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Top Flea Markets Around Denver

July 24, 2012 6:00 AM

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When you’re looking for a bargain or a good place to spend a day on the weekend, a flea market is a great deal. With a wide variety of new and used merchandise, you can find anything that you need for a fraction of the price. Whether you are looking for specific items, such as antiques or a more broad variety of merchandise, there is a place in the Denver area for you. Here are some of the best flea markets in Denver.

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Mile High Flea Market
7007 E. 88th Ave.
Henderson, CO 80640
(303) 289-4656
www.milehighfleamarket.com

This 80-acre open air marketplace located at I-76 and 88th Avenue is one of the most well-known flea markets in Colorado. A place where people can buy and sell their things, this is the place to go for whatever you’re looking for. In addition to bargains and deals, this flea market also has food, rides and Colorado’s only year-round farmer’s market. Stop by to get some fresh, locally grown produce and whatever else you may need.

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Colorado Antique Gallery
5501 S. Broadway
Littleton, CO 80121
(303) 794-8100
www.coloradoantiquegallery.com

Denver’s largest antique mall, Colorado Antique Gallery features 51,000 square feet of antiques from more than 275 dealers. Whether you prefer classic vintage or shabby chic, this antique mall is the perfect place to go for home furnishings with character. The owners of this establishment do not sell their own merchandise, so as not to compete with sellers, ensuring a pleasant buying and selling experience for all. If you are looking for antiques or collectibles for you or anyone else, stop by the Colorado Antique Gallery.

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Lafayette Collectibles and Flea Market
130 E. Spaulding Road
Lafayette, CO 80026
(303) 665-0433
www.lafayettecollectibles.com

This 20,000 square foot market in the north metro area offers a great selection of decorations, home furnishings and collectibles. Since 1990, Lafayette Collectibles and Flea Market has offered visitors and fun, unique and affordable shopping experience. In addition to offering great bargains, this market is integrated into the community, getting involved in local events such as Art Walk. Every fourth Sunday through September, they also host a garage sale in their parking lot so that members of the community can buy and sell used merchandise.

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Tables to Teacups Indoor Flea Market
1420 Nelson Road
Longmont, CO 80501
(303) 485-7270
www.tablestoteacups.com

Opened in 2002 by two people with a love of antiques, this indoor flea market and consignment shop offers antique and modern home furnishings and collectibles. With merchandise available from more than 90 dealers and consigners, this market has a great selection of merchandise for people with many different style preferences. The store offers a lot of sales and discounts, including a ladies’ night after hours shopping event. They also assist with estate sales and moving sales, so give them a call if you are in the market for somebody to consign your gently used items.

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Denver Merchandise Mart
451 E. 58th Ave.
Denver, CO 80216
(303) 292-6278
www.denvermart.com

The Denver Merchandise Mart hosts several public shows and events throughout the year, bringing great bargains to consumers. Several wholesale tenants are also located in the Merchandise Mart for people who want a great bargain on quality merchandise. Events include everything from book and paper fairs to jewelry fairs to gluten-free food vendor fairs. Check out the calendar website for a full listing of permanent merchants and a calendar of public events.

Alaina Brandenburger is a freelance writer living in Denver. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.
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