Small fun and pleasurable flea market under a roof. Many different types of merchants selling their Wares we had a fun time probably take just about an hour to complete. Good place to buy souvenirs.
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Plently to see, do, shop, eat, sit and enjoy! Many choices of foods to eat and gifts to buy, I bought from a shop of Africans. It's a must see market go and have fun
Where we’re from, they have a market almost exactly like this, so we weren’t overly in awe of this. However, this is the perfect spot for New Orleans trinkets, local food and live music. There’s a LOT of walking depending on where you park, so...More
This historic Market is similar to a huge indoor / outdoor flea market with vendors selling both novelty items and food. Most are selling very similar souvenir items, but there are some that are unique and intriguing. We stopped and had a phenomenal crab cake...More
Had a good time here. If you are into shopping - this is a must. Found items not sold in the regular souvenier stores. Also you can grab a quick bite or snack. Roasted corn was outstanding.
Row after rows of stalls selling stereotypical New Orleans items made in China. Fight your way through the overweight tourists to get a look! Listen while a stallholder berates and pushes you to buy something no-one possibly wants. As others have said, the flea market...More
Flea Market. Row after Row. Same stuff every few feet. Don’t waste your time you can do better elsewhere. Open air market. Plenty of homeless people around telling you they know where you got your shoes at ..Geez... Only reason I give it an average...More
We didn’t even realize this was here when we stumbled across it while walking. The market had row after row of vendors selling souvenirs along with other crafts and local items. It was a great find and we were able to buy some inexpensive souvenirs...More
Open air market with crafts and art, food and trinkets. Everything New Orleans can be found here. Make time to wander around and take your time, you never know whet gems you might find.
There must be several hundred vendors here. It was very enjoyable to walk around and find unique gifts and souvenirs. Prices seem to be negotiable, so haggling is normal. It's an open air market.