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Best Thrift Stores in Denver

Thrifting in big cities is always a treat, and something I do wherever I travel. There are dozens of amazing thrift stores in Denver, so I curated a list of my favorites for you. Whether you are a local wanting more thrifting suggestions, or visiting from out of town, this list is for everyone!

Goodwill on Broadway

(21 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80209)

South Broadway has a bunch of amazing thrift and vintage stores, so the first few in this blog post are located near each other on this street. I have shopped in a dozen Goodwill's and this is by far the biggest I've been in, with a wide variety of men's and women's apparel. I love their home decor section, and they always have the best seasonal items too.

ARC Thrift Stores

(1515 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80210)

ARC Thrift Stores are scattered everywhere around Colorado and are some of my favorite thrift stores to shop at. Most of their items are vintage, and sold at very affordable prices. This location is my favorite so far.

Goldmine Vintage

(227 Broadway, Denver, CO 80203)

Goldmine Vintage is a vintage and consignment store located on South Broadway as well. This store is an all-time favorite of mine. I've found the coolest vintage pieces here including 70s and 80s ski onesies and winter sweaters. They have the best selection of vintage clothing at great prices! Also, yes I wear my onesies skiing - they are by far the warmest ski clothing I own and way cheaper than full-priced ski gear.

Peak Thrift

(4890 N Pecos St, Denver, CO 80221)

I tried to visit Peak Thrift, but sadly it was closed. I've heard great things and they have great reviews, so I recommend checking them out.

Treasure Trunk Thrift Shop

(5892 W 44th Ave, Wheat Ridge, CO 80212)

This thrift store has a lot of great vintage clothing. I went for the first time pretty recently, and I also found some great affordable home decor.

Brass Armadillo Antique Mall

(11301 W. I-70 Frontage Rd, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033)

If you are an antique lover, this antique mall is a MUST visit. I spent 2 hours walking around this massive store. When we get a house, this is the first place I'm coming to find decor and little knick knacks.


I have recently found a bunch of local online thrift/antique stores who sell their unique finds on Instagram. If you're in the process of decorating a house or an apartment, make sure to check out these locally-owned, small businesses for amazing home decor!


 I'm Emily, creator of Leisurely Lane! I'm a Colorado lifestyle blogger here to create meaningful content to inspire you through travel, fashion and more!



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