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Mapped: NYC’s Most Popular Outdoor Flea Markets

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Every summer, New York City's outdoor flea markets reopen for the season with endless racks and tables of merchandise just waiting to be sifted through. The six markets below are some of the most popular; keep scrolling for where to shop in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens, mapped from north to south.

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Malcolm Shabazz Market

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This Harlem market is full of vendors from Senegal, Nigeria, Kenya, and Ghana selling African textiles, traditional clothing, home goods, and jewelry.

Hell's Kitchen Flea Market

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Show up ready to scour the antiques, furniture, collectibles, and vintage clothing.

Chelsea Flea Market

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The original home to Annex Antiques Fair &; Flea Market, the Chelsea Flea features up to 135 vendors selling art, vintage clothing, and jewelry.

Hester Street Fair

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This Lower East Side street fair offers good vibes, food, music, gifts, and even workshops. Highlights include merch from the home goods store Coming Soon, clothing by Cmy Look, and The Series.

Brooklyn Flea

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Every Saturday, shop over 150 vendors selling antiques, furniture, plants, jewelry, frames, and even figurines.
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Queen’s Night Market

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You can shop Queen's largest open-air market all night, starting at 6pm. The bazaar is open until midnight,where you can shop organic beauty products, graphic t-shirts, silk scarves, and jewelry.

Malcolm Shabazz Market

This Harlem market is full of vendors from Senegal, Nigeria, Kenya, and Ghana selling African textiles, traditional clothing, home goods, and jewelry.

Hell's Kitchen Flea Market

Show up ready to scour the antiques, furniture, collectibles, and vintage clothing.

Chelsea Flea Market

The original home to Annex Antiques Fair &; Flea Market, the Chelsea Flea features up to 135 vendors selling art, vintage clothing, and jewelry.

Hester Street Fair

This Lower East Side street fair offers good vibes, food, music, gifts, and even workshops. Highlights include merch from the home goods store Coming Soon, clothing by Cmy Look, and The Series.

Brooklyn Flea

Photo: Brooklyn Flea
Every Saturday, shop over 150 vendors selling antiques, furniture, plants, jewelry, frames, and even figurines.
Photo: Brooklyn Flea

Queen’s Night Market

You can shop Queen's largest open-air market all night, starting at 6pm. The bazaar is open until midnight,where you can shop organic beauty products, graphic t-shirts, silk scarves, and jewelry.