Denver Attractions

Denver Zoo

The Denver Zoo just celebrated their 125 anniversary and is the most popular paid attraction in Colorado.

Denver Botanic Gardens

The botanic gardens showcase gardens of the west, shady, ornamental, water and internationally inspired gardens. Summer concerts are also hosted in their sunken amphitheater.

16th Street Mall

16th Street Mall is a popular pedestrian promenade. It is lined with historic office buildings, outdoor cafes, restaurants, boutiques, shops, and more. The mile-long mall also offers free shuttle buses for your convenience. 1001 16th St Mall, Denver, CO 80265

Larimer Square

Larimer street, now known as Larimer Square, is where Denver began it is our original downtown! Explore downtown history while also sampling some of the best dining, shopping and nightlife in the city. 1450 Larimer Square, Denver, CO 80202

Denver Art Museum

The Denver Art Museum houses one of the largest art collections between the west coast and Chicago. It is most famous for its collection of American Indian art.

Coors Field

Coors Field is home to our Colorado Rockies, Denver’s Major League Baseball Team. If you have time catch a game or hang out in the newly built McGregor Square outside the stadium which has a jumbo TV, sports bars, restaurants and baseball themed outdoor spaces.

Denver Performing Arts Complex

The Denver Center for the Performing Arts is a nonprofit organization that brings Broadway tours, locally-produced Theatre Company productions, immersive experiences, intimate cabaret shows, statewide education programs, once-in-a-lifetime, events and more.

Cheesman Park

Cheesman Park is an urban greenspace and tranquil park in downtown Denver. It features, shady jogging trails, expansive lawns and neoclassical pavilion. Cheesman Park is said to be haunted. The land it occupies was the original cemetery of Denver and it is said to still have an estimated 2,000 bodies buried under it.

Union Station

Union Station opened its doors to Denver in 1881. Fast-forward 142 years later and it is the cultural hub and the “crown jewel” of Denver. The addition of world-class dining, shopping, and the award-winning Crawford Hotel has revitalized and transformed Denver Union Station far beyond its humble beginnings.

Meow Wolf

To understand Meow Wolf you need to experience Meow Wolf and it is an experience you will never forget. We can describe Meow Wolf as an immersive art experience that challenges your reality and heightens your imagination. Run, don’t walk to Meow Wolf.