Flea Market List

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Flea Market at Strasse 17. Juni Berlin Charlottenburg - Photo: T.Bortels/nuberlin.com

Looking for the Berlin Flea Market experience? On this page I have compiled a list of different more or less typical Berlin Flea Markets together with some tips, background information, opening hours and addresses. Happy Shopping!

Flea Market at Mauerpark

Parallel to the already popular Mauerpark, every Sunday one of the most popular Flea Markets has basically everything on offer, you would expect to find on a ‘typical’ Berlin Flea Market: from neighbors selling their used clothes to arts and crafts, memorabilia, sunglasses, records etc. And if you happen to be tired of walking the market, you may take a break and have a rest either in one of the cafés and bars (in Summer featuring Biergarten) or check out the Karaoke pit in Mauerpark.

Opening hours: Sundays
Location: near Bernauer Strasse, Prenzlauer Berg
How to get there: take the subway U2 to Eberswalder Strasse and walk towards Mauerpark for about 10 minutes

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Flea Market “Trödelmarkt” at Straße des 17.Juni, Berlin-Charlottenburg

The Flea Market at Strasse des 17. Juni is Berlin’s oldest, and probably also still most popular flea market. You will mostly find antique objects, but also books, records and sun glasses etc. The flea market is located between Berlin’s Technical University campus (TU) and the Tiergarten park. So if the weather conditions are nice you can easily add some additional sightseeing activities nearby by either visiting the TU campus or take a walk in the park.

Opening hours: Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m.- 5 p.m.
How to get there by public transport: take the S-Bahn to S-Bahnhof Tiergarten

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Antiques and Book Market at Bodemuseum / Museum Island

If you happen to be strolling around Mitte near the Museum Island on a weekend or a bank holiday, this flea market could be a perfect addition to your Mitt experience. Located directly at Museum Island you can basically make this flea market part of your sightseeing tour. Since 1992 around 60 booths have various things on offer – mostly antique objects and old old books.

Opening hours: Saturday and Sunday 11 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Location: Am Kupfergraben 2 10117 Berlin Mitte

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Art Market / Kunstmarkt am Zeughaus

Location: Am Zeughaus 1 10117 Berlin Mitte
Opening hours: Saturday and Sunday 11 a.m.- 5 p.m.

Großer Antikmarkt Ostbahnhof

Mostly well sorted antiques and old furniture, but also records, clothes and books etc.
Opening hours: Sundays 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Location: Erich-Steinfurth-Straße 1, 10243 Berlin Friedrichshain

Flea Market at Rathaus Schöneberg

On this ‘traditional’ flea market you’ll find things that could probably be best described as “found in somebody’s attic” – which means mostly old things in good shape – affordable, but probably not cheap.
Opening hours: Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Location; John-F. -Kennedy-Platz 1 10825 Berlin Schöneberg
How to get there: You can either take the subway U4 or the Bus M46 to the station/stop Rathaus Schöneberg

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Flea Market at Boxhagener Platz

Location: Boxhagener Platz 10245 Berlin Friedrichshain
Opening hours: Sundays 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
How to get there by public transport: U-Bahnhof Frankfurter Tor (U5 / Tram M10)

Cosmonauts’ Flea Market / Kosmonauten

Location: Beilsteiner Straße 51 12681 Berlin
Opening hours: Saturdays 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

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Kunst- und Trödelmarkt Fehrbelliner Platz

Location: Fehrbelliner Platz, Berlin Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf
How to get there: take the subway U7 to Fehrbelliner Platz

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