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) sets a standard for distinctive vendors, 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, mid-century modern items, 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.

Comments
5 Responses to “Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market”
Trackbacks
Check out what others are saying...
  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 [...]