You Could Easily Spend All Weekend At This Enormous New Mexico Flea Market
Ready to do some bargain hunting this weekend? Thankfully, you don’t need to travel far to find a good deal! In addition to our state’s best antique stores, New Mexico is home to some spectacular flea markets that are packed with treasures. However, if you’re looking for the best of the best, then definitely start at New Mexico’s largest open-air market: Expo New Mexico flea market in Albuquerque. From antiques and collectibles to fresh, just-harvested chiles and other farmer’s market staples, there’s nothing you won’t find here!
Expo New Mexico Flea Market is located on the New Mexico Fairgrounds, and is typically open every weekend, year-round (weather permitting). Details can be found at the Expo New Mexico website.
Want to discover even more places to find a good deal on clothes, furniture, and more? Check out a few more of our favorite flea markets in New Mexico!
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- Richardson's Trading Company, Gallup
- The Shop, Santa Fe
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