Brooklyn Flea
Brooklyn Flea
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Saturday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
About
The Flea has expanded to a new site along the Brooklyn waterfront. Located between North 11th and North 12th Streets just North of East River State Park, the Sunday Flea features the same mix of vintage, antique, handmade, and food vendors as Fort Greene, and located in prime Williamsburg.
Duration: More than 3 hours
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catalin s
Craiova, Romania262 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2021
This is for Sunday market in DUMBO.
We managed somehow to see it. Although due to the Covid is less extended than it used to be, it remains a nice place to spend your Sunday morning looking for bargain, or secondhand goods, or even original products. It’s open only on Sundays.
Like every flea market, you will find clothes, vinyls, old jewelries, old cameras and phones, old whatever is crossing your mind, vintage or antiques. Also you’ll find talented peoples showing their works whether they are clothes or jewelries, or even design objects.
Unlike other flea markets is the setting. DUMBO is quite amazing!
Written August 24, 2021
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Lambretta101
Gourock, UK3,784 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2017 • Couples
Absolutely love Brooklyn. The vibe, the pace, it's just the coolest place to hang out. The Flea Market is just another example of that free spirit feel you get while wandering around Brooklyn. The Brooklyn Flea Market takes place every Sunday afternoon. You can pick up old vinyl, silver jewellery, nick naks and even pieces of furniture. If it's raining, no problem as it takes place under one on the arches of the Manhattan Bridge. Go for a rummage and see what gem you uncover.
Written July 15, 2017
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putri a
Nusa Dua, Indonesia58 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2013 • Friends
From my trip to this place, I got several (hopefully helpful) tips for you:

#1. During winter, Brooklyn flea is held at 1 Hanson Place, which used to be a bank. Keep it mind people! So you will not have to waste your time wandering around the street of Brooklyn trying to figure out why the hell I could not find the market.

#2. This market is only open on weekend (Saturday and Sunday) from 10am to 5pm. Plan your trip right and just enjoy the market! Psst.. do not forget to haggle!

#3. Bring your cash! Some of the vendors (especially food vendors) do not accept card.

#4. I found that the prices here are higher than other flea markets. So if you are planning to shop frugally, then maybe this is not the place for you. Yeah.. it is more of a upscale market than the usual flea markets.

#5. HAVE FUN EXPLORING!

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Written February 27, 2013
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09Raleigh
Raleigh, NC259 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2019 • Couples
Note the Brooklyn Flea is at different locations, Saturday and Sunday. The Saturday location in the patio of a hotel on Kent/Wythe streets. The patio is relatively small for a flea market. The vendors have good crafts and lots of old.new jewelry. But still a small flea market relative to the distance you may need to travel to get there. Access to hotel restrooms is allowed.
Written June 6, 2019
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Tom L
Ottawa, Canada445 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2018 • Couples
We have been going to the Brooklyn Flea for many years. It has changed locations multiple times. It has had modest digs and grand digs (the old bank building was magnificent).

The vendors at the market are quite varied. Original designers of clothing and jewelry, vintage toys and clothes, bric a brac, furniture, food, vinyl, the full gambit. A lot of the dealers have been doing this a long time. They know their stuff.

Our unscientific observation is that prices have been creeping up each year. Something you see and you believe it is worth $50 is now priced at $75. I don't blame the dealers. It is what the market will bear.

And again, I don't want to dump on hipsters and well off tourists from Asia but they seem willing to pay these prices. We have bought a lot at this market over the years. I really like it. But maybe, just maybe their prime years are behind.
Written October 29, 2018
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jgbtravels
Louisville, KY3,733 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2016 • Couples
After visiting all the more touristy spots in NYC it is always a joy to relax in Brooklyn at the Flea. Over the years we have bought several items at the flea. It makes you feel like a resident plus the nearby Brooklyn Park has stunning views of Manhattan. Brooklyn is a world unto itself and a peaceful haven away from the hectic pace of Manhattan. The F train stop is only a few blocks away from the flea market if you are coming from Manhattan.
Written July 8, 2016
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Stan K
London, Canada71 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2013 • Family
We visited on a saturday, this is an average north american flea market, lots of used clothes, jewelry . The food court had a lot of choices but I had concerns of food saftey, there was no visable refrigeration or hand washing facilities for the vendors.
Written February 25, 2013
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25Anniversay
Toronto18 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2012 • Family
First time visiting The Brooklyn Flea and we were not disappointed! Great vintage everything, clothing, jewelry, shoes, records and as it was Christmas lots of vintage decorations. I bought a vintage retro Santa from 1968 for $10. There were also many artisans selling artwork, knits, silver, pottery/ceramics ect. Even if you are not much of a shopper, make the trip just see the beautiful architecture. It is housed ( Oct- May) in the old Williamsburg Savings Bank. Soaring ceilings with towering columns and ornate windows. In the old bank vaults in the basement is an awesome 'foodie' court. You enter through 2 ft wide iron doors ( where they used to keep the cash!) and then select whatever your stomach desires! We timed our visit for lunch and our a family of 5 tried the following, Mac 'n' Cheese with Lobster, heaven! Slow cooked brisket piled up on a bun. Pulled pork sliders with pickled slaw. Ridiculous Chocolate milk shake that had 65% cacao, a great fix for choccy lovers! Check out the doughnut lady, we tried a blood orange doughnut drizzled with raspberry syrup. Lots of organic and take home preserves ect. The subway stop is right outside and the market is a block away from the new Barclays Centre, worth a look also for its design! If you really want vintage then also check out Bedford Street in Willamsburg for a good selection of shops with good prices. Went there on a previous visit and found some great buys, ate at 'Juliet's' just off Bedford, great little French restaurant, had mussels and frites, yum! Love Brooklyn!
Written January 2, 2013
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Jayde1
27 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2015 • Family
We were here over Christmas/New Years. There were some interesting objects to purchase, but a little overpriced. We enjoyed a drink and food upstairs, although that was a little overpriced. Worth a visit once, just for the experience as there are some interesting characters.
Written June 4, 2015
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Mark L
Washington DC, DC52 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2014 • Couples
about 150 booths, all of which have STUFF, that you cannot resist...also, some food vendors, in particular, ice cream...if you like flea markets this is one of the best
Written July 23, 2014
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