People walk past New York City flea markets and think it’s all just a bunch of junk. Think again, sistah. These NYC flea markets sell some of the most unique, artistic, vintage, collectible items in the big apple. It’s the perfect place to spend your weekend… friendly vendors, gourmet food, and aisles of precious and exotic knick-knacks. You may just walk away with the rarest find in the city.

Brooklyn Flea

brooklyn flea market

williamsburg flea

Where is it: Fort Greene Flea 176 Lafayette Ave. (btw. Clermont + Vanderbilt Ave.)

Williamsburg Flea 50 Kent Ave. (btw. N. 11+12 St.)

When is it: Sat. and Sun., 10am-5pm

What you’ll find: During the summer flea market is held outside (they move their location to the former Williamsburg Savings Bank at One Hanson Place during the winter.) Brooklyn Flea features hundreds of vendors every weekend selling one-of-a-kind antiques and repurposed furniture, vintage clothing, collectibles, and handmade jewelry, art, bicycles, records and crafts by local artisans and designers. They also sell freshly made food. (Yum.). Some Vendors we love include: Unbreakable Records, ConRags and Species by the Thousand.

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