1. Brooklyn Flea Market
New York is the most fascinating place in the world and you can find anything you may search for. This city is characterized by its multicultural environment and vibrant city life that never sleeps. If you are visiting this city for the first time then the flea markets and antique shops have amazing treasures. Brooklyn flea market is the most popular market in NYC and a must-go place if you wish to experience local life. You can find anything from antique, vintage and collectibles as well as many other unique items. Besides, Brooklyn flea has some delicious spots for food and drinks that you cannot miss.
When: Sunday 10:00 – 17:00
2. Grand Bazaar NYC
Grand Bazaar is the biggest flea market in New York and gathers more than a hundred vendors. Usually, this market has plenty of options regarding decoration items, furniture, vintage clothes and many more to discover. The market is located in one of the most central boroughs in New York, the Upper East Side which is also the richest in Manhattan. So, it is totally worth visiting as you can have a stroll around the city centre.
When: Sunday 10:00 – 17:30
3. Chelsea Flea Market
If you want to buy special gifts or souvenirs for family and friends then you should head off to Chelsea Flea Market. It is an iconic indoor flea market that shows the vibrant life of New York City. The best spot in the city for finding unique items to decorate your apartment and what’s more, you can find vendors who sell pieces from the legendary Hell’s Kitchen which has recently close.
When: Saturday and Sunday 06:30 – 19:00
4. East 67th Street Market
This market is a small and quiet place to go in Manhattan but there is a huge variety of items to buy. The most fascinating thing about this market is that is an antique and vintage place but also has a farmer’s market as well. Vintage clothes, antique furniture, collectibles and many more are some of the best items you can find there. Absolutely worth going.
When: Saturday 06:00 – 17:00