Best flea markets in Miami
What is it: A hip, monthly outdoor market with local vendors, food and music.
Why go: Even if you’re not in the mood to shop, the Miami Flea is a great place to kill an afternoon (if it’s not too hot). Live music and food options make this almost feel more like a beer garden than a flea market. 90 Northeast 17th St
What is it: A weird, random and absolutely massive indoor/outdoor market in Broward County. Here, you’ll find just about everything, including a drive-in movie theater, a tiny amusement park and so much more.
Why go: It’s a bit of a drive from Miami, but there’s really no other market that embodies the weirdness of South Florida as accurately as the Swap Shop.
What is it: Homestead’s best flea market, where you can not only haggle your way into some sweet deals, but eat some delicious, fresh Mexican food from local vendors.
Why go: You can find everything here: pets, shoes, plants, fish, jewelry, fishing supplies and produce. A visit to the delicious food court is a must too. It’ll help give you strength to tackle this 27-acre market. 24420 S Dixie Hwy
What is it: This annual marine flea market has been going on since 1979. It calls itself the “largest nautical swap shop in the world” and we believe it.
Why go: Maybe you finally bought a boat or are a fishing nerd—whatever you do on the water, this market and its 300-plus vendors have something for you. Admission is $12 and the 2019 edition is coming to town March 14 through March 17.
What is it: This Liberty City flea market is a flea market in its purest sense. No hipster, organic anything here—just bargains.
Why go: Here, you can buy an outfit, get a haircut, get your nails done, get a tattoo and have lunch. And your wallet will barely feel it. 3015 NW 79th St
What is it: Over 200 indoor/outdoor vendors heavy on Latin vibes. For a slice of Miami’s vibrant cultural offerings, this is your market.
Why go: Stuff you face with authentic Latin fare for the price of a glass of water at certain haughty Miami restaurants. You’ll most certainly find something funky to add to your closet too. 2591 NW 36th St
What is it: A family-friendly market with a bounce house and play space for kids. Adults will find all the usual suspects too.
Why go: It’s far from Downtown, but if you find yourself in Homestead and need to knock out some quick shopping, Revelation will help you find what you need. 27455 S Dixie Hwy