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Tesuque Flea Market, Santa Fe

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
2.6/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
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  • They have lots of locally made jewelry and other items you would expect to see. The shops cover about 1.5 acres and there is no entry or parking fee. Some deals can be had! 
  • We went Friday, September 16, and there were only about 1/4 to 1/3 of the spots filled, hence the average review. Maybe there are more vendors on Saturdays; don't know. If you want quality southwest l...  read more »
  • I can't get over the good reviews of this place. We went on a Friday before Labor Day weekend and there were just a handful of vendors there. Lots of things from other countries. Complete waste of tim...  read more »
  • The Flea is a blast! It's not your cheap junk, so don't expect to pay pennies for treasures. But compared to prices in stores, you can save a lot. We love it. From food to jewelry to yard art, fantastic finds. Most take your debit/credit card, but some only take cash or check. So much talent in one place, take your time and visit with the vendors to make some friends. We love Kelly Moore's art - you can't miss his art shack - the barbed wire buffalo art - the wind chime lady - and of course the jewelry (that's me not the hubby). Let people know if you are a local or a visitor. Music is playing, food is available, so get your walking shoes on and enjoy! Some of the local native american jewelry and art at The Flea is for sale in regular stores - at twice the price, so you CAN save a lot!
  • I would NOT recommend this flea market to anyone who is considering becoming a vendor here. I called their business phone number during business hours, and no one answers the phone. There is just a recording telling you to send an email that you can't even make out what the woman is saying. It is a garbled message that sounds like the person who recorded it has a mouth full of marbles. The person does not spell out the email address where anyone can understand it. When I left my email for them to respond to with my questions on their voice mail, whoever is responsible for picking up messages completely IGNORED it and DIDN'T RESPOND to the public. What a shoddy way to do business that is completely UNPROFESSIONAL, RUDE AND DISRESPECTFUL to others. I wouldn't recommend this flea market to anyone, both as a buyer nor a vendor. Stay away from it if that's the way they treat the pubic!
  • Nothing here is cheap at all they want gallery prices for their stuff and their stuff is not even good at all. Don't waste your time!!! Is very small and not friendly!!!! Hate it!!
  • great Native American artwork and jewelry at decent prices
  • Not what it used to be. Maybe it was because of the time of year, but there were not many vendors and the quality of the merchandise was poor. I was disappointed.
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