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These Are The 5 Best Flea Markets in New York

Looking for an amazing flea market? NYC has many options. It’s flea markets and antique markets are among the most exciting places in the world to find vintage treasures and unique curiosities.

Whether you are a New Yorker or a tourist – exploring flea markets in NYC is certainly one of the best ways to spend a weekend in the Big Apple. While there are great antique flea markets in Manhattan, vintage shopping also gives you a good reason to discover other boroughs.

Check out our awesome list of NYC flea and street markets as well.

Grand Bazaar NYC – Upper West Side, Manhattan

This Upper West Side all year bazaar is one of NYC’s most seasoned and biggest marketplaces that goes all out every Sunday. Over a hundred vendors make the Grand Bazaar NYC the biggest flea market in New York City. Every week, antiques and vintage dealers, makers and artisanal food vendors present their wares at this large outdoor and indoor market on the Upper West Side. “At this antique market in NYC, you may find vintage furniture and architectural salvage, vintage clothing, collectibles, authentic vintage jewelry, antiques, vintage vinyl, old maps and books, handmade art, and much more,” says Nikolas M, Director at the Cosmos Yachting told CEOWORLD magazine. Cosmos Yachting offers a wide range of sailing yachts, catamarans and motor yachts in some of the most beautiful destinations in the world such as; Greece, Croatia, Turkey, Spain, Italy, France, the Caribbean, Seychelles, Thailand, Australia, French Polynesia, and many more. The diverse choice and vibrant atmosphere make the Grand Bazaar NYC one of the best flea markets in New York for vintage and antique shopping.
Schedule: every Sunday | Hours: 10 am – 5:30 pm

Artists and Fleas at Chelsea Market

Vintage! Vinyl! Extraordinary designers and handmade merch…a lot to find every single day! Chelsea Flea Market is your best address for a unique souvenir or a bargain to decorate your NYC apartment. Wander on the footsteps of Andy Warhol or Michael Jackson while you soak up the unique vibe of the city. There are at least 30 independent designers selling their products regular, so make a trip to look at our top choices like menswear brand Curated Basics, baubles from Brooklyn Charm and new just as utilized LPs from EAT Records.
Schedule: every Saturday – Sunday | Hours: 6:30 am – 7 pm

Artists and Fleas at Williamsburg

This Williamsburg flea market is part of the successful Artists & Fleas brand which runs several vintage markets and shops around town.  This well-known shopping joint is open throughout the entire year and recently extended to have live performances and 100 sellers consistently. Over 75 vendors sell handmade items, vintage clothing and other vintage or treasures at this indoor market.  Make sure to catch some merch—vintage from Thriftwares running from the 1950s–1990s, downtown-cool gems by SunPark NYC and beard oils by Real Bearded Men.
Schedule: Saturday and Sunday: 10:00 – 19:00 | Hours: 10am – 7pm

The Market NYC – SoHo, Manhattan

After dominating Chelsea Market, Williamsburg, and even Los Angeles, this excellent neighborhood emporium starts an every day residency in Soho. The Market NYC is an indoor market with a cool vibe and plenty to discover. Most vendors sell vintage-inspired handmade treasures such as jewelry, fashion or home decor such as prints, lamps and more. Be aware that this is a design market and not a regular flea market with vintage and antiques, but it is nevertheless a great spot to find a unique souvenir or gift. There are two locations, both in SoHo, and their opening hours are perfect if you are looking for a market in NYC open during the week.
Schedule: Open year-round | Hours: Tue-Sat 11 am – 8 pm and Sun-Mon 11 am – 7 pm

Brooklyn Flea DUMBO – Brooklyn

Brooklyn Flea DUMBO arguably is the most popular flea market in New York. The market contracted to around 80 vendors that will show their products underneath the Manhattan Bridge. Expect to find rare collectibles, antique jewelry, and home furnishings, vintage clothes, second-hand memorabilia, as well as crafts from local artists at Brooklyn Flea. In winter, Brooklyn Flea moves indoors to become Brooklyn Flea Winter Market and joins forces with Smorgasburg, Brooklyn’s famous food festival.
Schedule: Sundays, April through October | Hours: 10 am – 5 pm

More shopping in NYC

Once you are done discovering all these great flea markets on our list, why not discover more flea markets in Brooklyn? And, of course, there are also some pretty amazing vintage clothing stores in NYC. Hope this list will help you in your shopping but We would also love to know more suggestions from you.

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Heena Mansuri
Heena Mansuri, Travel and Fashion reporter at the Lifestyle Desk for CEOWORLD magazine. She covers luxury travel and fashion.