Mile High Flea Market is the oldest flea market in Denver. Its history began more than 40 years ago, in 1976. Now, Americans from all over the state of Colorado come here to find the right things for themselves. Fans of such markets appreciate them for a special atmosphere; you can find something unusual here and bargain for a long time.
The market is located near Highway 76 on the way from Denver to Henderson. Mile High Flea Market has indoor pavilions and open-air stalls, a special market for farmers, a children’s area, beer bars, a stage with live music, and much more. The flea market is not only a marketplace but also a place of relaxation for locals.
On weekends, more than 2,500 sellers work in the market. Every year, it is visited by over a million visitors. At the entrance, you can get acquainted with the scheme of Mile High Flea Market, make a route for yourself, and visit all the necessary stalls. A huge parking lot is organized for cars, and for the convenience of buyers, shopping carts are rented.
The camera is installed in front of the food court on Third Avenue, between L and M Streets. Here, you can try grilled dishes or homemade waffles.