Lincoln Road Antique

The Lincoln Road Antique & Collectable Market is one of the lesser known flea markets found in Florida, United States. Every other Sunday, people from the locality and nearby places go to Lincoln Road to scour the stalls offering various items to sell ranging from antiques to old magazines and other genuine items.

This flea market is popular among its patrons because the place is not only filled with stalls selling different items from antiques to souvenirs but it is also lined with restaurants and food stalls that offer the best dishes around the area. Some malls are also nearby where people can go to after exploring the flea market. From time to time, free shows are held along some of the block on Lincoln Road.

Lincoln Road flea market is most popular as an antique flea market because of the memorabilia and collectibles from the 1900s-1960s that the sellers put up for sale. In addition to the products it offers, the place is blessed constantly with beautiful weather and accentuate by the palm trees surrounding it.

For more information, people can use the following details:

Location: Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach, Florida 33139

Operating hours: Sunday (8:00 am – 6:00 pm)

Contact number: +1 305-673-4991

Official website:

Big Pine Key Flea Market

The Big Pine Key Flea Market is open every Saturday and Sunday during winter season from October to May. The good news is that hurricane Irma didn’t totally destroy the market and it certainly didn’t destroy the spirit of Big Pine Key. The market launched in 1983 and has been a stable at the same location since that time. They pride themselves with having the freshest produce in the area and tons of great tourist knick knack for visitors AKA tourists. They also have a ton of fishing supplies and locally made crafts. Not only are there tons of great bargains but also some of the best food on the keys. And it’s less than 30 miles from Key West.

Some featured vendors:
Steve’s Tee Shirts
Cheryl’s in paradise
Splash Soap Company
Nature’s Treasures
Bali Mark
Cooler Guy
Cody’s Discount
Hareen’s Suncare and Hats

Renningers Mount Dora Flea Market

The Renningers Mount Dora Flea Market and Antique Center opens every weekend in Lake Country, Florida. The market offers a unique vintage items and a number of sellers also offer other items like furniture, leather goods, jewelry, herbs and spices and seafood. In addition, special events like Antique Extravaganza during November, January and February, the Mud Fest Family Mud Truck Race, Guitars and Cars music fest and car show, the Vintage Garden Show, the Fall in the Field Décor Show and The Christmas Show add to the attractions of the flea market in Renninger.

To spread information regarding the products sold in the market and other special events, the official website of Renningers Mount Dora Flea Market and Antique Center also issues a news guide and blog articles published monthly. The articles issued focus on the various categories like food, antiques, home decors, vintage fashion and antique care products.

For those who are interested to be a part of the flea market, they can use the information provided below.

Location: 20651 U.S. 441, Mt. Dora, FL 32757

Flea market hours: Saturdays (9:00 am – 5:00 pm)/ Sundays (9:00 am – 5:00 pm)

Contact number: +1 352-383-8393

Official website:

Brooklyn Flea

Brooklyn Flea is one New York’s finest attractions especially for those who like to hunt hard-to-find, rare and cheap items. The flea market was established on 2008, providing a place for various vendors to sell various products from furniture, vintage clothing, collector’s items and antiques, as well as hand crafted jewelries and art pieces. As people flock Brooklyn Flea every weekend, they are also offered with a variety of foods and dished sold in the area. It has also been mentioned by various magazines like The New York Times, Travel + Leisure, Country Living, Budget Travel and Fodor’s as one of the best flea markets in the United States and the world.

From April to October, vendors sell their products outdoors. Aside from the retail shops, there is also Smorgasburg, a market that solely sell food products during Saturdays in Williamsburg and Sundays at Prospect Park’s Breeze Hill. Smorgasburg caters the best of Brooklyn’s dishes and delicacies served by the entrepreneurs in table settings set on the streets. From November through March, the sellers bring their goods indoors while every summer, some Brooklyn Flea and Smorgasburg food vendors go to the Central Park Summer Stage concert series to sell their products.

For more information, check out the details below.

Location: 176 Lafayette Ave., New York, NY 11238, Etats-Unis

Operating Hours:

Fort Green Flea: Saturdays (10:00 am – 5:00 pm)

Brooklyn Bridge Flea: Sundays (11:00 am – 6:00 pm)

Contact number: +1 718-928-6603

Official website: