John Muir PTA Flea Market

(310) 399-7721

2510 Lincoln Blvd, Santa Monica, CA | Directions   90405

34.008145 -118.477828

Open Hours

8am-3pm, first Saturday of each month

Antiques, Discount Stores, Cash  more

More Payment Methods: Check

Neighborhoods: West LA, Ocean Park


From The Owners of John Muir PTA Flea Market

One of L.A.'s lesser-known flea markets is small but popular.

Reviews for John Muir PTA Flea Market

over a year ago

Perfect Place to Find a Perfect Gift – I go to this market whenever I need to find a gift for someone... I never fail to find some unusual item that just fits the bill perfectly... I find run of the mill made in China stuff so BORING... this place is full of interesting, classic, old school oddities that you'd never find anywhere else. And it's priced really reasonably. I'd rather spend my money and time finding real treasures than wasting it on junk. I definitely recommend checking it out.

over a year ago

Santa Monica Flea Market -- wonderful little antique and flea market – This is a great little flea market. It has about 50 vendors with a variety of cool things. They recently added a second event so they are now open the 1st & 3rd Saturday of every month. Yay!

The most striking thing about it is you can get a real deal for your treasure. It is a sleeper. Real finds at reasonable prices.

Great art, antique jewelry, fabrics and ribbons, furniture, china, pottery, musical instruments, cd's and records, gadgets. Every time I go I find amazing things.

I highly recommend this place.

over a year ago

One of L.A.'s lesser-known flea markets is small but popular. – The Scene
Benefiting two Santa Monica schools, it's well worth the $1 admission. Because this is such a small event compared with other area meets (only 65 spaces), the vendors tend to be well acquainted with each other, and they go out of their way to help patrons. A small catering truck provides snack food and beverages.

The Goods
Bargain hunters will find a little of this, a little of that. Gramophones from the '30s intermingle with Pearl Beach Barbie and an inflatable six-foot ÒJawsÓ pool toy. There always seems to be the requisite scary guy with a selection of Confederate Army knives, but to each his own. One frequent vendor carries antique fruit labels, including some out of Tustin and Villa Park, which have become increasingly rare. One might even be lucky enough to locate a 1964 Rolling Stones reel-to-reel or an unused World War II ration book.


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