The 5 best flea markets in Miami
1) The Opa Locka Hialeah Flea Market
After more than four decades in business, the Opa Locka Hialeah Flea Market was forced to move when the land was sold. But thanks to help from the city and local organizations, the 500+ vendors received monetary help to move with it. That means for the 15,000 weekly visitors, it’s business as usual – seven days per week from 7 am to 7 pm – just a couple of blocks away from the original location.
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.
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3) Tropicana Flea Market
Tropicana is one of Miami’s longest-running 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) Urbanspace Lincoln Road Holiday Market
One-third flea, one-third pop-up, and one-third holiday market, this New York expansion makes its Miami debut in 2022. From November 15th to February 15th, Monday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., shop one mile of more than 100 glittering kiosks featuring decorative home goods, children's toys and apparel, stationery, books and prints, men's and women's apparel and accessories, jewelry, kitchen and garden items, artisan food products, and more.
5) The Village Flea Market & Mall
Just east of Hialeah, this flea marketmeets- mall has a lot going for it. To begin with: Air conditioning. Next: More than 100 vendors. And third: Like most flea markets, there’s a variety of goods to source, ranging from clothing to jewelry to cosmetics. But you can also get your hair cut at a barbershop or your nails done at a number of salons. Get your shopping done and get a makeover at the same time.
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