On Sunday we visited Denver’s Christkindl Market. With claims to be an authentic German Christmas Market we wanted to check it out for ourselves. We also talked my brother and mom into coming with us.
We got there right when they opened at 11 am and it was pretty quiet.
There was a story time for kids read by Channel 7 News anchor. Cannon and Emmy loved it. By the time the stories were done it was past noon and the market was packed.
We enjoyed some German favorites including pretzels, mulled wine and Bavarian Sausage, all was delicious.
It was such a beautiful warm day, we all loved going.
The market is very dog friendly so my brother brought his sweet (giant) dog, Bosch got lots of attention and loved visiting everyone. Bosch only got nervous when we wasn’t close to the kids, he is very attached to them and likes to keep an eye on them.
The little merchants are dreamy as well. Cory and I have wanted a traditional German pyramid carousel for years and we were able to pick up one that was hand made in Germany. I am so excited about it.
It was so fun visiting especially with family. Highly recommend if you are in the Denver area during the holiday season.
Another perk of carpooling to Denver Denver together was that I got to sit in the back and hang out with Cannon. He is so much fun!
The Market is Free, Dog and family friendly!
Have you been to a German Christmas Market? My brother went to Germany to visit the markets at Christmas and it was fun to hear how Denver’s version compared.