When it comes to adding a personal touch to your apartment in Albuquerque, nothing beats a visit to one of the city's outstanding local flea markets. Let's take a look at Albuquerque's top three spots for treasure hunting near Olympus Northpoint.
The Other Indoor Flea Market
The Other Indoor Flea Market has been serving the Albuquerque community for over 30 years. The flea market carries a huge selection of items from over 400 vendors selling unique items, from vintage Art Deco lamps to kitschy modern knick-knacks. Whether you are looking for inexpensive bric-a-brac or a rare collector's item, you can be sure to find a one-of-a-kind treasure at one of their four locations along Central Avenue.
Expo New Mexico Outdoor Flea Market
Every Saturday and Sunday from 7 am to 3 pm, the Expo New Mexico Outdoor Flea Market presents over 3000 vendors on 25 acres at the Albuquerque Fairgrounds. For an admission price of only one dollar, you can find everything you need to furnish your new apartment in Albuquerque. The market also hosts local food vendors, arts and crafts booths, and live music performances. If you're ready to sell off some of your old items, you can purchase a vending space for just $13.
Judy's Trading Post
If all the shopping gives you an appetite, stop by Judy's Trading Post. This shop cleverly combines a full-service ice cream parlor with an indoor flea market. Judy's serves 16 flavors of ice cream, and you can design your own cone, sundae, or float. Judy's carries a carefully curated collection of vintage items in their adjacent flea market area. Flea market customers can enjoy free coffee and Wi-Fi in the comfort of a 1950s-style diner.