Guide to the Long Beach Antique Market

A sign outside of the Long Beach Antique Market

If you’re a fan of antiques, flea markets, and getting out and about on a weekend morning, oh do we have a spot for you.

The Long Beach Antique Market is a popular flea market that has been around for nearly 30 years and is still going strong. Some of the markets’ accolades include being named the “Top Ten Flea Markets in the US” by Good Housekeeping, and the “Best Flea Market in LA” by the Los Angeles Times. They are open every third Sunday of the month and are held at the Long Beach Veteran’s Stadium.


About Long Beach Antique Market

The sea of over 800 vendors that occupy this 20-acre space makes this market a popular spot for bringing in visitors from far and wide due to such a large collection of interesting, unique and collectible items. From tons of vintage collectibles to prized treasures, there is bound to be something for even the pickiest of antique hunters. Even if you’re not looking for anything in particular, there is guaranteed to be something that you want that you never knew you needed.

Some of the antiques include furniture, rotary phones, vintage signs, jewelry, sports equipment, figurines, and much more. Their website even has a blog section where they showcase popular vendors and what they sell. The admins of the website update it regularly so be sure to check out any new updates or current events happening when it comes to the flea market.

While this event is for everyone from beginning collectors to veteran antique fans and everyone in between, the Long Beach Antique Market is also a hub for frequent celebrity sightings! Some of the celebs that have shown up have included Heidi Klum, Pamela Anderson, Dan Aykroyd, Alice Cooper, and Diane Keaton. There could be a chance you can have a lucky day and run into one them.

For those who have had the honor of being able to attend this famous flea market, they’ll all tell you that it’s a must-visit attraction in Long Beach. You don’t need a ton of money on hand either, because many items are bargain-priced.

One cool thing you can do If you’re more in the mood to stroll and not necessarily buy antiques is to order a beer, get some food, and enjoy the people watching. Attending the flea market is an experience in itself in order to get a new look at the city and see where many spend their time on Sunday. People are also extremely courteous so you may even make some fast friends!

Make sure you visit this market when in Long Beach, either as a guest in this great city or as a local. You won’t be disappointed!



4901 E Conant St

Long Beach, CA 90808


Hours & Price of Admission:

General Admission: 6:30 am to 2:00 pm – $7

Early Admission: 5:30 am to 6:30 am – $12

Children Under 12: Free


Parking: Free

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