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This article contains information on a subject that is not considered canon in the Gravity Falls universe.

The Gravity Falls Swap Meet is a flea market in Gravity Falls, Oregon where townsfolk can buy, sell, and trade merchandise.


In "Little Gift Shop of Horrors" during the "Hands Off" segment, like many other townsfolk, the Pines family come here. While there, Grunkle Stan steals a faux gold watch from the Hand Witch's booth, which she curses him for later. Its slogan is "Where Parking Lots Meet Garbage Dumps!"


The swap meet has the following booths:

  • Cheep Cheep Tires—run by an elderly gentleman.
  • Baby Parts by Lazy Susan—run by Lazy Susan. It sells baby doll parts and clothing. Irregular heads are sold at half price.
  • Hipster Glasses—which Dipper calls "professor glasses," and claims they make him look like a genius.
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    "They make me look like a genius."

    Hot! Hot Dogs—supposedly sells hot dogs.
  • Pots Aplenty—sells pots and pans.
  • Manly Dan's Acceptably Masculine Collectibles—run by Manly Dan. He sells hand crafted wooden carvings by him, including a train, rocking horse, bunny rabbit, and beaver, which are all bearded.
  • Sev'ral Chimes—run by Tyler Cutebiker. The name is a play on the band Sev'ral Timez, which Tyler is known to be a fan of.[1]
  • Wet Blankets—run by Toby Determined. He sells wet blankets for a mere $9.99 but becomes disheartened when he thinks Stan (who was mocking Dipper) is selling them as well.
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    The Pines at the swap meet.

    Whosits and Whatsits—run by Old Man McGucket. He sells primarily junk. The stand is wooden and the front claims, "Doo-whackies!" "Kajiggers!" and "Thingameebobs!"
  • Table selling faux gold watches—run by the Hand Witch. Stan describes them as "mob boss quality."
  • Table selling bobbleheads—supposedly sells bobbleheads.


Season 2


  1. "Boyz Crazy." Matt Chapman, Alex Hirsch (writers) & John Aoshima (director). Gravity Falls. Disney Channel. April 19, 2013. No. 17, season 1

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