The 5 best flea markets in Miami

1) Opa Locka Indoor Flea Market

A tradition in the community for more than four decades, this indoor market offers goods and services from more than 200 vendors. Find electronics, shop for shoes, clothing, and jewelry, buy locally grown plants and produce, or get your hair cut. You can even eat your fill of prepared foods at the food trucks. Open daily from 9 am to 6 pm.

random stuff at a flea market

13499 NW 42nd Avenue, Opa-Locka

+1 305 688 0500

2) Redland Market Village

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.

a vegetable stand at the Redland Market Village in Miami

24420 S Dixie Highway, Redland

+1 305 257 4335

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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.

shoe stand at the Tropicana Flea Market Miami

2951 NW 36th Street, Allapattah

+1 305 316 7594

4) Lincoln Road Antique & Collectible Market

For 30 years and counting, various eclectic vendors set up two or three times per month – always on a Sunday – on this well-trod walking mall. If you’re a fan of digging through tables of old silver, costume jewelry, vintage games and toys, and retro outfits, then this recurring outdoor market is for you. See the website for specific dates.

vintage furniture at the Lincoln Road Antique & Collectible Market

800-1120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach

5) The Village Flea Market & Mall

Just east of Hialeah, this flea market-meets-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.

yellow exterior of The Village Flea Market and Mall in Miami

at: Northside Shopping Center, 7900 NW 27th Avenue West, Little River

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