Long Beach Antique MarketCurrently Closed
- Address: 4901 E Conant St, Long Beach, CA 90808, USA, United States
- Timings: 06:30 am - 02:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-3236555703
- Ticket Price: 6 USD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Flea Market, Family And Kids
Long Beach Antique Market - Review
Shopaholics in Long Beach eagerly wait for the third Sunday of every month for the Antique Market. This flea market is a one-stop destination for everything from clothes to furniture and other accessories for the house. Costumes and clothes from particular fashion eras can be found easily over here. Artefacts like slot machines, posters, lamps, industrial furniture, paintings etc. are still in circulation over here. Sports memorabilia is also found in plenty here. The market is active only one day of the month, so Long Beach residents are frightfully possessive about buying goods here. Its frequency also enables good stalls and collections in the market. If you are in town on the 3rd Sunday of a month, do try and visit the antiques market.
Long Beach Antique Market Ticket Prices
- Early admission tickets (5.30am to 6.30am) – 12 USD
- Children under the age of 12 do not need a ticket.
How To reach Long Beach Antique Market by Public Transport
- Bus stop – Clark & Conant SW, Clark and Conant SE
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Long Beach Antique Market, Long Beach Reviews
This is a very large Antique Flea market. The weather is always nice but bring a hat and cart. Lots of Smalls and Jewelry. Also some furniture pieces but Rose Bowl Swap meet has more. The nick knacks are more reasonable here then the Rose Bowl. Dealers are nicer here then Rose Bowl. Also admission is half of Rose Bowl. There is lots of parking. Good Bathrooms.Beer to buy and other treats!
Great way to spend a day. A ton of neat stuff to look at and cool people/vendors but super high prices... Worth the visit though
I always try to go here, bring $6 to get in (exact change gets you in a faster line). Place is huge! I always have something I'm looking for before hand and I always find it there!! Just some tips: 1. Bring cash (some places take card but cash is King). The stadium has ATMs but they charge a lot. 2. Go later in the day (around 11-11:30)..now people say go early to "get the good stuff" I say go later to get the best deal!! Trust me most rather sell the item then pack it up again!! 3. Be sure to haggle. Now my tip on this is don't Lo-ball them...it just upsets the seller. What I found is if you are willing to buy the item at 60% of what they are asking they usually sell it to you with out hesitation.
Fun place a lil crowded but u c lots of antiquities and get ur exercise 4 the day!
A go to place for vintage and one of a kind items some dealers ask insane prices but there are deals to be found