Top 5 Best Things To Do In Denver, Colorado
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Restored red brick buildings, friendly locals, phenomenal food, buzzing arts scene and unlimited hiking trails – these are just a few of the things that make Denver, Colorado so special.
Top 5 Best Things To Do In Denver Colorado
Number 5: Red Rocks Park & Amphitheater.
Red Rocks Park & Amphitheater is about 15 miles from the city center but is well worth the commute as this is the most revered attraction around Denver — and there is a shuttle to get you here should you not have a car. Red Rocks is both a live music venue and a city park owned by Denver. The name comes from the striking red sandstone rock formations found along the trails that also form the walls of the outdoor amphitheater.
Number 4: Denver Botanic Gardens.
The Denver Botanic Gardens, first laid out in the late 1950s, is one of the largest botanical gardens in the United States, occupying 23 acres next to Cheesman Park. The various gardens display plants from all over the world. There are 43 individual gardens, some of which are laid out in natural landscapes, others of which are in more formal gardens.
Number 3: American Museum of Western Art.
For all those interested in the area, a visit to this gallery which focuses on depicting life in the west from the early 1800s through the present day will not disappoint! The museum’s mission is to promote the appreciation and understanding through its art exhibits by displaying the history, character and beauty of this amazing location, the American West!
Number 2: Mount Evans.
Are you and your family in the need of some significant fresh air? You won’t get air more significant than the air you’ll breathe at the top of Mount Evans! With an elevation of 14,271 ft and Colorado’s 12th highest peak, the amazing views and fresh air will certainly knock any remaining cobwebs off you!
Number 1: Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum.
What an interesting museum for all aircraft fans and their families! This fascinating venue, situated in a circa 1930’s former Air Force hangar, houses 150,000 sq ft of a truly awesome collection of more than four dozen aircraft and space vehicles, including such rarities as a B-18A Bolo, an Alexander Eaglerock built in Colorado and a Star Wars X-Wing fighter! Nicest of all, kids are more than welcome to try out the various apparatus which in the end can turn out to be very educational.
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