At the art and flea market at Fehrbelliner Platz in Berlin-Wilmersdorf visitors can stroll along 130 stalls. Among the traders are private persons as well as professional vendors selling art and second-hand items.
The flea market at Fehrbelliner Platz in the City West is known for its nice wooden stalls all ranged in lanes and its art mile. The market takes place every Saturday and Sunday. It is directly connected to the public transport via the underground line U7.
Art Mile on Sundays at Fehrbelliner Platz
The art mile is a special feature of this flea market. It takes place only on Sundays and is located alongside the nearby Park Café. Visitors will recognize the line by its red carpet which is enrolled in front of the stalls. At the art mile only professionals, artists and craftspeople, sell their work. The offered items range from paintings, pottery and jewellery to furniture.
Rummage area and clothing lane at the flea market
The other stalls of the market are used mainly by private persons. Often household items like porcelain, cups, plates and cutlery but also records, books and rummage are offered. At the clothing lane fashion and accessories from nearly all decades are offered at various price levels. Chances are good to make a bargain.