Do you enjoy local items?
Do you like outdoor markets?
Want to support environmental products?
Do you want to find some recyclable treasures?
Interested in antiques?
Do you enjoy local fruits and vegetables?
If any of these questions have crossed your mind,
then you should visit Hawaii’s Swap meet.
You’re bound to find some neat items, artsy products,
local farmers produces, and recyclable items!
Before you go, make sure that you have the following
- sunblock (it sometimes gets hot at certain times, usually between the hours of 10am to 4pm)
- a personal roller, just in case you plan to do some hefty shopping.
- cash (some vendors also do take credit cards)
Here are some locations in Hawai’i:
Aloha Stadium Swapmeet:
Since 1979, the Aloha Stadium Swap meet, has been the
biggest outdoor market in Honolulu, Hawai’i,
that features over 700+ vendors, artists, farmers,
and local crafters from Hawai’i and around the world.
Marketplace Hours: Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday
8am – 3pm
Swap Meet: Wednesday, Saturday 8am – 3pm
Sunday 6:30am – 3pm
Admission: $1.00 per buyer
Children 11 years and under are FREE
Kam Swap Meet:
For over 35 years, Kam Swap Meet has been an
outdoor market, that features:
- and more!
Hours: Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday
5am – 1pm
Friday 6am – 1pm
98-850 Moanalua Rd.
Aiea, HI 96701
Maui Swap Meet:
With over 200+ vendors, artists and food.
Hours: Open Every Saturday 7am – 1pm
Admission: Buyers $0.50 each. Children under 12 are FREE
Now that you have some information on the Hawai’i swap meets, you can go and enjoy supporting Hawaii’s local craft, recyclable items and local produce.
The more eco-conscious you become, the healthy your green lifestyle can be in Hawai’i!
And remember Hawai’i, to take care of your health, take care of life, take care of the environment and to think Green Hawai’i!