New York City Flea Markets

When you think about shopping in New York City, what comes to mind? Big name department stores, Fifth Avenue and high-end boutiques, right? While perhaps not your first thought, something you definitely want to consider is the myriad of New York flea markets. Yep, that's right, flea markets! What will you find at a flea market? Anything and everything - - antiques, vintage clothing, accessories, artwork, jewelry, home decor, food - - the list is endless. While most flea markets are outdoors and therefore only open for the warmer/summer months, several are open year-round.

At the end of our flea market listing, we've given you information on the various Smorgasburg locations. Smorguasburg, created by the folks at Brooklyn Flea, is an all-food market featuring packaged and prepared foods, local food vendors and food-related supplies.

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The 4 Brooklyn Flea Markets

Founded in April 2008, Brooklyn Flea has grown into one of New York City’s top attractions, operating flea markets every weekend of the year that feature hundreds of top vendors of furniture, vintage clothing, collectibles and antiques, as well as a tightly curated selection of jewelry, art, and crafts by local artisans and designers, plus delicious fresh food.

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Brooklyn Winter Flea & Holiday Market

From November through March, Brooklyn Flea moves indoors for the Winter Flea and Holiday Market with about 100 vintage, antique and other vendors, plus 25 food vendors. The Winter Flea and Holiday Market features a little bit of everything.

Where: 1000 Dean Street, Brooklyn
When: Saturday and Sunday, 10am-6pm
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Fort Greene Flea

The Flea's Fort Greene flagship location features 150 vendors every Saturday from April through November. The 40,000-square-foot schoolyard at Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School is part vintage bazaar, part hipster hang, part old-fashioned town square, and part food bonanza.

Where: 176 Lafayette Ave., Brooklyn
When: Saturdays, 10 a..m. - 5 p.m.
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Park Slope Flea

Located in a public school playground, this small flea market is easily navigable after a boozy brunch in Park Slope. Around 20 vendors sell antiques, collectibles and furniture for your Brooklyn home re-decorating.

Where: PS 321, 180 Seventh Ave., Brooklyn
When: Saturday & Sunday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
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Williamsburg Flea

The Sunday Flea in Williamsburg features 150 vendors of vintage items, antiques, handmade goods, and food, with a gorgeous skyline view to boot. The market is open every Sunday, rain or shine, and is dog friendly.

Where: 50 Kent Ave., Brooklyn
When: Sunday, 10 a..m. - 5 p.m.
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Other NYC Flea Markets

Aquaduck Fleamarket

The folks at Aquaduck Fleamarket have over 30 years experience operating in some of the best markets. They strive to make Aquaduck Flea Market your desired shopping, eating, enjoyment and family destination. They pride themselves on providing customers with high-quality products and personal service. The Aquaduck vendors welcome the visiting busloads of shoppers!

Where: 700 Fountain Ave., Brooklyn
When: Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Tuesday
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Artists & Fleas

Part community gathering spot, part hipster haven, Artists & Fleas has hosted thousands of artists and vendors since opening its doors. It's a place where buyers find unique designs, artists and vintage collectors in an atmosphere that’s in the tradition of old world marketplaces with a firm foot in what is contemporary, original and hip.

Where: 88 Tenth Avenue, Manhattan, and 70 Seventh Street, Brooklyn
When: Sat. and Sun., 10am-7pm
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Chelsea Flea Market

Chelsea Flea Market features up to 135 vendors selling antiques, collectibles, ephemera, decorative arts, vintage clothing, jewelry, and other types of antiques (items more than 100 years old), vintage items (including Art Deco and Mid-Century Modern items), and other desirable items from the past. $1 admission helps defray costs associated with maintaining and improving the market. This is a year-round market, weather permitting.

Where: West 25th Street between Broadway & 6th Avenue, Manhattan
When: Sat. and Sun., 9am-5pm
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GreenFlea Market is the oldest and largest market in New York City. Find antiques, vintage items, collectibles, crafts, designer clothing, food and more every Sunday. GreenFlea Market is and indoor/outdoor market and open in all weather. The proceeds from the GreenFlea Market benefit four local public schools.

