Things to Do in Denver

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If you need an indoor activity on a rainy day, check out the marvelous Clyfford Still Museum—opened in November 2011—for a focused look at the iconic... Read More

From the Daniel Libeskind-designed building to the museum's more than 70,000 diverse works, the Denver Art Museum is a must-do for art lovers visiting... Read More

An oasis in the city with a rotating lineup of sculptures and art, the Denver Botanic Gardens is family-friendly nature fun located just outside of... Read More

Easily identifiable by the 60-foot fiberglass dancers displayed out front, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) is located on the edge... Read More

What used to be a nondescript train station has become the most popular spot in Lower Downtown thanks to a $500 million renovation. As the city's... Read More

A local favorite in West Highland, El Camino is a lively Mexican restaurant and bar with a bright pink façade and windows that open onto 32nd... Read More

Located inside a former firehouse, this Highland bar blends the aesthetics of a mountain cabin and a contemporary art gallery. The candlelit... Read More

Kids and adults alike will love this hands-on and high-tech look at Colorado's most interesting history. Visitors enter into a four-story hall that uses... Read More

A carnivalesque watering hole, panels of red and blue lights illuminate the back wall while bright red stools and tent-shaped booths flank the bar area.... Read More

The Mile High City has consistently been named one of America's best places for craft beer, so a self-guided tour of Denver's best breweries (like Great... Read More

This small, edgy museum in Lower Downtown provides a perfect afternoon escape for modern art lovers with a well-curated selection of rotating... Read More

Look for a brick building on the corner of 15th and Platte, and you’ll find My Brother’s Bar, which has no signage and can be difficult to... Read More

Recent transplants to Denver and long-time locals all have one thing in common: everyone loves Red Rocks. And for good reason. Located a mere 25-minute... Read More

A hotspot for Broadway hipsters and those who fancy themselves trend-setters, Sputnik’s retro red leather booths and vintage bar stools make it a... Read More

Larimer Square's stylish, upscale club caters to the who’s who of Denver in addition to visiting celebrities. Geometric patterns repeat through... Read More

Work off all of those craft brews with a stroll or bike ride down the Cherry Creek Bike Trail, a mostly flat, well-paved path that runs from downtown... Read More

Opened the day after Prohibition ended in 1933, the Cruise Room is one of the oldest bars in Denver. Located off the lobby of LoDo’s Oxford Hotel,... Read More

Located in a fairly nondescript office park just off a busy highway, Udi's draws locals not so much for its ambience—which is pleasant, but a... Read More

For decades, Washington Park has been the go-to destination for Denverites who want to picnic, read a book, or play volleyball. Made up of two lakes,... Read More

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