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Experience Denver
Welcome to Denver, where 300 days of sunshine, a thriving cultural scene, diverse neighborhoods and natural beauty combine for the world's most spectacular playground.  

Things to Do


 16th Street Mall

Red Rocks Park
& Amphitheatre

 Sculpture Garden  Sports Authority Field

The Big Blue Bear 

Cherry Creek Trail  City and Country Building Denver Art Museum

Denver Museum of
Nature & Science 

Union Station  Elitch Gardens  Larimer Square
Tours & Day Trips


Day Trips

 Colorado State Capitol

Colorado Segway Tours

Coors Field - Home of the Colorado Rockies

Denver Graffiti Tour

Denver Like A Local Tours

Denver Microbrew Tour

Historic Denver Walking Tours

Mile High Bike Tours

Taste of Denver Food Tours

Boulder, Colorado

Dinosaur Ridge

Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre

Buffalo Bill Museum & Grave

Wild Animal Sanctuary

Central City and Black Hawk

Mount Evans Scenic Byway

Rocky Mountain National Park

Vail, Colorado




 Did You Know?
 Fun Facts About Denver!

Denver has One of the Most Walkable Downtowns in the Nation

Denver boasts the 10th largest downtown in America and one of the most exciting and walkable. Within a mile radius, downtown Denver has three major sports stadiums, the nation's second-largest performing arts center, three colleges with 30,000 students, an assortment of art and history museums, a mint that produces 10 billion coins a year, a river offering white water rafting, more than 8,400 hotel rooms, a $140 million theme and water park, a $100 million aquarium and 300 restaurants. 



Denver has 300 Days of Sunshine a Year

Located east of a major mountain range, Denver has a mild, dry and sunny climate with more annual hours of sun than San Diego or Miami Beach. In winter, Denver is dryer than Phoenix with an average daily high of 45 degrees (7 degrees Celsius) in February. Gold courses remain open all year and have been played as many as 30 days in January. 


Denver is Near the Mountains, Not in Them

There are 200 named peaks visible from Denver, including 32 that soar to 13,000 feet (4,000 meters) and above. The mountain panorama visible from Denver is 140 miles (225km) long. 


Denver's History is Short but Colorful

In 1858, there was not a single person living in the Denver metro area. Thirty years later, Colorado was a state with a population of almost 200,000. It was a Gold Rush that caused this boom, and in a 30-year period, Denver saw some of the wildest events in the Wild, Wild West. This fascinating period is relived in museums, old gold mining villages and hundreds of elegant Victorian buildings. 


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