New Orleans has a vintage charm that is palpable. And it doesn’t stop there: it’s packed with unique flea markets where you can find one-of-a-kind antiques, clothes, furnishings, and more. Dive into the Big Easy’s local markets and tell us what you saw.
1. Flea Market-French Market
The French Market has been open since 1791, offering daily vendors, eateries, and café style seating. Visitors will find different vintage objects on sale, take a little bit of New Orleans home!
Where: 📍1008 N Peters St, New Orleans
2. Algiers Mini Mart Flea Market
This charming flea market is only open Saturdays and Sundays. It’s known for its delicious food vendors, especially the Mexican tacos! There are many secondhand goods stalls with phone accessories, designer handbags, and accessories. It is not recommended for rainy weekends!
Where: 📍2105 Behrman Hwy, New Orleans
3. The Market at Dat Dog
Every Saturday and Sunday, there’s a flea market open to everyone outside of Dat Dog hotdogs. It features works of local artisans. A true hidden gem!
Where: 📍3336 Magazine Street, New Orleans
4. Piety Market in Exile
Piety Market is open on the second Saturday of every month, with a bonus holiday market on the third Saturday in December. They focus on local art, craft, and vintage merch, plus live acoustic music while you shop.
Where: 📍2372 Street Claude Ave, New Orleans
5. Westbank Flea Market
Westbank is a huge flea market with all kinds of food, even though most options focus on Central and South American cuisine. They also have stands of vendors selling housewares, clothing, candles, and incense. The perfect choice to relax!
Where: 📍1048 Scotsdale Dr, Harvey