Antique Row on Broadway
1100–1800 S. Broadway
Denver, CO 80209
Antique Row on Broadway should always the first stop on an antiquing adventure in Denver. There are stores on this stretch of Broadway that cater to almost every genre of antiques and collectibles alongside restaurants where you can refuel while you bargain hunt. The area spans seven blocks from Alameda Avenue to Evans. The buildings themselves are even vintage, having previously housed such businesses as the Ford Motor Company, Gates Rubber Factory and the Overland Park Race Track stables. There are more than 25 shops with just a couple of them listed individually below where you will find not only antiques, but also garden supplies, fine wine, handcrafted gift items, lighting and custom furniture makers.
Turn of the Century Antiques
1475 South Broadway
Denver, CO 80210
Located on Antique Row, Turn of the Century Antiques sits in a unique faux painted building on Broadway that is packed from wall to wall with antique dolls, toys and stuffed animals. The collection of dolls here include French bisque, French fashion, China head, German Bisque, German Character, Madame Alexander and a Shirley Temple Collection. The shop’s website allows you to browse and purchase online if you live out of the area or wish to ship a gift to another location.
1452 S Broadway
Denver, CO 80210
Frontier Gallery specializes in antique guns like Springfield muskets, Winchesters, Kentuckys, Civil War carbines and Colts. Along with the firearms, the store also contains other antique weapons like swords, knives and bayonets. Members of the staff are very knowledgeable about the merchandise and are happy to answer any questions or help you find a specific firearm or weapon that you desire for your collection.
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Village Antique Mall
827 Corona Street
Denver, CO 80218
This antique mall consists of 60 vendors that offer both antiques and collectible at very affordable prices, Village Antique Mall is set up much like a consignment store. Whether you are looking for Victorian, Americana, traditional or shabby chic, you will be able to find that perfect piece for your home here. The Village Antique Mall is also a great place to shop for unique gifts and quirky memorabilia. From vintage furniture, jewelry and nick-knacks to records, period hats, old kitchenwares, books and lighting, this mall has it all. The owner is friendly and helpful and will do her best to help you find something specific. Make sure you check out the basement of the store too––there are lots of bargains to be discovered.
The Brass Armadillo
11301 West I-70 Frontage Rd.
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
At 49,000 square feet, this antique hunting destination is a one-stop-shopping trip. More than 600 antique and vintage dealers are housed in this location off of Kipling and I-70. The Brass Armadillo has holiday specials, outdoor sales and special events throughout the year. You can even sign up for text message alerts so you will never miss a bargain. The hardest thing will be figuring out how to get there. Exit at either Kipling or Ward Road and then head to the frontage road. The Brass Armadillo is just West of Medved Chevrolet in Wheat Ridge.
1824 S. Broadway
Denver, CO 80210
Flossy’s is not technically an antique shop, but it should always be on your list when looking for vintage clothing, unique period costumes, antique collectibles, jewelry, shoes and other accessories. Some of the items here are re-productions, but many are authentic pieces sold to Flossy or donated by people cleaning out their cupboards. You can spend hours here going through this large and overstuffed store and you are guaranteed to have a good time while treasure hunting.
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