There’s nothing quite like it – the thrill of stumbling upon a brilliant find at a flea market, whether an antique, a vintage piece of art, or a handcrafted piece of jewelry. The search for that one-of-a-kind discovery can feel like a never-ending treasure hunt, but after years of practice, we know exactly where to find the goods. Below, a guide to Manhattan’s best flea markets:

The Market NYC: Located on Bleecker Street, The Market NYC is celebrating more than 10 years of supporting and promoting young designers and artists, who gather at the weekly pop-up flea market to sell their products at a discounted price. Just a block north of Soho, visit it for an extra dose of downtown edge and New York-grown style. Open Wednesday – Sunday, for hours, visit; 159 Bleecker Street, between Thompson and Sullivan Streets

Chelsea Antiques Garage: Although it’s been welcoming thousands of visitors every weekend for nearly two decades, walking into the Chelsea Antiques Garage always feels a bit like walking into an exclusive venue, available to only the most informed shoppers. Operated by the Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market organization, it spans two levels of an unassuming parking garage on West 25th Street. The space is home to incredible antiques, vintage fashions, and decorative arts, sold by vendors who know what they’re talking about, and more than happy to enlighten you (and entertain your bargaining offers). Open Saturday and Sunday, 9am – 5pm,; 112 West 25th Street, between Sixth and Seventh Avenues

West 25th Street Market: Just an avenue’s walk from the Antiques Garage, the West 25th Street Market is Chelsea’s outdoor flea offering. More than 170 vendors and artists gather each weekend, and while the antiques and fashions up for sale are more of what you would expect to find at a flea market (as opposed to the high-end offerings at the Garage and Hell’s Kitchen Flea, both sister sites of West 25th), this particular location between Sixth Avenue and Broadway provides shoppers with an abundance of New York charm with views of the Empire State Building and the nearby Madison Square Park. Open Saturday and Sunday, 9am – 5pm,; West 25th Street, between Sixth Avenue and Broadway

Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market: Find relief from the heavy tourist traffic of Times Square at Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market. Located on West 39th Street, it’s a utopia of collector-quality goods that feels surprisingly curated. Sift through racks of vintage clothing—and racks and racks of unbelievable vintage leather bags—and take in the market’s notable offering of mid-century furniture and décor. Its biggest claim to fame? It’s been named to National Geographic’s list of the Top 10 Shopping Streets in the world. Open Saturday and Sunday, 9am – 5pm,; West 39th Street, between Ninth and Tenth Avenues

Green Flea: Attracting shoppers for more than 25 years, the Green Flea market is located on the Upper West Side’s picturesque Columbus Avenue, just across the street from the Museum of Natural History. Come for the affordable prices, stay for the neighborhood’s welcoming community. Open Sunday, 10am – 5:30pm,; Columbus Avenue, between West 76th and 77th Streets