Denver has some amazing opportunities to shop local this holiday season! These amazing holiday markets and shopping events around Denver are sure to have the perfect gift for everyone on your list!
Christkindl Market | Denver Downtown – Civic Center Park
November 19th – December 23rd
This award-winning annual holiday shopping event brings authentic German and European holiday traditions to Civic Center Park in Denver! This market opens every year on the Friday before Thanksgiving and lasts through the 23rd of December. Guests can find delicious cuisine, festive German drinks, handmade jewelry, toys, clothing, gifts, and much more. Live entertainment is featured inside the festival tent every evening, and dancing is highly encouraged!
Cherry Creek Holiday Market | Denver
November 18th – December 24th
Meet 30 local makers, designers, and creators on Fillmore Plaza in Cherry Creek North and enjoy a one-stop-shopping experience for all of your gifting needs this holiday season. From apparel to arts, watches to woodworking, food to firepits, there really is something for everyone!
Winter Gift Market | Denver Botanic Gardens
The Winter Gift Market is canceled for 2021, but will hopefully be back next year!
Sugar Plum Bazaar | Denver
November 20th and 21st
Come down to the Sugar Plum Bazaar and enjoy the lighting of the lights at the City and county building the same night!!! We will have over 100 local artisans and businesses as well as a couple of bars and food trucks. It is the perfect place to bring your family that is in town for the weekend and get ALL your holiday shopping done while supporting small businesses.
Christmas Market | Georgetown
December 11th & 12th
Don’t miss one of the BEST Christmas markets as the town of Georgetown transforms into a bustling Christmas scene reminiscent of Christmas of long ago. If you’ve been thinking about checking out holiday markets, this is the one! Thousands of people gather to experience a traditional Holiday where Christmas hasn’t changed in 100 years. There will be roasted chestnuts, shopping, horse-drawn wagon rides through Historic Georgetown, and wonderful sights and smells. St. Nicholas in his traditional dress and the daily procession of the Santa Lucia, as well as carolers in Victorian costume and dancers, will all bring Christmas to life for Colorado families!