Chelsea Antiques Garage Where it is: 112 West 25th Street, Manhattan When it is: Sat. and Sun., 9am-5pm What you’ll find: Hundreds of vendors sell their wares on two floors of an indoor parking garage. It may seem a bit sketchy at first when you enter the dimly lit covered garage, but you can find things here that aren't available anywhere else, which definitely makes it worth a visit.
Portobello Road Market in Notting Hill is one of the most famous street markets in the world. The Saturday antiques market is the most popular but there is a street market six days a week. Portobello Road is lined with well-established shops and is not the average 'High Street' as most are independent stores. There has been a market on this street since around 1870. As well as the antique stalls there are a whole host of arcades, galleries, shops and cafes.
If you love antique markets, you’ll love the open-air Antique Market in Delft, an historic town situated between The Hague and Rotterdam in the Netherlands. Held every Saturday between mid-April and mid-September along the canals of Delft, the Antique Market has hundreds of stalls selling all sorts of antiques (Delft Blue porcelain is popular), jewellery, books, paintings and countless other items
Alfies Antique Market . This chic and cheerful market has a little more spunk than your traditional antique thoroughfares, boasting some 75 specialist dealers, spread over five floors. On the top floor you'll find the Roof Top Kitchen where you can enjoy panoramic views over London’s rooftops.
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