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Long Beach Antique Market

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Long Beach Antique Market

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4901 E Conant Street, Long Beach, CA 90808
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AZMesaFamily wrote a review Jun 2019
Mesa, Az154 contributions164 helpful votes
This is a huge place with lots of great items from succulents, antiques, Indian jewelry, homemade items. We spent about 4.5 hours to walk the whole thing and that included walking a couple of the isle twice because some vendors hadn’t arrived when we first started. According to Fitbit, we walked approx 6 miles. I would definitely come to this market again. Cost - entry fee: $12.00 5:30a - 6:30a $7.00 6:30a - close (I think it closes at 3;00p Note: I would not pay the extra fee. We arrived at 6:30 and 1/3 of the vendors hadn’t arrived yet, another 1/3 were still setting up and most didn’t want to be bothered so save your money and go in at 6:30. Things to know - - bathrooms are located under the football seating stands. - the isles are narrow so you can shop both sides. - It gets crowded around 10:00 - Not many food vendors so bring your own snacks and plenty of water. - Parking is free and close - Not as big as the Rose Bowl flea market but I liked it better because the vendors seemed to be more relaxed, easier access, cheaper entry fees, and free parking. Have fun and enjoy the day!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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ohzonejoe wrote a review Apr 2019
Durango, Colorado134 contributions103 helpful votes
We come about twice or three times a year and are never disappointed. Always something new and interesting to view. Don't be shy about haggling! You never know unless you ask.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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mariaaba wrote a review Nov 2018
Kenwood, California357 contributions84 helpful votes
Everything is here at this market. Great vintage clothing, Native American jewelry, furnishings, textiles, small trinkets, junk..and more! It will take at least 3hrs to view, bring water..the small snack bar is limited, cash only but they serve Beer! Great people watching too! Some of the vintage is expensive, but one of a kind. Only ONCE a month!
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Date of experience: November 2018
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DavidBuckleyGM wrote a review Nov 2017
Galway, Ireland28 contributions45 helpful votes
Great mix of stalls. We loved the band, great touch. The outstanding stall for us though was the popcorn. I forget the name of the couple running the stall but they have been at the market for 20 odd years. I would go back to California just for there popcorn.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Starviagera wrote a review Oct 2017
The Villages, Florida1,614 contributions874 helpful votes
Nice place to visit if you are into junk. Lots of dealers. Mostly vintage and smalls. Entrance 6 dollars. You can get a discount coupon in the internet
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Date of experience: October 2017
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