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26th Street Flea Market

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Address: 6th Ave, 6th Avenue & Broadway, New York City, NY 10011
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Sat - Sun 09:00 - 18:00

Chelsea Flea Market evokes the original Annex Antiques Fair & Flea...

Chelsea Flea Market evokes the original Annex Antiques Fair & Flea Market, its forebear begun nearby on Sixth Avenue almost 40 years ago!

In the shadow of the Cathedral of St. Sava on West 25th Street. veteran dealers and shoppers sell, shop, and socialize alongside a new crop of vendors and a new generation of buyers from here and abroad.

Chelsea Flea Market features up to 135 vendors selling antiques, collectibles, ephemera, decorative arts, vintage clothing, jewelry, and other types of antiques (items more than 100 years old), vintage items (including Art Deco and Mid-Century Modern items), and other desirable items from the past.

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A feast for the eyes and fun variety

I took a taxi to the market and it took a little time to locate the myriad shops and stands. For me, the best places were in a parking garage. I did not have a lot of time, but... read more

Reviewed 16 November 2011
New Albany, Ohio
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Reviewed 29 June 2016

Been to a lot of markets and always find something. This market is just a pile of trash and not worth wasting your time.

Thank David O
Staten Island, New York
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Reviewed 9 June 2016

The Vendors were very nice... There were many bargains.. and friendly faces. Enjoyed walking and browsing.

Thank Krystal915
New York
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Reviewed 2 May 2015

Very limited selection of goods - mainly costume jewelry, clothing, used leather goods and books. Very few vintage items. Beware of fakes and dealers not knowing their merchandise, If it is too good to be true.... NY Antique Showplace Antiques is across the street but many vendors are not their on Saturdays.

2 Thank Rosslyn H
NYCFleaMarkets, Manager at 26th Street Flea Market, responded to this review

Rosslyn, thank you for your feedback. We're sorry to hear that you did not have a pleasant experience at the market. More 

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Reviewed 6 October 2014 via mobile

Very interesting place where you can find rare at a good price. Also a lot of fashion people there,in whom you can find inspiration. I recommend this place.

Thank Marusya K
Oliver, Canada
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Reviewed 2 September 2014

Every Saturday blocks of vendors and lower prices on almost everything. A must do. The original is still in Hells Kitchen area (original kitchen} Mostly used and local artists..neat jewellery

2 Thank Lynn M
London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 24 May 2014

We walked down from park Avenue with high hopes, but there's very little here. Only plus was the Mrs found a good second hand clothes shop Buffalo and I found a nice pub The Flatiron Hall

2 Thank Rorhorne1
Boston, Massachusetts
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Reviewed 13 April 2014

A real flea market filled with dealers selling antiques, vintage and second hand. I always find something to buy! Quality and prices vary from dealers to dealer. Don't visit if you looking for tomatoes or tee shirts but if taste runs to a sterling vase, vintage Fortuny fabric, jewelry findings from the 40's or a great pair of wall sconces,... More 

4 Thank ZouZouMeader
New York City, New York
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Reviewed 25 June 2013

if you're in to costume jewelry and being ignored and talked--down to by rude vendors trying desperately to eke out a living, this place is for you. much smaller than i thought it would be. big disappointment. don't waste your time. no bargains.

4 Thank la l
New Albany, Ohio
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Reviewed 16 November 2011

I took a taxi to the market and it took a little time to locate the myriad shops and stands. For me, the best places were in a parking garage. I did not have a lot of time, but was nevertheless able to find some vintage jewelry and modern home accessories to take home, There was pretty much everything one... More 

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