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Gate West Flea Market, Kissimmee

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  • Not a whole lot of shops were open. The few that were open were basically selling the same things except for two or three shops.  more »
  • We thought this was going to be a flea market where people were selling their second hand goods. It turned out to be vendors selling new items. It should not be called a giant flea market, it should b...  more »
  • Typical flea market things from hats to suitcases,shirts and some souvenirs. Has a food court. A lot of things made in China  more »
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  • Not a real old fashioned flea market. All the vendors sell new merchandise. Many items to choose from. Florida and Disney souvenirs, hats,t shirts, and many other things. Lots of luggage
  • A little ran down but a good place to get Disney related items. Avoid the guy in the back selling hair straighteners and the woman selling creams, they are more then a little pushy. A few great artists inside. If your looking for legal cbd oil, the guy right in the front is your best bet. Very friendly and helpful.
  • There are a few interesting gems here, but most of the water sold here are the typica cheaply-made Chinese goods that can often be found for far less on Aliexpress, if one is so inclined to purchase them. Not a bad place to kill a little time - just don't expect to find hidden treasures.
  • I don't even understand how this place remains open. This is nothing like any flea market I've ever seen. It's a run down, half vacant warehouse that can best be described as a junk shop.
  • Its okay place its really not ment for floridians. . Its more for out of towners