Favorite Flea Markets In Los Angeles

If it’s the weekend, nine times out of ten I’m usually at a flea market! I’ve gone to so many all over the Los Angeles area and have compiled my list of favorites. These are my go-to spots. They always offer a great assortment of furniture and vintage home decor accessories. I’ve gone to quite a few different flea markets that have hardly any home decor and are more clothing focused,  these spots are very home decor concentrated!

-Long Beach Antique Market

4901 E. Conant St Long Beach CA 90808 

This is probably my favorite flea market on this list! It’s the 3rd Sunday of every month and is over 20 acres. It’s filled with decor and antiques at great prices too! There are over 800 sellers and free parking…which is always great. Compared to the Rose Bowl Flea Market, this one is very home decor/antique focused. I’ve gotten to become friends with a lot of the sellers and they are all so incredibly nice. A lot of the sellers are passionate about history and I learn so much about each item I purchase. 

-PCC Flea Market

1570 E. Colorado Blvd. Pasadena, CA 91106

The Pasadena City College Flea Market mainly has antiques and collectibles, with items varying from high-end to low cost. Even if you have a smaller budget you can easily find something here! It’s located in the Pasadena City College parking lots and has over 400 vendors. It’s held on the 1st Sunday of every month and admission is free! This one is also primarily home decor/antique focused. 

-Rose Bowl Flea Market

1001 Rose Bowl Dr, Pasadena, CA 91103

The Rose Bowl is probably the largest flea market on this list and most popular. It is the 2nd Sunday of every month and 20,000 + people usually attend. There are over 2,500 vendors and it is full of antiques, vintage clothing, local art, and specialty products. It is one of the most famous markets in the world and is definitely a must if you haven’t been! I love going in the Fall/Winter season because during the Summer it can be brutal with the heat. I tend to always find amazing treasures here but it can be overwhelming with the amount of people and how big it is. I recommend getting there early before the crowds so you can take your time and really look around. Whether you are looking for vintage decor, clothing, or art there is something for everyone!

-Santa Monica Airport Outdoor Market

3223 Donald Douglas Loop S, Santa Monica, CA 90405

This is the 1st and 4th Sunday of every month. It’s noted as one of the top flea markets in America and offers pieces from ancient to antique, victorian to mid-century, and vintage to the eccentric. There is something for every interior style! Their vendors are a lot more curated and it is a smaller scale flea market compared to the Rose Bowl but still has just as many treasures! 

Now you can see why I’m usually at a flea market every weekend! Each one has their own monthly date, allowing you to visit each one every weekend. I love going with friends and making a day out of it! Even if you aren’t planning to buy anything, you’ll get a ton of inspiration. Some of my friends who aren’t as into home decor as I am love going because it’s a fun activity to do on the weekend. 

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