Where to Shop: Flea Markets in Miami

By Kara Franker | Aug 2, 2017
Redland Market Village Farmers Market
The Redland Market Village Farmers Market

Miami is a shopper’s paradise, offering a little something for everyone.

The Magic City balances its high-end designer shopping areas with tourist shops, outlet shopping, everyday shopping malls, and flea markets. If you love bargain-hunting, check out these flea markets in Miami. Packed with everything you could ever need to buy (and even things you don’t!) these flea markets offer a peek into the heart of Miami, with endless items that bargain-hunters crave.

Tropicana Flea Market

Want to change up your personal style? Head to Tropicana Flea Market for inspiration. At this outdoor shopping spot, you’ll find a range of quirky vintage-style fashion items like 1960's skirts, floral shirts, neon shoes, and fun sunglasses, as well as random goods like 1970s tie-dyed bean bags, food, furniture and antiques. Selling items at the cheapest prices in town, head to Tropicana Flea Market every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., and experiment with your fashion sense without breaking the bank. 2951 NW 36th Street, Miami, FL 33142

The Miami Flea

If you’re into artisan shopping, you'll loveThe Miami Flea. More a bazaar than traditional flea market, where you’ll find truly unique items, this monthly event is home to everything from vintage bags, rugs and fashion, to home décor, furnishings and more, this one-of-a-kind flea market features local vendors, music, art and more. While you shop, enjoy artistic performances or grab a bite to eat from one of the variety of food trucks. Open once a month on Sunday usually until around 9 p.m., an afternoon at The Miami Flea is both a shopping day and a way to experience the artisan Miami. 1418 NE Miami Court, Miami, FL 33132

Revelation Marketplace

Located in Homestead, this flea market was designed with the whole family in mind. It’s one of Miami’s largest flea markets, and a fun time for both kids and adults. The kids will love the play area with the Victory Amusement Center and Mr. Bear’s Bounce Around Playhouse & Arcade, and adults can explore a wide a range of shops and salons. It even has a gym. There are plenty of places to eat at this marketplace, too, so shop late and stay for dinner. Revelation Marketplace is open every Wednesday through Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. 27455 S. Dixie Highway, Homestead, FL 33032

Redland Market Village

Redland Market Village is actually a hub of flea markets and a large farmer’s market. Perfect for bargain hunters, you’ll find vintage jewelry, antiques, electronics, furniture, leather, toys, tools, you name it! Whether you’re looking for a piece of Americana, or something with an international flair, this is the place. Savor an exciting food scene with a range of flavorful, ethnic dishes.

The farmer’s market boasts fresh locally grown produce — the ripest fruits and the crispest vegetables, as well as a locally supplied fresh fish market. Depending on the season, they have shrimp, crab and lobster, so seafood lovers, rejoice! Open Thursday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday and Sunday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. 24420 S Dixie Highway, Homestead, FL 33030

Opa Locka - Hialeah Flea Market

Unlike most bustling flea markets, this one is quite calm. Open Monday through Saturday, from 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., The Opa Locka - Hialeah Flea Market is where you'll find ceramics, accessories and a nice farmer's market. The real hidden gems are the impressive selection of furniture, home accessories, and related items for your home or office. 12705 N.W. 42 Ave. Miami, FL 33054

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