Shopping is always an adventure at the Gallup 9th Street Flea Market! With more than 500 vendors to choose from, the flea market provides an authentic example of Gallup’s food and culture.
Enjoy Navajo, Zuni, and Acoma pueblo’s traditional foods, such as bread baked in wood-fired horno ovens, roast mutton and fry bread, and many other delicious specialties native to the surrounding cultures.
The flea market also offers a unique selection of authentic Native American made silver and turquoise jewelry, necklaces, beadwork, pottery, fetishes, kachinas, and wood and stone carvings that have been crafted by artisans with generations of experience.
You can buy a small package of traditional herbs and spices while chatting with sellers who will cheerfully explain the possible uses for each item. In addition, livestock, horse tack, and fresh-cut hay are available for purchase.
And, don’t forget to bring your children to the Story Garden, a free, knowledge-sharing activity open to children of all ages, and their families.