You can buy just about anything you can think of at the tianguis--from sparkly dog leashes to pink pigs to lamps, the brighter the better.
How about some ceramic Madonnas? Or is it supposed to be Snow White?
And if you're hungry, there are stalls cooking food and offering the Mexican Aguas, like a heavily sweetened fruit punch.
You can even get your hair cut at the market or search through piles of miscellaneous hardware for the particular piece you need.
The market is a great place for kids. Here are few that caught my eye.
We found the vendors there very friendly. Here's Harry posing with a couple who were cooking breakfast at a well-equipped stand. They even have matching aprons.