The best markets in Las Vegas include the city’s excellent food markets, festivals and flea markets. Some of these spots are unique to the city and are unmissable. These include a Latino-inspired marketplace, a buzzing indoor swap meet, and a cultural First Friday market.

When you think of Las Vegas, you may only imagine neon lights, shiny hotels and non-stop nightclubs. But across the city, it’s possible to find organic fruit and vegetables that come directly from nearby farms, plus handmade arts and crafts and gourmet items. If you’re looking for fresh produce, interesting 2nd-hand products, or local handicrafts, here’s our selection of the best markets in Las Vegas.

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    Broadacres Marketplace

    Get a taste of Las Vegas’ Latino community

    Broadacres Marketplace
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    Broadacres Marketplace is Nevada’s largest open-air market. The sprawling marketplace lies about 7 miles from North Vegas and features some 300 local food and retail vendors. There's also an amusement park, petting zoo, concert hall and beer garden. More than just a flea market, Broadacres is a one-stop destination for local Latino culture.

    After you’ve paid the small entrance fee and enter the market, you’re immediately immersed in traditional Mexican and Latino culture, music and food. From the live music performances to the authentic cuisine to the micheladas and fresh fruit juices, a visit to Broadacres Marketplace is a thrilling cultural experience.

    Location: 2930 Las Vegas Blvd N, North Las Vegas, NV 89030, USA

    Open: Friday from 4 pm to 11 pm, Saturday and Sunday from 6 am to 5 pm

    Phone: +1 702-642-3777

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    Fantastic Indoor Swap Meet

    An exciting Vegas shopping experience with the locals

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    Fantastic Indoor Swap Meet is home to hundreds of vendors and is considered one of the best flea markets in Las Vegas. You can spend an entire afternoon browsing the rows and rows of stalls selling a wide selection of unique products. Pick out some gorgeous jewellery, find the perfect vintage handbag or admire a rare piece of furniture.

    If you want to escape the buzz of activities, head to the back section. It’s much more relaxed and quieter, and you can calmly browse artworks by local artists. No matter what you are searching for, keep an open mind because you might stumble upon an unexpected treasure. During the holiday season, Fantastic Indoor Swap Meet is open every day of the week.

    Location: 1717 S Decatur Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89102, USA

    Open: Friday–Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm

    Phone: +1 702-877-0087

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    Charleston Indoor Swap Meet

    A Vegas marketplace offering one-of-a-kind items

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    Charleston Indoor Swap Meet is a market only 10 minutes away from the main Las Vegas Strip, near East Charleston Boulevard. If you’re looking for fantastic bargains on one-of-a-kind items, this indoor strip mall market is the place to visit. And even better, the entrance is free!

    Home to about 50 stalls selling various unique products, you can find a wealth of treasures. Products include kids items, original gold jewellery, cosmetics, clothing, furniture, and antique and vintage cameras. You can also get your ear or nose pierced.

    Location: 4530 E Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89104, USA

    Open: Monday and Wednesday–Sunday from 10 am to 6.45 pm (closed on Tuesdays)

    Phone: +1 702-459-0001

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    The Las Vegas Farm Farmer’s Market

    One of Vegas’ most family-friendly shopping destinations

    The Las Vegas Farm Farmer’s Market
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    The Las Vegas Farm Farmer’s Market is a fun, relaxed destination for the whole family on the northern outskirts of Las Vegas. You’ll find a great selection of seasonal vegetables and fruit, eggs from free-range chickens, raw honey, and delicious baked goodies at the market. There is a nice sitting area, as well as a fire to warm yourself by on chilly days.

    The Farm is also home to a petting zoo. Animal lovers young and old will enjoy feeding the horses, peacocks, ducks, turkeys, goats, pigs, cows, llama, tortoises and roosters. While the market is free, they do charge a small fee to visit with the animals.

    Location: 7222 W. Grand Teton Rd., Las Vegas, 89131, USA

    Open: Saturdays and Sundays from 9 am to 4 pm

    Phone: +1 702-982-8000

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    Downtown Summerlin Farmer's Market

    A shopping destination for farm-fresh local produce

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    Downtown Summerlin Farmer's Market is where you can take a delicious culinary adventure in Las Vegas. The market takes place every Saturday and is a one-stop destination for flowers and organic fresh fruit and vegetables. The market also hosts frequent cooking demonstrations, tasting events and live music.

