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Melrose Trading Post, Los Angeles

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Flea Market
Browse through antiques and collectibles at Melrose Trading Post, a bustling weekend market hosting over 200 vendors and a food court. The market offers a huge variety of vintage fashions, second-hand footwear, electronic equipment, bags, jewelry, trinkets, and artisan furniture. Countless stands display old photographs, cards, books, and other possible souvenirs. To visit Melrose Trading Post and other attractions in Los Angeles, use our Los Angeles travel itinerary planner.
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  • Having been to the flea markets in Europe, this flea market in LA is nothing much. No doubt it's a huge area, however it lack the festive vibe that I have experienced in Europe. Plus there's an entran...  more »
  • I loved this market—it has everything. Bric-a-brac, furniture, clothes, plants, art. The only downside was it was raining when we went to check it out. Entry is US $3 per person. This is a bit steep i...  more »
  • Although I went the only time in 5 years that rained in LA, the experience was great. You have to pay 3 bucks but there are a lot of nice things you can find. I would suggest to visit the wood stores ...  more »
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  • This is one of the best markets I have ever been to. We always take visitors to give the a feel for LA and do some people watching LOVE IT -......GO!!!
  • Really fun Sunday activity! They have food and live music inside. Make sure to bring sunscreen and water though, it gets really hot and a fresh lemonade inside will cost you $5!
  • Alladin's cave in melrose. You could spend days in here, checking out all their treasure. Always stop by when were in town.
  • A must visit for any LA native or tourist. Show up early and parking is usually plentiful on the baseball field.
  • This is by far the best flea market I visited, wasn't expecting the live music and really good food, try the Argentinian ChoryDogs (geniales choripanes)