Miami has a number of fun, sprawling flea markets for bargain hunters, stylists and collectors alike. Expect everything from toys and books to apparel and accessories as well as services like gyms and salons. The markets range in offerings from the expected flea market items to goodies such as free WiFi, video game arcades, bounce houses, and legendary farmer’s markets. Spend a day with friends and family hunting for good finds or just grab lunch and peruse the day away.
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Opa Locka Hialeah Flea Market
12705 N.W. 42 Ave.
Miami, FL 33054
The Opa Locka Hialeah Flea Market has goods from most any category – jewelry to tools to luggage to toys. The most impressive of the selections, though, are the endless great finds of furniture, home accessories, and related items for re-vamping home or office. Many of the items from the 11 furniture booths are good enough to use as is without even painting or upholstering––the place is filled with hidden gems. Die-hard shoppers will love that the flea market is open every day of the year and it is easy to spend many hours there at a time with bonuses like complimentary WiFi and a yummy farmer’s market to keep the energy levels high.
Tropicana Flea Market
2951 N.W. 36 St.
Miami, FL 33142
The Tropicana Flea Market is a favorite of stylists and set designers in the city. It’s a great place to find special finds from decades past from 1960s skirts to authentic 1970s tie-dyed bean bags. This is a fun place to spend leisurely weekends with friends to treasure hunt and think outside of the box for new wardrobe additions. The popular market also vends everything from food to furniture. It is best to arrive early, as Tropicana is only open Friday through Sunday and is a popular weekend destination for shoppers.
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Revelation Flea Market
27455 S. Dixie Hwy.
Homestead, FL 33032
Shoppers looking for a well-rounded day at the flea will really enjoy Revelation Flea Market. The fun-filled atmosphere accompanies plenty of great shopping across several product categories, as well as a slew of services ranging from the relaxing to the convenient. There are hair salons, nail salons, barbers, a gym, and more. Take the kids along as well to play at the on-site play areas – Victory Amusement Center and Mr. Bear’s Bounce Around Playhouse & Arcade.
Redland Market Village Bargain Town
24420 S. Dixie Hwy
Homestead, FL 33030
Redland Market Village Bargain Town is another interesting flea market in Homestead. Used and new items for sale include jewelry, clothing, and health and beauty products. The market is haggling-focused, so be sure to arrive negotiation-ready. The food is the best part of this flea market, as it sells many ethnic ingredients, sweets, and other foods. The farmer’s market offers the famous natural goodies of Homestead farms, including starfruit and lychees.
U.S. 1 Discount Mall
18901 S. Dixie Hwy.
Cutler Bay, FL 33157
A short drive from popular attractions such as Zoo Miami is the U.S. 1 Discount Mall. The cavernous indoor Cutler Bay flea market is a one-stop shopping destination for apparel, accessories, furniture, home goods, and a wide range of other flea market fare. This is best left for an all-day occasion to get a chance to stop by most or all of the booths (there are more than 200 of them). Amenities are not left out either, as there are several beauty services are available on-site.