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The Flea Market Way

Sep 15th, 2009 | Categories: Housekeeping | by Michael Williams

Behold the list / map / guide to flea markets across the U.S., plus a few international editions. This list is by no means complete, so if you see something that is missing feel free to suggest in the comments. Happy flea market hunting.

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Comments: 32

32 Comments to “The Flea Market Way”

  1. Kyle
    on Sep 15th, 2009
    @ 4:34 PM

    Laney Flea Market in Oakland, is one of my all time faves.

  2. Kyle
    on Sep 15th, 2009
    @ 4:36 PM

    PS, Thanks for the list!!

  3. brandon sargent
    on Sep 15th, 2009
    @ 4:45 PM

    Phila Flea Market…various locations around the city.

  4. brandon sargent
    on Sep 15th, 2009
    @ 4:46 PM

    Oh– and Welfleet, MA at the drive-in theatre.

  5. Walker
    on Sep 15th, 2009
    @ 4:51 PM

    The Georgetown Flea
    35th St @ T St NW
    Washington DC

  6. R4
    on Sep 15th, 2009
    @ 5:34 PM

    second best flea in LA, after rose bowl in the PCC i think

    on Sep 15th, 2009
    @ 5:44 PM

    Speaking of fleas….when is the pop-up/man flea coming to LA?

  8. Michael Williams
    on Sep 15th, 2009
    @ 5:47 PM

    We’re trying to set a date, probably in the spring. NYC Pop-Up Flea II is set for November 6-8. —ACL

  9. Brian
    on Sep 15th, 2009
    @ 6:22 PM

    Eastern Market is located inside the District at Pennsylvania ave. & 7th St. SE. Definitely go on a weekend, eat at the market lunch, buy some fresh seafood for later and pick up some vintage goods.

  10. tons of land
    on Sep 15th, 2009
    @ 6:25 PM

    the big chicken barn, ellsworth, maine. . you could spend a day in there. also, this one is pretty timeless as well:

    Montsweag Flea Market
    Route 1
    Woolwich, ME
    (207) 443-2809
    Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, seasonal

  11. Gus walbolt
    on Sep 15th, 2009
    @ 8:07 PM

    The Alameda Flea Market in Alameda, CA the first Sunday of every month. Everything must be 30+ years old and older.

  12. In the 805
    on Sep 15th, 2009
    @ 9:47 PM

    Nipomo swap meet in the central coast of California:

  13. Duane
    on Sep 16th, 2009
    @ 12:16 AM

    The Tesuque Pueblo Flea Market near Santa Fe is always worth a visit.

  14. david
    on Sep 16th, 2009
    @ 5:23 AM

    don’t forget the 4 big ones in paris:

  15. anthony
    on Sep 16th, 2009
    @ 10:29 AM

    Woodbury Antiques and Flea Market
    Woodbury, CT

    beautiful town and a beautiful ride up north from the city…especially during the fall season when the leaves change. highly recommended.,+ct+flea+market&fb=1&split=1&gl=us&view=text&latlng=8481388337063750683

  16. Eric
    on Sep 16th, 2009
    @ 12:00 PM

    St. Lawrence Market in Toronto is great for local food but if you’re looking for anything else try Kensington Market.

  17. Jack
    on Sep 16th, 2009
    @ 2:15 PM

    come to the New Mexican flea market in Albuquerque if you like this sort of thing

    more where that came from, :)

  18. Flea Market
    on Sep 16th, 2009
    @ 2:40 PM has a comprehensive flea market directory of almost all the fleas around the country.

  19. J
    on Sep 16th, 2009
    @ 4:33 PM

    Buckhorn flea market in NC… god knows what you can find there… other than a lot of necks and hispanics

  20. harry
    on Sep 16th, 2009
    @ 9:41 PM

    FYI The Eastern Market is not in Arlington,Va it is on Capitol Hill in DC

  21. Marc
    on Sep 17th, 2009
    @ 8:30 AM

    Mother Red Cap’s is no more in Dublin, Ireland :(

    However Aisling has been doing a great job of reviving the Flea Market vibe there with her monthly events in the old co-op market hall.

    Find out more at:

  22. Flea Market
    on Sep 17th, 2009
    @ 10:26 AM


    This is only flea markets in the united states not Dublin, Ireland.

  23. Michael Williams
    on Sep 17th, 2009
    @ 10:28 AM

    Flea Market — before you start talking smack, take the foot out of your mouth and then zoom out. —ACL

  24. Michael Williams
    on Sep 17th, 2009
    @ 2:29 PM

    Thanks for all of the suggestions, the map has been updated.


  25. Scooter
    on Sep 17th, 2009
    @ 9:44 PM

    What was the criteria in picking the fleas on your map? Any way to somehow rate them, or at least the ones that you have attended?

  26. Rebecca
    on Sep 17th, 2009
    @ 10:51 PM

    The Golden Nugget in Lambertville, NJ:

  27. Brit
    on Sep 18th, 2009
    @ 5:05 PM

    Hey, check out this new travel site about street markets

  28. Draplin Design Co.
    on Sep 20th, 2009
    @ 9:22 PM

    Hell yes. See you out there, hunters!

  29. Sarah
    on Oct 3rd, 2009
    @ 2:36 PM

    man… i’m kind of hesitant to share my gems!

  30. manshion
    on Oct 8th, 2009
    @ 5:21 PM

    my first job was at the englishtown auction in NJ. used to walk there every saturday and sunday morning to sell hotdogs for $6/hr. oh, to be 13 again.

  31. Don
    on Oct 29th, 2009
    @ 1:28 PM


    My name is Don and I am the General Manager of the Tesuque Pueblo Flea Market. First off I did want to say thank you for mentioning the market on your webpage.

    With you permission, I did want to provide updated information:

    Open from March thru December

    Free parking and free admission

    Hours: Fri, Sat and Sun 8A.M. to 4 P.M.

    Contact #’s (505) 670-2599 or (505) 231-8536

    Fax # (505) 982-2331

    Web Address:

    Once again thank you,


  32. Angie Ansanelli
    on Oct 29th, 2009
    @ 7:27 PM

    Check out the “NEW” Flea Market that will be opening in Central San Rafael in Marin County, California Spring of 2010.

    Sign up on the website to be notified

    Or feel free to call 415.898.0245