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The 11 Best Flea Markets In New York City

Chelsea Antiques Garage Where it is: 112 West Street, Manhattan When it is: Sat., What you’ll find: Hundreds of vendors sell their wares on two floors of an indoor parking garage. It may seem a bit sketchy at first when you enter the

The United States is filled with amazing flea markets that you should visit to find amazing antique and vintage furniture, decor, clothing, and other treasures. Some of our favorite flea markets include ones in New York, Illinois, and Florida.

9 Flea Markets You Must Visit Before You Die

Put on your walking shoes and stop in at America's premier marketplaces -- you'll find country primitives, midcentury modern furniture, vintage fashions, upcycled treasures, and more. Here are a few insider tips for wending your way through each market.

Off the Beaten Path: 10 Unusual Things to Do in New York · nomadbiba

Off the Beaten Path: 10 Unusual Things to Do in New York

Off the Beaten Path: 10 Unusual Things to Do in New York · nomadbiba (le train bleu is completely closed now :/)

Hell's Kitchen Flea Market, NY.Located on West 39th Street between 9th & 10th Avenues and open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday all year long (weather pending), the market’s Hell’s Kitchen South location is near the Port Authority Bus Terminal and Times Square.

Located on West Street between & Avenues and open 9 p. every Saturday and Sunday all year long (weather pending), the market’s Hell’s Kitchen South location is near the Port Authority Bus Terminal and Times Square

The 11 Best Flea Markets In New York City

The 11 Best Flea Markets In New York City

Spend your weekend indulging in gourmet eats, antiques and craft goods at New York's most happening flea markets

The best flea markets in NYC

The United States is filled with amazing flea markets that you should visit to find amazing antique and vintage furniture, decor, clothing, and other treasures. Some of our favorite flea markets include ones in New York, Illinois, and Florida.

9 Flea Markets You Must Visit Before You Die

The United States is filled with amazing flea markets that you should visit to find amazing antique and vintage furniture, decor, clothing, and other treasures. Some of our favorite flea markets include ones in New York, Illinois, and Florida.

Williamsburg Flea Market - East River State Park, N 7th & Kent Avenue Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Williamsburg Flea Market - East River State Park, N & Kent Avenue Williamsburg, Brooklyn Más

Brooklyn Flea New York  -- this is a must do!

This is a really interesting market in Brooklyn, NY. It is inside an old bank and it is worth a visit for both the bargains and the architecture itself. Williamsburg borough is not far and a lovely place for a spot of brunch outside the main tourist areas

This delightfully quirky flea market in Upstate New York has city slickers heading for the hills! #SweetPaul

The Phoenicia Flea: The Great Escape

This delightfully quirky flea market in Upstate New York has city slickers heading for the hills!

Brooklyn Flea Market, New York, New York

Brooklyn Flea Market is usually a hit. You can browse among hundreds of vintage clothes, antique and refurbished furniture. Collectibles and antiques mixed in a glorious nice touch.

HEAVEN. HEAVEN ON EARTH. HEAVEN.    The Brooklyn Flea Market, located in the Williamsburgh Savings Bank Building at One Hanson Place, the tallest building in Fort Greene, in the borough of Brooklyn, New York. by jackie weisberg, via Flickr

Williamsburg’s beloved Brooklyn Flea and Smorgasburg are packing up and moving to Crown Heights for the winter. From November 8 through som

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