If skiing or snowboarding is not your ideal way of spending a weekend in Colorado, you may want to consider binging on random, awesome stuff at a local flea market. You never know what you will discover at one of our 10 best Colorado flea markets. Only one way to find out
Explore the Mile High Flea Market
Arguably the best flea market in Colorado, Mile High has come a long way since opening in 1976. Aside from having over 3,000 outdoor vendors, this flea market also has enclosed shops, a year round farmers market, kiddie rides, food stands, live music and a lot more. No wonder Mile High attracts thousands of visitors every weekend.
Get your “fleak” on at the Denver Flea
Denver Flea is more like a party where you see old friends and meet new ones. It has everything you want in a weekend, from booze, to music to fun, fun, fun. A seasonal flea market, it brings together over 100 vendors who showcase their locally made products.
Go treasure hunting at Colorado Antique Gallery
If you’re in search of a perfect gift or just want to add something special to your personal collection, then head to the Colorado Antique Gallery. With over 50,000 square feet of retail space and over 275 antique dealers, you are sure to find what you’re looking for. You don’t have to worry about not having enough time to browse because they’re open 7 days a week.
Strike a bargain at Federal Indoor Flea Market
A hidden treasure in the heart of Denver, Federal Indoor Flea is a low-key market that sells new and used items at bargain prices. Shop for a prom or a wedding dress. Or, just simply stroll around and you might just find something that might catch your fancy
Own a one of a kind art piece from Sweet William Market
Sweet William Market is the best place to look for uncommon treasures that cannot easily be found in retail outlets. Located in the heart of Stapleton and now on it’s tenth season, this seasonal market is a go to place for finding high quality made merchandise from local artisans and collectors. Shoppers will always find food vendors and musicians performing in the event.
Lafayette Collectibles and Flea Market
This flea market in Lafayette started with just 17 vendors in 1990. Now after 25 years, it has grown to more than ten times its size and is still growing. Frequent shoppers spend hours hunting for the best deals and never leave the store empty handed.
Find everything form “Tables to Teacups” in this indoor flea market
Tables To Teacups has been voted as one of the best antique mall and flea markets on the front range from 2012 to 2015. Aside from the regular flea market in Longmont, they also host the Outdoor Soup to Nuts Community Sale and Flea Market on the last Sunday of the month from April to October. Customers are sure to find a wide variety of items just waiting to be discovered.
Try your luck at Horseshoe Craft and Flea Market
The horseshoe has always been associated with good luck. True to its name, this flea market aims at helping customers stumble upon “lucky finds”. Since its first opening in Denver in 2010, Horseshoe remains a premier marketplace for high quality handmade items, vintage and indie craft.
Say “Oh la la” at A Paris Street Market
For 15 years, this Aspen Grove flea market has delighted shoppers and bargain hunters with impressive vintage, antique and artisan collectibles. It is open to the public every first Saturday of the month. Last December they hosted the “Rue de Noel”, an annual Christmas market where it attracted thousands of visitors in search of the perfect gift for the holidays.
Check out the cool items at Valverde Bazaar Outdoor Market
Although still new in the flea market scene, Valverde Bazaar has already been gaining a reputation among bargain hunters. It has been voted as Denver’s best new flea market in 2014 by Westword and has been featured in Colorado Homes and Lifestyles Magazine Fabulous Flea Market in their May 2014 issue. This pop-up outdoor market brings together over 85 vendors as well as food trucks in their event.