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New York City has some interesting permanent flea markets which are well worth a visit if you enjoy rummaging through 'stuff' to find a bargain. The Hell's Kitchen Flea Market (http://www.hellskitchenfleamarket.com/fleamarket/index.php) is the largest urban permanent flea market in New York City which is held every weekend on 39th Street between 9th and 10th avenues. The Hell's Kitchen Flea market features an interesting mix of nearly 170 vendors who come from all over the tri-state area and include antiques sellers, vintage-house wares hawkers, local-produce stands, and street-food vendors. Tourists, designers, artists, celebrities and locals have been flocking to the Hell's Kitchen flea since 1976 to shop for mid-century/retro antiques, vintage clothing and home decorations, jewelry, furniture and much more.

An associated attraction is the Antiques Garage which is an indoor antiques market over two floors on weekends from 6.30 am to 5pm on 112, West 25th Street between 6th and 7th avenues. This antiques market can be reached via the Hell's Kitchen Flea Market…

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