Browse through antiques and collectibles at Melrose Trading Post, a bustling weekend market hosting over 200 vendors and a food court. The market offers a huge variety of vintage fashions, second-hand footwear, electronic equipment, bags, jewelry, trinkets, and artisan furniture. Countless stands display old photographs, cards, books, and other possible souvenirs. With our world travel planner, Los Angeles attractions like Melrose Trading Post can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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This was our first stop on our LA holiday and we loved it! Not so much for the stalls but more for the people watching.Being tourists,we enjoyed watching cool locals shopping for vintage etc.Most... more »
A nice place to dig for so many interesting stuff such as vintage clothing, accessories, art work and antiques. There are nice food booths too. And of course a nice music band near the food area. It..... more »
I love hunting for treasures here. It gets pretty packed with “trendy” people who mostly shop for vintage clothes, which works great for me because it keeps the crowds concentrated at the clothing booths while I look for home decor. You’re able to find anything from antique pieces to modern handmade crafts. Most of the vendors are the same every week, but some change out and you’re able to find new things every time.
If you check the website, there's usually a coupon for $1 off entry. Early bird def gets the worm here. If you arrive early there's parking, but if you are like most of LA you aren't gonna get any parking, good luck with that! As my friend says, it's like an outdoor goodwill, so you don't get the musty smells. Are you spending an arm and leg on stuff you can get for a few dollars at Goodwill? Probably! But the goods are always unique and there are also almost always celebrities if that's your thing. There is always awesome music in the food area. And the food isn't bad either! The guy in the corner doing corn bowls is awesome with delicious kombucha on tap. Other notable eateries include the crepe place and there are always samples of fries.
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