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Top Flea Markets In Denver

September 17, 2013 6:00 AM

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(credit: Mile High Flea Market)

(credit: Mile High Flea Market)

(credit: Mile High Flea Market) (credit: Mile High Flea Market)

A flea market can offer hours of fun for collectors, hobbyists, decorators and deal seekers. Regardless of what you collect, there is a market out there at which you can find it. The Denver metro area has several flea markets and antiques marketplaces where you can find a great deal on the perfect addition to your collection. If you’re looking for furniture, home goods, dishwares or more, there is somewhere for you to spend a day and peruse.

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3 Kings Rock and Roll Garage Sale and Punk Rock Pot Luck
60 S. Broadway
Denver, CO 80209
(303) 777-7352
www.3kingstavern.com

From 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. on the 2nd Saturday of each month, South Broadway’s 3 Kings Tavern transforms into the coolest garage sale in town. Stop in and browse the merchandise while being entertained by a DJ. You can also sample food from those who bring it. If you’re a hipster with stuff to sell, contact the Tavern and ask about unloading it here. Bring a special dish along as well and enjoy some quality time looking for stuff to replace what you’ve sold.

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Mile High Flea Market
I-76 and 88th Ave.
Henderson, CO 80640
(303) 289-4656
www.milehighfleamarket.com

The most well-known flea market in the metro area, Mile High Flea Market has everything from a farmers’ market to events and rides. Open every weekend year round, this is a great place to find clothing, antiques, home furnishings, fruit and much more. For a small entrance fee, which varies depending on the day, you will have access to 80 acres of reasonably priced merchandise. You can also sell your stuff here, which is perfect for apartment and townhouse dwellers who may not have space for a yard sale.

Front Range Mercantile
1201 S. Sunset St.
Longmont, CO 80501
(303) 776-6605

If you prefer an indoor shopping experience, the Front Range Mercantile is the place for you. With a wide variety of merchandise from antiques to jewelry to clothing, you can sift through a lot and come away with some amazing finds. The booths are well organized, so you can easily locate categories of merchandise and find what you want. Head up north and browse through everything from collectibles to antiques and find a great new piece for your home.

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Noble Treasures Antiques
409 S. Public Road
Lafayette, CO 80026
(303) 926-4060
www.nobletreasures.wordpress.com

Add some class and pizzazz to your home with antique furniture or accessories from Noble Treasures. This shop in downtown Lafayette offers a cozy, homey vibe, and you will feel right at home browsing the merchandise. With classic pieces like office desks and couches to shabby chic butcher blocks, cabinets and more, you can find a new/old piece that speaks to your personality and meshes with other items in your house. The shop also offers tips and ideas for ways you can refurbish items in the store if you want to.

Eron Johnson Antiques
389 S. Lipan St.
Denver, CO 80223
(303) 777-8700
www.eronjohnsonantiques.com

For higher-end antiques and collectibles, check out Eron Johnson Antiques. Items available at this store come from all over the world, and they are intricately detailed. Come by this store if you want something that is ornate and beautifully crafted. Art enthusiasts and decorators alike will love the wide selection of fine art and furniture available at Eron Johnson Antiques. The shop also holds pop-up boutiques on occasion to showcase work from local artists. If you’re in the mood to find a new piece for your collection, give this store a try.

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

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