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Denver Shopping

Denver shopping can be quite an adventure that includes more than just the run-of-the-mill shopping malls. Find antiques or Indian art or shop al fresco while visiting the many boutiques that line trendy avenues filled with cafes and art galleries. You can even get one of a kind finds in the town’s flea markets or treat yourself to designer clothes in fashionable malls.

If you are into period furniture and you wish to find a special piece dating back to the 17th or 18th centuries, antique American Indian art or great American regional paintings, one place comes to mind: Eron Johnson Antiques. This is truly unique in Denver shopping. Best of all, they will ship your purchase for you.

Denver shopping would not be complete without visiting Earthzone Mineral and Fossil Gallery, a superb place for art and jewelry made from natural fossils. The owners are delightful and will amaze you with their knowledge of minerals, fossils and semi-precious stones. No trip to this part of the Country would be complete without purchasing great Western and Southwestern art, Navajo Indian rugs and baskets; you won’t go wrong at Mudhead Gallery, where every item has been tastefully selected for its customers.

Tip: If you are more into the contemporary end, you will find beautiful glass art by local and national renowned artists at Pismo Contemporary Art Glass.

Flea Markets
Among the several flea markets, you’ll soon discover that the Mile High flea market, with 80 paved acres, filled with brand name and closeout items is the place to shop. You’ll find everything you need or want.

Chic, Trendy and Unique
If hunting for antiques is not your cup of tea, don’t worry; Cherry Creek North Shopping District is a 26 block section of galleries, boutiques and restaurants. This is definitely among the best for Denver shopping. The selection of boutiques will astound you, and the range of prices will please you.

The trendy and upscale neighborhood of Cherry Creek offers the finest in Denver shopping, with top name shops like Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co. and more. This is a gated community, famous for its expensive homes with manicured lawns and fancy country club.

16th Street Mall plus More
You can’t go wrong with the 16th Street Mall, sixteen blocks of heavenly Denver shopping in the downtown area, between Market and Broadway streets. A shuttle service transports shoppers to more than a mile of Denver’s best restaurants and shops. These sixteen blocks have recently become a wireless Internet hot spot, offering you the opportunity to log on for free anywhere in this area. 16th Street Mall is the perfect spot to find those cowboy boots or a chic outfit and enjoy and cool latte or hot chocolate.

Larimer Square is another unique place for Denver shopping. Its historic Victorian neighborhood is home to specialty boutiques and original concept restaurants. You will feel as if you stepped back in time.

But the Denver shopping experience does not end here. There are numerous other malls, offering a variety in styles of clothing and regional specialties.

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