Flea Markets are always a fun thing to do on the weekend, but in New York City, it is kicked up just a notch! You can find some really amazing vintage items, as well as new products made from really talented artists. There is also fabulous food to be found as well. In researching this list, many former great ones have closed, which is sad, but we do have a nice list to choose from below.
If you click on the flea name, it will take you to their website for more information !!
They are, in no particular order:
Fort Greene Flea - Lafayette Avenue between Clermont and Vanderbilt Avenues, Fort Greene, Brooklyn; (718) 935-1052; Sundays, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. starting April through November.
Williamsburg Flea - 50 Kent Ave between N 11 & 12 Sts) Sundays 10-5 November they open an indoor market for the winter season.
Hester Street Fair at Essex St, Chinatown, New York City Saturday and Sunday, 10am-6pm
West 25th Flea Market 29-37 W 25th St between Broadway and Sixth Ave.
New York, NY 10011 Saturday and Sunday from 9AM to 6PM
The Market NYC, 159 Bleecker Street, Greenwich Village - Hours are Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Sunday • 12Noon to 8PM • Saturday 11AM to 9PM
Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market, West 39th Street between Ninth and 10th Avenue; www.annexmarkets.com. Every Saturday and Sunday, 9-5 weather permitting
Artists and Fleas, Chelsea Market West 15th @ 10th Avenue and 70 North Seventh Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn - Purchase from actual folks making the products. Chelsea Market Hours Mon-Sat 10am-9pm Sun 10am-8pm, Williamsburg Hours Sat & Sun 10am-7pm
Grand Bazaar NYC NYC at Intermediate School 44, Columbus Avenue between West 76th and 77th Streets; Sundays 10:00am to 5:30pm.Winter Flea - November through March Crown Heights at 1000 Dean St. (btw. Classon + Franklin)
Sat Sun 10-6
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