Where: Columbus Avenue between West 76th 77th Streets, Manhattan
When: Sun., 10am-5:30pm
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Hell's Kitchen Flea Market

One of NYC's oldest flea markets, since 1976, Hell's Kitchen Flea has been providing New Yorkers with recycled fashion, collectibles and much more. Just west of Times Square, here you'll find racks of clothing worthy of the Broadway stage, bargain bins of belts and earrings and customizable up-cycled furniture that will probably only fit in an outer borough apartment.>

Where: W. 39th. St. at 9th Ave.
When: Weekends, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
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Hester Street Fair

Located in the heart of the Lower East Side and housed on the historic grounds of New York City's largest pushcart market at the turn of the century, the Hester Street Fair pays homage to those roots by bringing together a collection of NYC's best vendors in a bustling outdoor marketplace. They curate the finest artisanal food, vintage clothing, jewelry, crafts, home goods and much more.

Where: Corner of Hester and Essex, Manhattan
When: Saturday, 11am-6pm
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LIC Flea & Food

Part food festival, part flea market, part beer garden, there's plenty to do in this waterfront market -- and yes, kayaking is an option! At the center of the market are vendors selling artwork, furniture and clothing, while the outskirts feature local food artisans and restaurants vending lunch. Be on the lookout for free samples. A DJ spins near the beer garden, which has all Queens-brewed beers on tap, and you can easily spend a day relaxing on the riverside AstroTurf.

Where: 5-25 46th Ave., Long Island City
When: Weekends, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
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The Market NYC

From designer clothes and jewelry to vintage, art books, lamps, hand-made soap, artifacts, paintings, eyewear and collectibles, The Market pulsates with creativity. On any day, visitors can buy the most original designs and watch artisans at work, from designers sewing garments to silversmiths crafting rings.

Where: 159 Bleecker Street, Manhattan & 218 Bedford Avenue, Williamsburg
When: Wed. to Sun., hours vary by day
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 Smorgasburg Food Marketst

Smorgasburg launched in May 2011 as a spin-off of Brooklyn Flea, the popular flea market founded by Jonathan Butler and Eric Demby in 2008. Every Saturday and Sunday from April through November, Smorgasburg showcases 100+ local and regional food vendors to upwards of 10,000 visitors, making it one of the most popular tourist destinations in Brooklyn

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Brooklyn Bridge Park Smorgasburg

Smorgasburg happens every Sunday in Brooklyn Bridge Park at Pier 5 on the waterfront, featuring packaged and prepared foods, purveyors from New York City and across the region, and other food-related vendors (kitchen utensils, housewares, etc.), for a total of 100 vendors.

Where: Pier 5, 304 Furman Street
When: Sunday, 11am-6pm
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Coney Smorgasburg

Smorgasburg at Coney Island features a dozen Smorgasburg vendors, two bars, and art walls curated by Jeffrey Deitch.

Where: 1320 Bowery Street, Coney Island
When: Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 11am-8pm
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Queens Smorgasburg – Opening July 11

Smorgasburg Queens will feature more than two dozen food vendors spanning the globally diverse cuisine of the borough—"The World's Fare." Chinese bao, Colombian arepas, Ecuadorian tamales, Filipino lumpia, Indonesian grilled fish, Indian chaat, Korean BBQ, Thai Noodles, and a whole lot more, every Saturday in Long Island City.

Where: 43-29 Crescent Street
When: Saturday, 11am-6pm
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Seaport Smorgasburg

Smorgasburg returns to the historic Seaport District for a seasonal operation, Memorial Day Weekend through October,featuring eight food vendors and a bar along Fulton Street. This location is open seven days a week for lunch, dinner and drinks.

Where: 19 Fulton Street, Manhattan
When: Daily, 11am-8pm
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Williamsburg Smorgasburg

Smorgasburg happens every Saturday on the Williamsburg waterfront at East River State Park, featuring packaged and prepared foods, purveyors from New York City and across the region, and other food-related vendors (kitchen utensils, housewares, etc.), for a total of 100 vendors. (Sorry, no dogs due to NY State Park rules.)

Where: East River State Park
When: Saturday, 11am-6pm
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The Best Flea Market Shopping in NYC
Shoppers travel from as near as Brooklyn or Long Island and as far as Europe, South America, and beyond to browse Manhattan's iconic flea markets. City Guide Magazine

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