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The top 11 Berlin flea markets

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Flea market Arkonaplatz
Flea market Arkonaplatz © visitBerlin, Foto: Philip Koschel

A real weekend in Berlin includes a generous brunch as well as a traditional flea market visit. Strolling through the alleys, discovering real flea market treasures at the stalls or chasing bargains - what else do you need for weekend happiness?

There are many flea markets in our city and their range couldn't be more varied. For every taste there is a different market with a different atmosphere - but they all have one thing in common: the typical Berlin charm.

We have prepared a list of our Top 11 flea markets in Berlin to let you know which flea markets are worth checking out for vintage clothes, where the old plates and books are, and which art markets or antique markets still have chandeliers and porcelain from the 70s:

Tip 1: The Colourful – Flea Market at Marheinekeplatz

Flea market Arkonaplatz
Flea market Arkonaplatz © visitBerlin, Foto: Philip Koschel

The historical town square is particularly beautiful at the flea market in the Bergmannkiez. It offers enough space to stroll comfortably through the stands. Especially on offer are second-hand clothes, toys, and homemade items. But it also has books, CDs, and records, as well as art and antiques. After the dawdling you can get a snack in the nearby Marheineken-Markthalle on saturdays.

When: Saturday 10 to 16, Sunday 11 to 17 o'clock,
            until 16 o'clock on Sundays in Winter
Where: Marheinekeplatz, Kreuzberg

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Tip 2: The Original Berliner – Flea Market at Arkonaplatz

Flea market Arkonaplatz
Flea market Arkonaplatz © visitBerlin, Foto: Philip Koschel

The market women once stood under the old linden trees a hundred years ago at Arkonaplatz. Today it is mainly families from the neighbourhood that gather there, who combine a visit to the flea market with one of the greatest playgrounds just next door. The flea market mainly offers second-hand clothes, books, and recording items. At the northern end there are dealers with larger furniture items and lamps. Surrounded by many trees, you can stroll through the Marktallee in a particularly green flair.

When: Sundays 10 to 16 o'clock
Where: Arkona Square, Mitte

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Tip 3: The Historical – Flea Market at Rathaus Schöneberg

Flea market at Rathaus Schöneberg Berlin
Flea market at Rathaus Schöneberg © visitBerlin, Foto: Dirk Mathesius

Where John F. Kennedy once stood and identified himself as a Berliner, these days is where many people jostle every weekend between tent rows of hobby flea market dealers. Whether you're a Berliner or not, blend in with the colorful crowd of like-minded people looking for bargains in the form of clothing, books, electrical goods, and other knickknacks.

When: Saturdays and Sundays 8 to 16 o'clock
Where: John F. Kennedy Square 1, Schöneberg

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Tip 4: The Trendy – Fesche Lotte Flea Market

Fesche Lotte Markt auf dem Kranoldplatz in Berlin
Fesche Lotte Markt auf dem Kranoldplatz in Berlin © Foto: Fabienne Karmann

Fesche Lotte makes the heart of every fashion enthusiast beat faster. At this flea market you will find designer creations or vintage treasures from the past as well as handmade jewellery at the stands. Besides, there is street food and musical entertainment. The flower workshop ensures creative variety and the up-cycling craft workshop entertains the young flea market visitors.

When: every second Saturday from 11 to 18 o'clock
Where: Kranoldplatz, Neukölln


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Tip 5: The Intellectuals – Antique and Book Market at Bode Museum

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Literature + culture venues © visitBerlin, Foto: Günter Steffen

Numerous book and antique dealers line up with their stands along the river Spree every weekend. Their tables are filled with a wide range of books, art, and small furniture. These include cheap modern antiques and real rarities. Once you have found the original edition of your favourite author, it will be difficult to move on.

When: Saturdays and Sundays 11 to 17 o'clock
Where: Am Kupfergraben 2, Mitte

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Tip 6: The Jewellery – Art and Flea Market at Fehrbelliner Platz

Flea market at Boxhagener Platz in Berlin - Friedrichshain
Flea market at Boxhagener Platz © visitBerlin, Foto: Dagmar Schwelle

The special thing about the Fehrbelliner flea market is that in addition to the usual assortment of clothing, bags, housewares, books, plates, and CDs, there is the art promenade. The area opposite the Parkcafé is marked by a red carpet reserved for artists, who exhibit their paintings, drawings, ceramics, jewellery, and furniture. For all art lovers this is a must-do among the Berlin flea markets.

When: Saturdays and Sundays 10 to 16 o'clock
Where: Fehrbelliner Platz 1, Wilmersdorf

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Tip 7: The Neighbourhood – Flea Market at Boxhagener Platz

Boxhagener Platz im Friedrichshain Berlin
© visitBerlin, Foto: Dagmar Schwelle

The flea market around the "Boxi" is one of our favourite markets. This is where you will find everything you can imagine in terms of a flea market, from surprising figurines to antiques. And the location in the middle of Simon-Dach district, with all of its Cafés, is ideal for your Sunday outing.

