Everyone In New Mexico Should Visit This Epic Flea Market At Least Once
Interested in some spectacular Southwestern-themed art? Cowboy boots, perhaps? Or how about some gorgeous turquoise jewelry? Whatever your interest, New Mexico’s largest open air market is bound to have it. Located in Albuquerque at the Expo New Mexico Fairgrounds is a large flea market that operates year-round, weather permitting. Here’s why you should visit here and more about what you’ll find:
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Find the Expo New Mexico and outdoor flea market at 300 San Pedro Dr. N.E. in Albuquerque, NM. Rentable wheelchairs, wagons, and walkers are available for use on the Flea Market grounds for a small fee. The market is pet-friendly, but dogs must be kept on leashed.
Have you traveled to Albuquerque, and if so, did you check out the flea market while there? Were there any great finds you left with and would you recommend the trip there to others? While exploring the state’s largest flea market, you might also find these fun facts about the City of Albuquerque highly interesting!