Flea market at Leith
Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland, is a lovely place to be for the holidays. There are huge opportunities for shopping, including flea markets offering consumers the best of antique items of great value and importance. Here are the 5 best flea markets Edinburgh has to offer. Leith is a busy place in Edinburgh, and their flea market offers even more interesting features for visitors. The market is opened monthly, where visitors have the opportunity to old books, vintage accessories, old clothes, scratched vinyl, toys, and tools. There are stalls everywhere, so you’re going to find plenty of variety for you to choose from. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
The Food & Flea Market
The Food & Flea Market is the city’s first daily market where visitors can find the best food to eat and items to buy. Market goers enjoy treats from food and trader vendors who offer them delicious delicacies, 7 days a week, from 11am to 5pm. While the food is available every day, the flea market is opened on Saturdays and Sundays. You can buy antiques, oddities, birds of brey, and vinyl. Items are priced based on their values, so you need to be on your bargaining capacity to be able to have a good buy. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Out of the Blue Flea Market
Operation from a former military drill hall, this place now looks like nothing from the past, as it shows a high level of cultural activities and hub. It opens every last Saturday of the month from 10am to 3pm, where visitors of all ages are welcome to participate. There are so many things to do here. Local artists can be found selling bric-a-brac, vintage vinyl, antiques, furniture, fashion, musical instruments, and one-off gems. When done with shopping, visitors can enter the social enterprise café to enjoy their collection of seasonal snacks and organic baking. Stuff here is quite affordable, and great prices are the reason many people keep coming here to come and have a great time. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Lou Lou’s Vintage Fair
Back in 2013 and 2014, this fair was voted as one of the best in the UK. This was because of how popular it has been among the people. Locals and tourists flock into the stalls at the fair, from 11am to 5pm, to shop for items in 40 stalls offering items spanning from 1940 to 1990s. Here, you’ll be able to purchase all sorts of items, including music, crafts, and homeware. There are also places to enjoy great meals and a beauty parlor where visitors can attend to help them look good. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
A Spoonful of Vintage
This impressive flea market usually takes place at Spoon Restaurant on Nicolson Street. Tourists can expect to buy items like ceramics, collectibles, homeware, furniture, jewelry, and accessories. These items have been around since the 1940s, and they prove to be a great addition to anyone who’s a collector or just wanting to own vintage and antique. There is a café nearby offering coffee, snacks, tea, and other beverages and food, so you can go there to help yourself if you’re hungry.