Greenflea Market in Upper West Side Manhattan

GreenFlea Market on Manhattan’s Upper West Side

For more than 25 years, shoppers have snapped up handcrafted, vintage, and antique treasures at GreenFlea Market on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. One of the city's first open-air markets, GreenFlea Market is popular with residents and tourists alike.

Profits from the operation of GreenFlea Market benefit four New York City schools, more than $7,000,000 since 1985.


  • New York, New York
  • Upper West Side Manhattan
  • Columbus Avenue, between W. 76th and W. 77th
  • Map and directions

Dates and Times:

  • Every Sunday of the year
  • For open Saturdays, call 212-239-3025 for a weekly announcement
  • 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. November - March
  • 10 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. April - October


  • Free admission
  • No onsite customer parking
  • Service animals only


GreenFlea vendors, indoor and outdoor, offer a wide variety of vintage, antique, and handcrafted merchandise. Vendors are vetted and organizers limit the amount of each type of item, so you won’t come looking for vintage furniture only to find that nearly every booth is selling jewelry. Among the goods, you’ll find:

  • Antique and vintage furniture, original condition and restyled
  • Housewares and decor
  • Handcrafted, vintage, and fine jewelry
  • Vintage and designer clothing and accessories
  • Made-to-order clothing, jewelry, and furniture
  • Paintings and prints, modern and vintage
  • Pottery and ceramics
  • Antique chandeliers, lighting and parts
  • Asian and African antiques
  • Carpets and rugs
  • Hand knits and weavings
  • Exotic textiles and ethnic clothing
  • Architectural salvage
  • Maps, coins, and stamps
  • Custom eyewear and an onsite optometrist
  • Used and antique books
  • Gourmet foods, including seafood, condiments, and allergy friendly baked goods

The Inside Scoop:

  • Most of the furniture dealers can arrange delivery, and sometimes shipping
  • If you need to ship, there's a UPS store just a few blocks away at W. 72nd and Columbus
  • Some vendors accept credit cards, but several ATM machines are nearby if you need cash
  • Try the pickles and Balthazar breads from the gourmet food booths just inside the gate on W. 77th
  • Before you leave, stop by Greenmarket, the onsite farmer's market, for a great selection of produce, plants, fish, eggs, cheese, and baked goods.
  • Plenty of nearby restaurants on Columbus and Amsterdam if you want to break for brunch

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