    Bring along your shopping bags and pick your favourite produce, from avocados and leafy greens to pomelos and juicy red strawberries. You can also stock up with traditional, handmade European-style bread, cakes and pastries. Extend the trip and visit the adjacent Downtown Summerlin mall. Besides fantastic local restaurants, there are exciting recreational facilities for the kids, such as the Golden Knights Activity Center and Las Vegas Ball Park.

    Location: 1980 Festival Plaza Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89135, USA

    Open: Saturdays from 9 am to 2 pm

    Phone: +1 702-832-1000

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    Las Vegas Farmers Market at Bruce Trent Park

    A fun local community market

    Las Vegas Farmers Market at Bruce Trent Park
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    The Las Vegas Farmers Market at Bruce Trent Park brings together local farmers, chefs, bakers and artists to create a vibrant community gathering place. It’s a great place to mingle with residents while you shop for fresh produce, homemade baked goods and handcrafted wares.

    The market is conveniently located in the pet- and family-friendly Bruce Trent Park. So after you’ve finished with your shopping, you can head to the park and finds a peaceful spot to relax or have a picnic.

    Location: 1600 North Rampart Boulevard, Las Vegas NV 89102, USA

    Open: Winter: Wednesdays from 2 pm to 6 pm, Summer: Wednesdays from 4 pm to 8pm

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    Intuitive Forager Farmer's Market

    A lively market in the heart of downtown Las Vegas

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    Intuitive Forager Farmer's Market is a fresh-food shopper's delight. The indoor and outdoor market takes place every Friday inside the Old Bus Station in downtown Las Vegas. If you're looking for seasonal organic fruit and vegetables, plus artisanal arts and crafts, this is the place to forage. Cap your market experience off with a delicious snack at the Intuitive Forager Farmshop Cafe.

    Combine a trip to the Intuitive Forager Farmer's Market with a visit to the fascinating Mob Museum, which lies opposite the market. You can also explore the nearby Fremont Street Experience. The pedestrian mall occupies 5 blocks of Fremont Street. It offers free concerts, light shows and a wide variety of entertainment every night of the week.

    Location: 300 N Casino Center Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA

    Open: Fridays from 9 am to 2 pm

    Phone: +1 702-953-4321

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    Market in the Alley

    A modern farmer’s market in downtown Las Vegas

    Market in the Alley
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    Market in the Alley is an upscale marketplace in downtown Las Vegas on the famous Fremont Street. As a gathering place for over 60 local artists, curators, musicians and culinary vendors, there is a plethora of stalls to explore, things to buy, and tasting treats to sample.

    In fact, if you are a hardcore foodie, you should make a beeline for Market in the Alley. Besides the market fare, you can indulge in robata izakaya dining at Japanese restaurant Hatsumi or enjoy coastal Mexican dishes at La Monja. The market’s regular live music keeps the atmosphere fun and relaxed.

    Location: 1031 E Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA

    Open: Wednesday–Sunday from 11 am to 5 pm

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    Fresh52 Farmers & Artisan Market

    A vibrant south Vegas neighbourhood market

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    Fresh52 Farmers & Artisan Market is an outdoor market in Sansone Park Place, in the south of Las Vegas. Every Sunday, neighbours, friends and out-of-towners assemble to buy pesticide-free, farm-fresh fruit and vegetables, homemade baked goods, gourmet olive oils, salsas and sauces, and modern handicrafts.

    On select days, you can enjoy live entertainment, chef demonstrations, and free kids craft parties. The Fresh52 Farmers & Artisan Market hosts another market in Solista Park in Henderson every 2nd and 4th Thursday from 3 pm to 8 pm.

    Location: 9480 S. Eastern Ave Las Vegas, NV 89123, USA

    Open: Sundays from 9 am to 2 pm

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    First Friday Las Vegas

    A monthly art walk and street festival

    First Friday Las Vegas
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    First Friday Las Vegas is a free market and community event that takes place every first Friday of the month in the Arts District in downtown Las Vegas. From 5 pm to 11 pm, you can enjoy live music, visual and performing arts, and art displays at galleries. You can also buy handicrafts made by local artists. When you get hungry, choose from a wide variety of specialities from the local food trucks.

    Some of the streets are closed to traffic, making it easy for pedestrians to fully enjoy the street festival, which is mainly located around Casino Center and Charleston. There is limited parking, owing to its downtown location. Therefore, it’s better to use a rideshare service.

    Location: Arts District, Las Vegas, NV, USA

    Open: First Friday of the month from 5 pm to 11 pm

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Jacqui de Klerk | Contributing Writer