Best Flea Markets in Los Angeles

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Funky fabulous finds abound at these favorite fleas.

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Launched in 2013, this downtown bazaar–cum–block party is a newcomer to the flea market scene. While there are some antiques and collectibles stalls, the emphasis is on handmade creations (à la Etsy) by local indie designers (think silkscreened T-shirts and organic jams). DJs and food trucks keep things festive. 4th Sundays, 10 a.m.–4 p.m., $5.

Best Flea Markets in Los Angeles

Downtown Flea

Launched in 2013, this downtown bazaar–cum–block party is a newcomer to the flea market scene. While there are some antiques and collectibles stalls, the emphasis is on handmade creations (à la Etsy) by local indie designers (think silkscreened T-shirts and organic jams). DJs and food trucks keep things festive. 4th Sundays, 10 a.m.–4 p.m., $5.

Courtesy of Downtown Flea

Best Flea Markets in Los Angeles

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