Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market

Named one of the top ten shopping streets in the world by National Geographic, Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market (HKFM) offers a place where collectors and top-notch hagglers including the fashion éclat, artists, celebrities, tourists, and residents shop the market for antiques, collectibles, vintage clothing, home decorations, furniture, jewelry, and more.

Located on West 39th Street between 9th & 10th Avenues and open 9 a.m.–5 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday all year long (weather pending), the market’s Hell’s Kitchen South location is near the Port Authority Bus Terminal and Times Square.

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  1. [...] I was in New York last September for fashion week, my friend Nadia introduced me to Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market. It was so old-schooly brilliant. I’m talking trestle tables, tonnes of tat, and bargains [...]

  2. [...] away from home for the next seven days. I love the area, and we are lucky enough to always make the Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market. I have found some treasures there (my seventies disco ball earrings, a true [...]

  3. [...] I am in the Big Apple, I always visit at least one flea market. I like The Antiques Garage and Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market. Lately I have been scouring flea markets, thrift stores and rummage sales for antique charms, [...]

  4. [...] Kitchen Flea Market- AWESOME old stuff including a ton of old family photos and antiques. I ended up getting an old sephia photo of a baby [...]