will be set al fresco to ensure everyone’s safety. 

This time, it will showcase incomparable pieces from Gallery of Prints, Othello, Farzam, Caramel Creative, Rue Angelique, and Vidro. Shoppers can also expect more rare and vintage finds, such as sculptures, furniture, textiles, accessories, toys, and more.

After shopping or taking a cultural tour of the pre-war mansion, fairgoers can experience a gastronomical feast at the newly opened restaurant, The Loggia by Margarita Forés. They can enjoy their meals in a beautiful al fresco dining set up by the lush garden, as well as libations from 1 to 3pm. 

Aside from the monthly Flea Market, the Palacio will soon be lining up a series of outdoor events open to the public. On June 5-6, 2021, from 10 am to 5 pm, visitors can witness cigar carving and roll by Tabacalera Incorporada. More events will be announced in the future.

To help ensure the health and safety of its visitors, Palacio De Memoria will strictly implement safety measures throughout the duration of the event. 

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Culture and art lovers can once again bask in art, antiques, and home décor at the second “Flea Market at Palacio De Memoria” on June 5-6, 2021, 10 am to 5 pm.

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