Flea Markets

Flea Markets (Printable version)

Flea Market Fair — 718-583-5894

Address: City of Light Christian Center - 105 Rockwood Street
Operates: Yearly
Hours open to the public: 10:00am - 5:00pm
What merchandise is sold? Antiques, books, kitchen items, clothing for men, women, children, toys, and more.

NYCHA Sheepshead Tenants Association FLEA MARKET — 718-368-2427

Address: 3679 Nostrand Ave(Corner Nostrand Ave & Ave X)
Operates: 1st & or 2nd Saturday of each month
Directions: Knapp Street towards Ave X make a left until Nostrand Ave

86th Street Flea Market — (718)907-3478

Address: 86th Street between 13th & 14th Avenues
Operates: every 3rd Saturday of each month
Hours open to the public: 10 am - 5 pm
Is there a parking fee? no
Description: Located on the very busy 86th Street in Brooklyn

18th ave. Flea market — (718)621-1001

Address: 8645 18th ave.
Operates: Daily
Hours open to the public: 10 AM - 8 PM
Is there a parking fee? Municipal Parking
Directions: From Belt Pkwy. Get off at Bay Pkwy. exit. Bare right, now you’re on Bay Pkwy. Go to Bath ave. (2nd light) make a left. Stay on Bath ave. until 18th ave. make a right on 18th ave. Go 1&1/2 blocks it will be on right hand side 8645 18th ave. Municipal Parking on 86th. st. (stay on 18th ave. & make left on 86th st. Municipal Parking lot on right.
Description: Public Transportation Directions; Buses B1,B8,B64 to 18th ave stops. Trains W&M lines to 18th ave station. 18th ave Flea Market is Indoors, heated & air conditioned all year round, security restrooms

Flatlands Flea Market — 718-345-0003

Name: 3 Angels Market
Address: Corner of Williams ave and Flatlands Ave
Operates: Week ends
Hours open to the public: 8:00 till 6:00
Is there a parking fee? no
Directions: Pennsylvania Ave exit off Belt Parkway , Make left on flatlands Ave to corner of Williams Ave
Description: This Market is for folks who Love People and shopping. The prices are the lowest anywhere.

Avenue Z Sidewalk Sale — 718-373-4799 or 718-907-3478

Address: Avenue Z & Coney Island Avenue
Operates: Weekly
Hours open to the public: 9am- 7pm
Is there a parking fee? No
Directions: Coney Island Avenue And Avenue Z Brooklyn
Description: Outdoor Flea Market, Busy Area, Well Advertised.

Magic Garden — 917-709-3949

Address: north 7th bet. Bedford & Driggs
Operates: Saturdays and Sundays
Hours open to the public: 12pm -7pm
Is there a parking fee? no
Directions: Subway: L Train to Bedford
Description: Magic Garden is an outdoor market in the hart of Williamsburg, growing with unique Vendors -music- Art- live performance and Free Ping Pong Come Celebrate Summer Vibes

PS 321 — 917-371-0005

180 7th Avenue btw. 1st and 2nd St. Brooklyn
Saturday and Sunday, 9am-5pm
Furniture, clothing, misc stuff

Mulberry Street Marketplace — (718)907-3478

Address: Mulberry Street between Grand Street and Broome Street
Operates: Every weekend
Hours open to the public: noon - 11 pm
Is there a parking fee? no
Description: All new Flea Market in the heart of New York’s Little Italy

St. Patrick's Old Cathedral Outdoor Market — 917-751-8974

Address: Prince St btwn Mott & Mulberry St
Operates: Weekly - Every Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Hours open to the public: 10 AM to 6PM
Directions: We are in the trendy section of Nolita bordered by SOHO & Little Italy.
Description: Our merchandise is unique in that some of it is created by up and coming designers. Much of the merchandise is in stores in SOHO and Major Department Stores. We are open from April to December

Greenflea, Inc. — 212-721-0900

Address: Greenwich Ave. between W. 10 & 11 St.
Operates: Only Saturdays
Hours open to the public: 10 to 5:30
No parking available in yard
Directions: From West Side Highway, exit at 16th St. Proceed on W. 16 to 7th Ave. Turn right on 7th Ave. and continue to W. 10th St. Turn left onto W. 10th, go one block, and turn left onto Greenwich Ave. Market is in the middle of the block.
Description: Re-opening of a famous Village market. Great for home furnishings, crafts, and fashions. Unique and one-of-a-kind merchandise.

Pompeii Flea Market — 212-633-9868

Address: Bleecker St between Carmine and Leroy
Operates: weekly, Saturday and Sunday, April to December
Hours open to the public: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Directions: in the heart of Greenwich Village, Manhattan

Hell's Kitchen Flea Market — 212-242-1217

Address: W.39 st btw 9th & 10th ave
Operates: weekly
Hours open to the public: 10-6 pm
Directions: all subways arriving to port authority.A,C,E.1,2,3,9, to 34 st or 42nd
Description: Antiques &collectibles, fashion finds, Arts & crafts, fresh produce, flowers, etc...

Annex Antique Fair & Flea Market — (212) 243-5343

6th Avenue from 24th to 27th St,
Saturday and Sunday, Sunrise to Sunset
Furniture, Decorations, Jewelry, Clothing, Silver, and Works of Art.
$1.00 admission fee

The Garage — (212) 647-0707

112 West 25th Street, btw. 6th and 7th Ave,
Saturday and Sunday, 7am-5pm
Indoor antiques market

SOHO Antiques Fair — (212) 682-2000

Grand Street and Broadway,
Saturday and Sunday, 9am-5pm
Antiques and crafts, leather jackets and lots of random stuff.


Columbus Ave. btw. 76th & 77th Streets
Sunday, 10am-6pm
A huge market with indoor and outdoor vendors selling wonderful imports and handmade crafts as well as antiques and books. It's called "Greenflea" because there are farmers selling fresh produce as well as flea market vendors.

Noho Market

Broadway and West 4th St.
Open seven days a week.
This market next to Tower Records has lots of clothing and jewelry, along with tapes, sunglasses, bongs, etc.

Queens Village

Address: 220-06 JAMAICA AVE
Operates: WEEKLY
Hours open to the public: 9-5
Is there a parking fee? NO

Antique & Flea Market

136 St. & 38th Avenue. Hours Saturday 10am-10pm, Sunday 10am-7pm. Ample parking. Approximately 50 dealers. Good selection of antiques, furniture, collectibles, jewelry, vintage clothing, art, prints, books. Snack bar, restrooms, h/a.

Aqueduct Racetrack Flea Market — (718) 738-9571

111th St. & Rockaway Boulevard, South Ozone Park.
Tuesdays, Saturdays, Sundays: 9am-5pm
This is largest outdoor Flea Market on the East Coast
Ample paved parking. Approximately 2,000+ dealers. One of the area's major markets. Really lots of great "stuff" for bargain hunters. Excellent market for commercial vendors. Lots of professional high quality dealer set-ups here. Market is open during the Christmas season. If you're looking for great prices on new merchandise for your own use, this is the place to shop.

St. Nicholas of Tolentine Outdoor Flea Market — (718) 969-3226 or 591-1815

St. Nicholas of Tolentine Church. 150-75 Goethals Ave. Seasonal market open from March through November. Free adm. Indoor market with approx 75 dealers.

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