San Francisco Bay Area flea markets offer plenty of random kitsch and vintage stuff to please thrifters and cheap-a-holics. From Treasure Island to Alameda, Berkeley, Alemany, West End, Solano, and the Bay Area Community College Flea Markets, local Bay Area flea markets offer some great prices as well as unexpected finds. In fact, the Bay Area boasts some of the best flea markets in the country!
Just imagine discovering a real 1930s Meissen or Sèvre figurine, a collection of original vintage travel labels, an entire rack of super-cute $5 dresses, a fantastic design chair from the 1950s for a fraction of what you would pay at shops like Vitra, or just a simple couch someone doesn’t need anymore but that would perfectly furnish your home. Deals like this are just a short drive away.
To streamline your bargain-hunting adventure, we’re giving you the lowdown on the top 10 flea markets around San Francisco. So, slather on the sunscreen, bring a big, empty tote, put on a convincing bargaining face (check out our 10 Tips for Flea Market Shopping), don’t forget your cash and be an early bird!
Ready? Here is the list of the Top 10 San Francisco Bay Area Flea Markets !
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- Page 1: Intro
- Page 2: Treasure Island Flea Market, East Bay
- Page 3: Alameda Point Antiques Faire, Alameda/East Bay
- Page 4: Berkeley Flea Market, Berkeley/East Bay
- Page 5: Bay Area Community College Flea Markets (De Anza, Chabot, Ohlone, Laney)
- Page 6: West End Flea Market, Alameda/East Bay
- Page 7: Solano Way Flea Market, Concord/Contra Costa
- Page 8: Alemany Flea Market, San Francisco
- Page 9: San Francisco Really Really Free Market (RRFM), San Francisco
- Page 10: Other Bay Area Flea Markets & Antique Shows - SF, San Jose, Oakland
- Page 11: Quick Facts & Travel Information about San Francisco