10 Best Flea Markets in and around Houston, Texas

Every child should know the joy of spending hours with your family at the flea market- dawdling, window shopping, playing, and eating the delicious foods. No matter which part of town you live in, there is probably a flea market near you. We’ve rounded up all of the best flea markets across Houston for your shopping, bargaining, street-food-eating pleasure!

The flea markets in Houston are open on the weekends and often have special events in addition to their regular shopping. Each vendor decides his own payment type so be ready with multiple forms of payment. Many flea markets may also have parking fees, so have cash on hand for that.

Most of these flea markets have both indoor and outdoor areas and offer plenty of room to safely space out so you can enjoy bargain hunting while practicing social distancing. Many are also currently operating with limited capacity and requiring face coverings to further keep visitors safe.

Editor’s Note: The staff at HoustonOnTheCheap tries to bring you up to date information. However, as always, please confirm the information before you head out.


Trader’s Village

Traders Village in Houston, Texas opened in 1989 and covers more than 105 acres with 2,000 dealers every weekend. More than one million people browse, buy & trade in this open-air bargain hunters’ paradise each year. It’s the largest market on the Texas Gulf Coast… where you’ll find tires & tools, Army surplus & electronics, comics & cards, crafts & collectibles, silk plants & flowers, truck accessories, jewelry, furniture, clothing, garage sale bargains & more! So come for the shopping and stay for the fun.

Where: 7979 N. Eldridge Rd., Houston, Texas 77041

When: Open Saturday & Sunday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m

How Much: Parking $5


Flea at Silver Street

Artisan goods, handmade goods, old interesting goods, tasty goods…it’s all good at the Flea. Flea at Silver Street is a curated indoor market of handmade, vintage, craft, art and cool things. Find memorabilia, handcrafted jewelry, hand drawn stationery, accessories, hand poured candles, farmhouse rustic home decor, unique crafts, local food vendors and more. There is usually a fee to get in, although sometimes it is free when they have special events.

Where: 2000 Edwards Street Houston, TX 77007

When: SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 2021, 10am – 7pm SUNDAY, JUNE 13, 2021, 10am – 5pm


Sunny Flea Market

The kids will LOVE this place- especially Dinosaur Land! Whether you’re looking for cool t-shirts, ball caps, western wear, or fresh produce and amazing food and drinks, Sunny has it all. It was voted #1 by Reader’s Choice of the Houston Press and you can see why. They’re open to the public on the weekends and parking is $2. All visitors and vendors are required to wear masks at this time.

Where: 8705 Airline Drive Houston, TX 77037

When: Saturday and Sunday 8 am to 6 pm

How Much: $2 parking

La Estrella Flea Market

Welcome to La Estrella Flea Market, the premium indoor flea market of Houston, Texas. We have over 200 vendors offering a great variety of products and services ranging from furniture, electronics, and clothing to professional haircuts, tattoos / piercings, and massages. We also have a bar which sells domestic and imported beers and an taqueria which provides an assortment of delicious Mexican food, both conveniently located at the front of the store

Where: 10420 Eastex Fwy, Houston, TX 77093

When: Friday, Saturday and Sunday: 10AM – 6PM


Houston Flea Market

Over 600 vendors with antiques & collectibles, clothing, crafts, new & used merchandise, furniture, appliances, books, fresh produce, restaurants, entertainment for Adults and kids too. They have live bands, clown show, karaoke, pony rides, train rides and more

Where: 6116 Southwest Fwy Houston, Texas 77057

When: Sat & Sun

Outdoor market: 9am-dusk

Indoor market: 9am-8pm

Club: 9am-9pm

How much: No entrance fee and parking is free

Cole’s Flea Market

Cole’s Flea Market opened in 1968 and offers more than 44 acres of indoor and outdoor shopping. More than 1,300 vendors sell new and vintage items including art, home decor, apparel, toys, tools, electronics, sporting goods and more. There are 26 food stands serving beer, roasted corn, nachos, churros, pizza, ice cream, funnel cakes, potatoes, donuts and BBQ. The property welcomes 12,000 – 15,000 customers each weekend

Where: 1014 N Main St, Pearland, TX 77581

When: Sat & Sun 8am-5pm

How much: $2 per car


Hip Hop Vintage Flea Market

This outdoor, pop up market specializes in vintage items. They offer records from the 70s, 80s, and 90s, as well as fanart, collectibles, and more. There are also food trucks and live performances. Check Facebook page for more details.

Where: 2011 Leeland St, Houston, TX 77003

When: Sunday 12 pm to 5 pm

How Much: Free but they accept donations to keep it going.

Pasadena Indoor Flea Market

This clean, indoor market offers a variety of electronics, clothing, jewelry, games, CDs, toys, and more. They have food vendors on site. You can park your car in one of their many available spaces.

Where: 2222 Spencer Highway, Pasadena, TX 77504

When: Friday, Saturday and Sunday – 10 am to 7 pm

How Much: Free parking

White Elephant Flea Market

Located in Channelview, this eclectic flea market has mums, bows, art, home decor, party decorations, nice furniture, leather goods, seasonal items, and more. They also offer covered seating for the food truck park. Family friendly and family owed flea market. They are indoor and outdoor!

Where: White Elephant Flea Market, 379-357 Carlang St, Channelview, TX 77530

When: Friday 7 am to 12 pm, Saturday and Sunday 7 am to 5 pm


Katy Flea Market

This indoor/ outdoor market is small and clean but they have a large variety of vendors. They offer furniture, clothing, luggage, flowers, produce, and more. Entrance and parking are both free.

Where: 3755 North Fry Road, Katy, TX 77449

When: Saturdays and Sundays 9am to 5pm

How Much: Entrance and parking are both free

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