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Melrose Trading Post, Los Angeles

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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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  • Don't miss this gem. There is something for everybody, lots of second hand and upcycled clothes. New stuff,old stuff, food trucks...live music. Big enough for a few hrs of fun. 
    Don't miss this gem. There is something for everybody, lots of second hand and upcycled clothes. New stuff,old stuff, food trucks...live music. Big enough for a few hrs of fun.  more »
  • 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... 
    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 »
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  • My first time coming here and definitely will not be my last! I have been looking for just the right brown leather jacket to fit in my long arms and was fortunate enough to find it here. Many different Treasures to look at with a variety of vendors that offer things like cameras, jeans, jackets, artwork, organic lotions, and Jewelry. Just make sure to get there early so you can find parking and so that you won't have to wait in line so long. The entrance is only $5 which is not bad and you can get a stamp to come back if you want to walk out to grab a bite somewhere and come back to something that you left.
  • It is still located on Fairfax High School grounds but has changed a lot over the years. They sell mostly clothing now, some you can find in thriftshops. The crowd is very young. The entrance fee is $5 per person. Kids enter for free. It's still a good place to visit because you never know what you may find. But if you happen to go there on an empty stomach, check out the Greek food truck at the entrance (there are two entrances). Also, Runyon Canyon is not far away if, after all the shopping, you still have some energy left for a hike.

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