The 5 best flea markets in Miami
1) The Opa Locka Hialeah Flea Market
This market offers legit stats: Open for more than 40 years, seven days per week. It covers more than 55 acres. You can visit more than 500 stores. And when you do, you’ll be joining 15.000+ visitors weekly. No medals if you see it all at once, but it will be impressive nevertheless.
2) Redland Village Market
Since 1987, this sprawling market – which includes a generous farmers’ market – has been enticing visitors to the Redland and Homestead farming regions. In fact, it started with vegetables, and has since expanded over 27 acres to include all sorts of goods, including antiques, leather (especially cowboy boots), tools, toys, and jewelry. Thursday-Sunday.
3) Tropicana Flea Market
Tropicana is one of Miami’s longes-trunning fleas. It’s also one of the largest, with 200 vendors selling everything from pet products to auto materials, A food court, farmers’ market, and plenty of shoes, clothing and jewelry merchants are enough to keep you occupied for hours – if not all day. Friday-Sunday.
4) Thrifter Market
Located at The Wynwood Marketplace, this arts-and-crafts flea featuring local makers suits the neighborhood. You never know who will be selling what, but vintage or handmade clothing, art, jewelry, and homemade foodstuffs are a good rule of thumb. The Deck cocktail bar, food trucks and live music add to the festivities. Thursday-Sunday.
5) Art Deco Artisan Market
Operated by Metroflea Miami and lined up under orderly tents, this beachside flea offers artisanal and upcycled jewelry and clothing, crafts, foodstuffs, and more. It’s a great pit stop to or on the way back from the beach when you’re already carrying a tote for your purchases, and don’t need extra bags.
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