Panjiayuan Flea Market

Open: Monday to Friday 8:30-18:00

Saturday and Sunday 4:30-18:00

Tickets: Free

Panjiayuan Flea Market, situated in the southwest part of Panjiayuan Bridge, East 3rd Ring South Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, was established in 1992 and spans an impressive area of 48,500 square meters. Recognized as the largest antiques market and flea market in China, it has evolved into a vibrant destination for those seeking unique finds and second-hand treasures.

As a “holiday-type” market, Panjiayuan Flea Market has expanded over the years, transforming into a bustling street teeming with an array of second-hand goods. The market is strategically divided into six distinct areas:

1.Stall Area: Offering a diverse array of antiques, handicrafts, collections, and ornaments.
2.Area of Ancient Buildings: Featuring structures with historical significance.
3.Area of Classical Furniture: Showcasing traditional and vintage furniture pieces.
4.Area of Modern Collections: Highlighting contemporary collectibles.
5.Area of Stone Carving: Focused on artistic stone carvings.
6.Catering Area: Providing a variety of food options for visitors.

With over 4,000 shops and nearly 10,000 businessmen, Panjiayuan Flea Market has become a hub for civil trading of antiques and artworks. The market’s annual business volume reaches hundreds of millions of yuan, attesting to its popularity and significance in the realm of second-hand goods and curios. Often referred to as Panjiayuan Antique Market, it stands out as the largest, most comprehensive, cost-effective, and well-loved market of its kind in China.

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