Best Flea Markets in America

The best spots to scour across the US.

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Brooklyn Flea

Brooklyn, NY

Since opening in 2008, this hipster-laden flea market has expanded from one lot in Brooklyn's Fort Greene neighborhood to spots in Williamsburg and DUMBO, too. Besides the smorgasborg of great vintage clothing, the Brooklyn Flea boasts a truly amazing selection of furniture—from one of-a-kind made-to-order pieces, to antique finds. Bonus: it also has some of the best eats in the city! (We love the Connecticut style lobster rolls from Red Hook Lobster Pound!)

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Golden Nugget Antique Market

Overlooking the Delaware river in New Jersey, this sprawling market is a treasure trove of antiques, collectibles, art and more. Open Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesdays year-round, this flea attracts both locals and weekenders looking to escape the city.

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Melrose Trading Post

Los Angeles, California

This flea has a well-edited selection of vintage clothing and quirky antique treasures. Come for the shopping but stay for the live music and yummy food vendors.
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Alameda Point Antiques and Collectibles Faire

Alameda, California

Held on the first Sunday of every month, this market has a vast collection of vintage furniture and rare collectibles, like antique phones, typewriters and quirky knick-knacks.

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