You don't always have to choose between pricey designer clothes and lame mass market apparel. Shop vintage! There's no better way to spend a day than strolling around the market hunting down some epic deals: antique items, rare collectables, insane interior decor, and, of course, unique vintage clothes. It's cheap, it's useful, it's fun! Find out where to start your search with our list of New York's best flea markets.
Operating since April, Brooklyn Fort Greene Flea is a perfect way to spend your weekend. Over 150 spots to get vintage clothing, old-fashioned furniture, handcrafted jewelry, designer apparel, and, of course, artisan food, bakery, and beverages. TAdmission is free, but you're most likely to fall in love with some pretty things and won't leave with your hands empty.
An indoor flea market where you can find antiques and modern items by local craftsmen and artists. If you like flea markets, this is a great destination for you. Artists and Fleas is a great place to stop by on a weekend in Brooklyn. It does have a special atmosphere of a flea market or a little quintessentially Brooklyn shop that sells local craftwork.
LIC Flea & Food outdoor market comes back with a selection of goods every weekend starting from April. This market will impress you with its amazing line-up of vendors. The place has always been a residence for the best foods and some unique things that can be found here only. It was created leading by diversity and spirit of Queens. It is always open for exploration and new experience.
A flea market in the middle of Manhattan that'll feed your passion for everything unusual, both new and vintage, Hell's Kitchen offers everyone a unique shopping experience for antiques, vintage clothing and collectables. Take your time walking along the aisles, searching for something very specific or just taking it all in. The prices can be somewhat steep, but as it often is with the flea markets, you have to search for the bargain.
A unique selection to choose from located in the very centre of Chelsea Market, Artists & Fleas hosts over 30 rotating vendors offering everything from original T-shirts to vintage jewellery and other cool stuff 7 days a week. From books to clocks to anything else that you can think of, and a lot of things you won’t expect, you are always guaranteed to leave here with something that you would struggle to find anywhere else.
One of the most visited open air flea markets in Brooklyn Bushwick Flea features over 25 vintage vendors and welcomes visitors every weekend. Though the market can seem a bit small, you will be impressed with a choice of antiques, bric-a-brac and other special thing common only in Brooklyn. The venue is very cozy and hospitable. Though considered to be for locals only, Bushwick Flea always welcomes new visitors and vendors to be introduced on the market.
Chelsea Flea Market is a nice little gem hidden in the middle of the fashionable Chelsea neighborhood. Get ready for some great finds! Vintage clothing, jewellery, interior decor and more unique things. It is outdoor, quite orderly and relatively small. For such a tiny space, it is pretty well stocked. You will be surprised at what you could find there. You could easily end up with a designer bag for a ridiculously small price. The choice is, of course, not as varied as some other flea markets in New York, but it is nevertheless worth a visit.