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‘Green Flea Market’ / Upper West Side, New York, NY, USA


100 West 77th Street and Columbus Ave New York, New York 10024
The ‘Green Flea’ market in New York was established in 2008, Over the years, it became one of the main attractions offered by NY city. Open every weekend with hundreds of vendors and stalls offering items such as: Antiques, old furniture, collectibles, jewelries, art & crafts by local artists and designers. It’s called “greenflea” because there are farmers selling fresh produce as well. The New York Times wrote “One of the great urban experiences in New York”
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Getting There

Subway: Take the 7th Ave. local subway (#1) to 79th St. Station. Proceed east on 79th St. to Columbus Ave. — 2 long blocks. Turn left onto Columbus Ave. and continue to 77th St. (2 short blocks). Alternative: take the 8th Ave. local (B or C train) to 77th/81st St. Station (called the Museum station) Use 77th St. exit. Proceed west on 77th St. to Columbus Ave. Market is across the street. Entrance to indoor market is through the playground. Bus: M 7 and M 11 (Col./Amst. Ave. lines), the M 104 (Broadway) and the M 10 (CPW line) also pass within a block or two of the market. Car: Exit from the West Side Highway/Henry Hudson Parkway at 79th St. Proceed west on 79th St. to Columbus Ave. (4 long blocks). Turn left onto Columbus Ave. and continue to 77th St. (2 short blocks). More at


Sundays only: 10:00 – 17:30

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