Here's a Different Way to Marathon in Denver: Shopping.

You’ll find plenty of opportunities for shopping in Denver, from independently owned boutiques and local art galleries to storefronts for big-name global brands.

 

The best places to shop in Denver are the city’s many eclectic neighborhoods. Cherry Creek, for instance, is a high-end retail hub, with stores like Burberry, Chanel, Coach, Swarovski and Hermès offering a wide array of luxury goods. Larimer Square is another shopping-friendly neighborhood, home to stores like Cotopaxi, Beach Haus Swimwear and Moda Man, to name a few.

If you love vintage items, head to Antique Row, which is located just south of downtown on South Broadway. Here, you’ll find many long-standing antique dealers that have been operating for decades, like Corky’s Antiques and Gallagher Books & Antiques.

 

Art lovers Art District on Santa Fe, should make a beeline for the then peruse the inspiring creations at spots like Spark Gallery and Bitfactory Gallery. Cherry Creek North is another great neighborhood to shop for art, with more than a dozen galleries nestled within 16 walkable outdoor blocks. 

 

Budget-seekers will find lots of affordable shopping options in the Mile High City, especially at Denver Premium Outlets and Colorado Mills. The city is also home to dozens of thrift and secondhand shops, like SecondLove in the Berkeley neighborhood and Common Threads on South Pearl.

Sometimes you just want... jewelry or new clothes.

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