Rose Bowl Flea Market

The Rose Bowl Flea Market is one of the best known flea markets in the country. It has an over 40 year history and with over 2,500 vendors as well as 15,000 to 20,000 buyers every month it is also one of the biggest flea markets.

Rose Bowl Flea Market

Every 2nd Sunday of the months those vendors from all over the country display and sell almost anything. This includes, but not limited to, accessories, antiques, clothing, collectibles, discontinued merchandise, dolls, handmade crafts, home furnishings (new and used), paintings and other fine art items, pins and buttons (sports, olympics, election, etc.), plants, specialty foods, used books, watches, etc..

If you are local to or visiting Pasadena, CA stop by and enjoy.

You can find the Flea Market at:
1001 Rose Bowl Dr.
Pasadena, CA 91103
Phone: (323) 560-7469
Organizer: RGC Shows (

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Hours of Operation: 9am (general public) - 4.30pm
Admission: $8.00 per person, children under 12 are admitted free with an adult. You can come in earlier, if you pay more - see their website (link above) for details.

Free parking is also available for added convenience while visitors can feast their pallets on some scrumptious snacks while shopping. Dotted with an array of food outlets the flea market space offers a wide range of delectable goodies including fresh lemonades, ice cream sandwiches, piping hot hotdogs and hamburgers. Although it is best to be there bright and early, the bargains at the Market do not recede with the day. Other than a great day out, it also offers guests the experience of a true LA style shopping experience complete with celebrity shoppers, international buyers and equally eager novice treasure hunters.

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