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30 Jun 2018
“AFRICAN MARKET-W. 116TH ST. HARLEM-NYC.”
21 Jun 2018
“Very Cool Market”
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52 W 116th St, New York City, NY 10026-2509
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Reviewed 30 June 2018 via mobile

When in NYC visit THE AFRICAN MARKET on W. 116th St. in Harlem. Beautiful African sculptures and clothes at a responsible price.

Thank James B
Reviewed 21 June 2018

Visited recently. Although the clothing was not my speed, there were interesting arts and crafts for sale. The vendors were very pleasant as well

Thank Benjy56
Reviewed 23 October 2017 via mobile

You could skip this, prefer doing my shopping at Chinatown instead. But if you around the area, do come and drop by. Maybe you find something you need.

Thank Anthony L
Reviewed 14 June 2017 via mobile

I visited this marketplace in a hot morning of June, at 10,30 a.m. only few shops were open. It's a nice little African marketplace up in Harlem. The products they sell look hand crafted and seems to be of West African origin. I like Africa...More

Thank Rokenya
Reviewed 20 January 2017 via mobile

We were disappointed by this market, it is quite small and has a very limited range of things for sale. There were some authentic-looking west African masks for sale, some fake 'designer' handbags and the rest was basically African jewellery and dresses. There was no...More

1  Thank LeahSydney01
Reviewed 3 October 2016 via mobile

I'm so glad I went. I love Malcolm X and what he represented, so I am ecstatic to see they preserved this place beautifully. To look at the spot where this beautiful buffalo soldier fell, it's heartbreaking. But we should remember. We can never forget,...More

Thank Monique w
Reviewed 3 August 2016 via mobile

This is a nice little African marketplace up in Harlem. I have taken visiting tour groups here for years. Most of the them find it very exotic and interesting. The products they sell look hand crafted and seems to be of West African origin. If...More

Thank Bjørnar S
Reviewed 10 May 2016

My wife and I went shopping at the Malcolm Shabazz Harlem Market in NYC. There a several rows of African art, clothes and miscellaneous items. The prices are very affordable and you can bargain with the various merchants.

Thank Ben B
Reviewed 28 December 2015

The Harlem Market was such a delight and welcoming venture especially because my husband is from West Africa. It was like a little bit of Africa in New York. I'm an earring fanatic and I purchased 6 pairs from the market. The vendors carry a...More

Thank Sky G
Reviewed 17 December 2015

I have visited this market a number of times and it is always an interesting experience. The items are authentic African pieces and while you have to often negotiate your price, you will walk away with some pretty nice pieces. During a recent visit to...More

Thank Hamptongirl1998
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