Come one, come all to one of the 10 best flea markets in New York (talking about the state here, folks)! Find killer deals on items that you cannot find anywhere else! Hopefully this list saves you some time and gets you on your way to finding that magical trinket that you have been desperately searching for.
See and be seen at Artists & Fleas
Artists & Fleas first in opened in Williamsburg to bring together local artists, indie designers, vintage collectors and aficionados. After more than 10 years, it has expanded to two other locations, in Chelsea Market and in the Arts District in DTLA. Its Williamsburg market has attracted thousands of visitors every weekend.
Spend a fun weekend at Brooklyn Flea
One of the top weekend destinations in NYC is Brooklyn Flea. This flea market has been recognized as “one of the great urban experiences in New York” by the New York Times and “one of the world’s coolest bazaars” by Travel + Leisure. It’s an outdoor market from April to November then, when it becomes too cold, moves indoors from November to March.
Go treasure hunting at Chelsea Flea Market
Chelsea Flea Market has been a shopping mecca for almost 40 years. This outdoor flea market features up to 135 vendors selling antiques, collectibles, vintage items and a lot more. It’s open every Saturday and Sunday, all year round.
Shop and dine at LIC Flea and Food
The largest outdoor flea and food market in Queens is re-opening its doors in April. Aside from the curated market, LIC Flea and Food also features a wide selection of food and drinks. With lots of things happening, visitors will surely have a fun weekend in Long Island City.
Strike a bargain at Grand Bazaar NYC
For over 30 years, Grand Bazaar NYC, formerly known as GreenFlea Market, has been attracting vendors and customers from in and around the city. One of the biggest and oldest markets in NYC, this indoor and outdoor market has anything and everything from antiques to designer clothing and accessories. The market is open every Sunday, all year long.
Discover a rare find at Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market
Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market is one of the Annex Markets of NYC. Like its sister, Chelsea Flea Market, it brings together antique collectors, vintage lovers and shopping aficionados all looking for the best antiques, collectibles, vintage clothing and a lot more. The market is open every Saturday and Sunday throughout the year.
Find hidden treasures at Antique World and Flea Market
Clarence is home to one of NY’s largest indoor and outdoor antique and flea markets. Antique World and Flea Market first opened its doors in 1981. The market is open everyday except on Wednesdays.
Grab a cool outfit at The Market NYC
With 8,500 square feet of retail space, it’s the place to go for designer and vintage items. Famous celebrities like Leonardo di Caprio, Lana del Rey and Heidi Klum have been spotted shopping at the Market. They have locations in Bleecker Street and Bedford Avenue.
Experience Brooklyn shopping and entertainment at Rock n’ Shop
Rock n’ Shop is one of the newest and coolest places to hangout in Brooklyn on a Sunday. It’s a total Brooklyn shopping and entertainment experience with unique items, delicious food and live music. Shoppers can even get a stylish tattoo or a haircut all in one roof.
Check out the goods at Bushwick Flea
What they lack in size, they make up in quality. The flea market located in the heart of Bushwick features approximately 25 vendors of vintage and retro items, handmade crafts and artwork, and other unique and trendy finds. Bushwick Flea is open every weekend beginning in March.