When: Sundays 10 to 18 o'clock
Where: Boxhagener Platz 1, Friedrichshain

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Tip 8: The Traditional – Flea Market on Straße des 17. Juni

Flea market at Rathaus Schöneberg Berlin
Flea market at Rathaus Schöneberg © visitBerlin, Foto: Dirk Mathesius

The flea market on Straße des 17. Juni is a Berlin original. Founded in 1978, it is the oldest flea market in the city. It is well worth browsing here: amidst the selection of junk there are also genuine collectibles with the value of rarities. You can also find dealers of the big, old farmer cabinets, and fine porcelain from way back when. An arts and crafts market is connected to the market with hand-knitted items, wooden toys, ceramic articles, and much more.

When: Saturdays and Sundays 10 to 5 o'clock
Where: Straße des 17. Juni, Charlottenburg

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Tip 9: The Precious – Antique Market at Ostbahnhof

Antikmarkt Ostbahnhof
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The road on the north side of the Ostbahnhof is a central meeting place on Sunday for antique dealers and collectors. The offerings of professional sellers range from small items, such as stamps, coins, and postcards, and antiquarian books and records, to porcelain and large furniture items.

When: Sundays 9 to 17 o'clock
Where: Erich-Steinfurth-Straße 1, Friedrichshain

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Tip 10: The Creative – Nowkölln Flea Market

Berliner Flohmarkt im Sommer
© visitBerlin, Foto: Dagmar Schwelle

The idyllic location next to the Landwehr Canal draws many market-goers. On Tuesdays and Fridays the dealers offer their fruit and vegetables at the BiOriental Market, and on Saturdays Berlin design students frolic at the local textile market. Every second Sunday the Maybachufer belongs to Berlin designers offering printed shirts, hand-crafted jewellery, and accessories. There are always culinary offerings and artistic performances as well.

When: every second Sunday from 10 to 17 o'clock (until November/December, followed by the winter break)
Where: Maybachufer, Neukölln

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Tip 11: The Night – SO36 Night Flea Market

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There is a totally different atmosphere in the legendary SO36, where once per month the club becomes a marketplace for used CDs, records, clothes, and all kinds of odds and ends. Visitors can search the tables of the private dealers for treasures from 20:00 onwards. The DJ is in on duty on this evening, and the bar is also open during the flea market. Early arrival is worth it, because the night flea market is very popular. Particularly nice are the intermittent band performances that are put on here.

When: Once a month
Where: Oranienstraße 190, Kreuzberg

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Sehr gut und nützlich. Übersichtlich gemacht, so etwas hatte mir gefehlt. Bravo !

Really interesting places.You just do not notice how time flies by.

Thank you very much, muchas gracias por darnos los horarios. I would suggest to include also the location at the map, and "how to get there". If you don't speak German, all those names sound the same! 😂

Please please please update your site
I have just been to Berlin this weekend ( 19+20 november 2016)
Felt like a complete fool travellling from Mauerpark, to Arkona platz and then to Boxhagener platz
No flea markets how disappointing (and what a waste of time) I'm pretty sure we were not the only ones
:-((

Thanks for your feedback! We are a little bit confused since these flea markets should still take place. Did you go to these 3 locations on a Saturday or Sunday?

Every year there are no fleamarkets in Berlin on "Volkstrauertag" and "Totensonntag" , - the two last sundays in november

hi my name is murray frank .ik spreken und scribed bisin duitche . i fly to bertlin on wednesday and i want to know were the best antique market is for saturday for the 11th of febuary . thanks yours sincerly murray francis .ein shoen tag

Hello Murray,
one of the biggest and most traditional antique markets in Berlin is the flea market on Straße des 17. Juni between Ernst-Reuter-Platz and S-Bahn station 'Tiergarten' in Charlottenburg district (http://www.visitberlin.de/en/spot/kunstmarkt-strasse-des-17-juni). It's open saturdays and sundays / 10 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Cheers,
Maxi

hi,
are these open all year round?

Does anyone know the name of the flea market held in an old railway carriage on the upper platform of an unused old ubahn station ... with a bar / glass orangery at one end, great jazz musicians on a Sunday ?

Does anyone know the name of the flea market held in an old railway carriage on the upper platform of an unused old ubahn station ... with a bar / glass orangery at one end, great jazz musicians on a Sunday ?

it was called "Flohmarkt Nollendorfplatz". this flea market is closed since 1993 .. because after the fall of the wall the station Nollendorfplatz oped again for the U2

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