With more than 500 vendors, it is one of the largest Native American markets in the U.S.
If you are in Gallup on a Saturday, the Gallup Flea Market on 9th St. is a unique experience. Surrounded by the Navajo Nation, Zuni Pueblo, and Hopi Pueblo land, the market draws vendors and talented artists from the surrounding communities. Food choices include regional specialties, like vendors with things like mutton, tamales, blue corn mush, and elotes.
Shop Local Art
The Gallup Flea Market is a fantastic place to purchase jewelry and art directly from the artists. From one-of-a-kind, handwoven Navajo rugs to fanciful stone fetishes from Zuni Pueblo, the market reflects the culture and styles of the artisans, while highlighting the abundance of creative talent within the community.
Explore New Food
The food vendors also reflect Gallup’s diversity, serving everything from Native dishes to Filipino cuisine, with a whole lot in between. For visitors looking for culinary experiences while traveling, try the Pueblo baked goods, Zuni blue corn tamales, or a mutton sandwich.
An exceptional variety of food vendors. For an authentic experience, try the mutton stew with fresh baked bread or fry bread.