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Things to do in Denver

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The top 26 attractions in Denver

Museums in Denver
Molly Brown House
The Molly Brown House was home to the most famous survivor of the Titanic. Today you can visit this 1889 home, designed by architect William Lang. The Molly Brown House is part of the new historical trail through Denver.
Nature Reserves in Denver
Rocky Mountains National Park
After seeing stunning places in the Canadian Rockies as Mount Sulphur, the Peyto Lake orMoraine Lake, I wanted to visit the U.S. Rocky Mountains, which epitomized the national park. Despite being May, it still had a lot of snow, in fact it was not possible to pass from the west entrance to this area (I recommend the latter). Pine forests and lakes, along with numerous wildlife, deer, elk, .... and surrounded by ski resorts make this area, located about two hours north of Denver, one of the areas away from the city of the locals.
Streets in Denver
16th Street Mall
The 16th Street Mall Street is one of the few attractions within the city of Denver. It is in a pedestrian area with many shops, malls, a cinema, bars and restaurants. On the same street there are areas with chairs, benches and other seating to rest. If you get tired of walking you can also take the free bus that runs along the road to the end and go to a tiny park right next to the river.
Gardens in Denver
Cheeseman Park
The Cheesman Park is situated in a residential neighborhood in the city of Denver, about 20 minutes walk from the heart of town. With its big lawns and trees, it is a nice place to have a picnic, rest, take a nap, bike or run. Excellent for family time, and it is also situated next to a botanical garden for those ve want a little more diversity in the flowers!
Stadiums in Denver
Coors Field
Coors Field is the name of the baseball field in Denver, Colorado. Built in 1995 for the Colorado Rockies, it is sponsored by Coors beer, a local specialty produced in the nearby town of Golden. Baseball games are a real social event in the US, worth seeing even if, like me, you're not passionate about sports. The atmosphere is a far cry from the hysteria of a European football stadium, as people come here to eat and chat. Sometimes we were left wondering if anyone was actually watching the game, but the huge cheers after each home run left us in no doubt!
Historical Monuments in Denver
Colorado State Capitol
The Capitol, the Official Office of the Government of COlorado, is down Colfax street, on the way to the commercial street on 16th. The imposing architecture of the building, which dates from the late 19th century, make you remember the streets of the federal capital, Washington. If you are lucky and have good English, you may also visit the building requesting information by phone!
Cathedrals in Denver
Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception
Denver Cathedral, although modest, is still appreciable, reaching the center and its skyscrapers and shopping. Before arriving at the Capitol, you can enjoy the building. Hopefully you can enter and enjoy the calm, silence and architecture. One of the little buildings of history in the city!
Neighborhoods in Denver
If you're getting tired of Little Five Points, then head a couple of streets north to Decatur. It has the same hippie culture but it feels less naive and more urban. Here you'll find some creative restaurants, organic food stores, used record stores, second hand clothing, folklore, art, and many bars. There's some great graffiti on the walls, too. It's very near Little Five Points if you travel by car, and a bit further if you walk.
Museums in Denver
Gates Planetarium
The Denver Museum of Nature & Science inspires curiosity and excites minds of all ages through scientific discovery and the presentation and preservation of the world's unique treasures. It's goal is to create a community of critical thinkers who can learn from past lessons and act as responsible stewards for the Earth's future.
Museums in Denver
Denver Zoological Gardens
Denver Zoological Gardens, is north of Colorado. It has a large amount of species of animals, around 366, among which there are 109 types of mammals, 179 types of birds, 60 types of reptiles, 13 types of amphibians and 5 of invertebrates. It is open every day of the week and the admission is very fair.
Airports in Denver
Denver international airport
Denver International Airport
Museums in Denver
Byers-Evans House
Byers - Evanshouse - Property of the Colorado Historical Society is one of the more than 15,400 museums in the U.S.. It will surely make an impact on you only to see it, due to its incredible decoration. The tranquil atmosphere offers a place that will allow you to contemplate all the works.
Museums in Denver
The Museum of Western Art
This is dedicated to the appreciation, presentation and promotion of the culture of the American West as expressed through art and artifacts. It's a display for Western art and artists from both the past and present, and gives art and history education for people of all ages. Its focus is on the American West.
Museums in Denver
Children's Museum of Denver
The Children's Museum is one of those places you just have to visit in the beautiful city of Denver, Colorado. Go with friends or family and spend an unforgettable time looking at the marvelous exhibits.
Museums in Denver
Mizel Museum of Judaica
Currently the museum is hosting a new exhibition showing Jewish history and culture from around the world. The exhibition includes artifacts, buildings, videos, photography, and interactive media technology.
Museums in Denver
Denver Botanic Gardens
Denver Botanic Gardens has magnificent plants from all over the world. Whether alone or as part of a group, you can enjoy the beauty of the gardens, expand your knowledge of plants and receive personalized attention from our staff. They will share their knowledge and passion, and there are tours of two of our 3 sites: Denver Botanic Gardens and Mount Goliath.
Airports in Denver
This city, although is growing way too fast, it’s the best place to call it home!
Museums in Denver
Black American West Museum
If you spend time around the city of Denver or are visiting or live there, you must visit the Black American West Museum and Heritage Center. YOu will leave quite impressed for its magnitude and the way they display the art, and you will see them feeling really calm. You will leave with a nice memory.

The best things to do in Denver

Have you booked you tickets but still aren't sure what to do in Denver?
Don't worry, there are lots of places to visit in Denver. The city, although unknown to many, has an important natural, cultural and historical heritage.

Among all the things to see in Denver, one that stands out is the mountain range surrounding the city, a place for winter sports, hiking and enjoying the stunning natural areas. Vail, Aspen, Loveland,
Eldora and Keystone are some of the ski resorts that Denver and the surrounding areas have to offer.

One of the best things to do in Denver proper is visiting Civic Center Park, a large green space with lots to offer about Denver's history as state capital: the Capitol building and the buildings of the City and County of Denver. The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver is another of the best Denver attractions, especially for culture lovers. It's famous both for its exterior and the works of art that it houses inside.

Even after a long day of sightseeing, there is still a ton of fun stuff to do in Denver at night. There are bars, restaurants and round-the-clock entertainment. Make sure to head down to 16th Street to find the latest and most trendy attractions in Denver. It's a good place to relax and the perfect end to a day of Denver activities.