Flea Markets Guide Los Angeles
In Los Angeles, there are flea markets and there are swap meets. Flea markets are open air markets that are held temporarily for the day or the weekend in open lots where you find new and lots of second hand and vintage items. (Swap meets are indoor markets where many vendors are selling mostly new, cheap items, and the meets do not relocate as flea markets do.)
Also check out the local papers or street signs for garage and yard sales. This is a town where you may find gems in the rough from someone’s garage junk.
Hidden Los Angeles maintains a schedule with up-to-date information on flea markets and swap meets. Visit http://hiddenlosangeles.com/resource-swap-meet-calendar.
Melrose Trading Post
Held every Sunday and arguably the best, as well as a celebrity favorite. Two hundred vendors sell anything from hip junk to designer bargains.
Hours: 9.00am – 5.00pm
544 N Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90036-1771