Local Attractions

Denver is full of adventures waiting to be explored. Nestled at the foothills of the Rockies, the “Mile-High City” is famous for its natural beauty and ample opportunities to ski, hike, kayak, bike, or simply stroll the many lovely parks. The city has a thriving cultural scene brimming with performing arts, live music and comedy, museums and art galleries, and festivals and special events. Please visit Denver.org for more information on this majestic destination.

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Some of Our Must-see Spots Include:

  • Denver Museum of Nature & Science: The Denver Museum of Nature & Science features exhibits designed to take visitors on a journey through prehistoric times to present day. Patrons can even gain cosmic insight while viewing exhilarating films at the Phipps IMAX Theater in The Gates Planetarium.
  • LoDo Historic District: Nestled in the heart of downtown, Denver’s oldest neighborhood boasts a variety of renowned restaurants, shops, and boutiques against a remarkable backdrop. It also houses Coors Field, home of the Colorado Rockies. Visitors can take a tour of one of Major League Baseball’s premier ballparks or take in a game (the Rockies play against the San Francisco Giants in evening games on June 15 and June 16, 2017).
  • Denver Botanic Gardens: Located at the center of the city, this 23-acre landscape features 45 brilliant gardens and one of the nation’s top 10 conservatories.
  • Red Rocks Park: Hoisted 6,450 feet above sea level, Denver’s Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater provides spectacular views for hikers, bikers, outdoor enthusiasts, and music lovers alike. Try a challenging workout on one of the trails or view the concert calendar to see if there’s a show you’d like to attend while you’re in town for EAC.
  • Denver’s 16th Street Mall: Free shuttle buses carry visitors to and from boutiques, outdoor cafes, and historic office buildings located on a mile-long stretch that runs through downtown.