REOPENING ON 21 MAY 2021 - The flea market of Paris Saint-Ouen is composed of more than 7 hectares dedicated to the antiquity and the flea market, animated by merchants and passionate craftsmen.
Often described as the largest antique market in the world, it is a unique place with its atmosphere where “puciers”=>merchants, collectors and curious ones meet.
It is divided into 12 markets, each with their own history and atmosphere.
The flea market is an all in one place with open-air markets or covered markets, staged antiques and objets d'art => pieces of art in the cozy alleys of the Biron market, labyrinthine streets Vernaison market, large glass roof housing the Dauphine market and its square of booksellers, dome of the Malassis market where designer furniture are mixed with old and restored objects, but also Antica market, Dauphine market, Cambo market, Paul Bert Serpette market very popular with Parisians, Jules Valles market faithful to the spirit of garage-sale.
You can also see vintage fashion clothes and accessories at the passage Lécuyer which is not far from the warehouse and its voluminous pieces, popular among the decorators.
The flea market has inspired many artists, from surrealist poets to musicians who invented gypsy jazz. Today, graffiti artists are taking over by coloring the iron curtains of the stores.
Immerse yourself in the spirit of the Flea Market during a guided tour.
These tailored visits by their exceptional character are only for small groups.
You can choose a general visit to get to know the markets and the little streets. The flea market is part of the history of Paris If you want to learn more about it, you can also have a more specific visit of the area. You may also discover the flea market through a special theme such as furniture, the world of travel , popular art, culinary art, books and old paper ...
Stay in this world by completing your visit with a brunch in a typical cafe, or a lunch in one of the restaurants where you can listen to Gipsy Jazz.
All year round, every Monday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Friday: 8 am-12pm (for professionals)
Saturday and Sunday: 10 am-6pm
Monday: 11 am-5pm (reduced activity: many shops are closed).