- Landmark Mayan Theatre
- Coors Brewery Tour
- Museum of Nature & Science
- Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater
- Denver Art Museum
- Denver Zoo
- Forest Room 5
- Watercourse Foods– Denver’s original vegan restaurant.
- Work and Class
- Last but not the least, Denver Botanic Garden.
Colorado’s capital city, and an American metropolis dating to the Old West era, Denver is a city that is full of adventures and places to visit. Visitors can enjoy a handful of activities and see many great sceneries.
We have gathered the top 10 places you should go to in Denver
Landmark Mayan Theatre
Dating all the way back to the 1930s, Landmark Mayan Theater, run by Landmark Theaters, is known as the best place to watch a film in Denver. Even without the modern fancy system and enormous screen, the theatre has a historic feel and look as well as a romantic vibe to it. It is one of the country’s remaining three theatres designed in the Art Deco Mayan Style and the city has claimed it to be a historic landmark. With a 4.5/5 rating on TripAdvisor, visitors have said it to be a place “for interesting films that are hard to find” as well as “gorgeous and entertaining.” One reviewer, Suzanne L, says that “The Mayan is a fabulous, old-fashioned theater with a great line-up of shows. You’ll always find something interesting showing and good ice cream nearby.”
Coors Brewery Tour
Visiting the Coors Brewery and taking a tour is a must for those who enjoy a good drink and who interested in getting an up-close look and experience what goes on inside a brewery. The Coors Brewery 30-minute tour includes the malting, brewing, and packaging process of their great beers before the visitors get a chance to taste it. The Coors Brewery in Golden—still standing on the same ground where the founder, Adolph Coors, set up the shop in 1873—is the world’s biggest single-site brewery in the world. If that’s not enough to get you to book your own tour, then we don’t know what is!
Museum of Nature & Science
To all nature and science nerds, or those who just enjoy learning, the Museum of Nature & Science is a place in Denver you never want to miss. In this museum, you can expect to see a variety of nature and science from dinosaur bones to Egyptian mummies. The “nature & science” part of the museum covers more than just nature and basic science; this museum covers a variety of scientific areas such as anthropology, zoology, geology, health sciences, paleontology, and space science. With general admission being $16.95 for adults, $13.95 for seniors, and children ages 3 to 18, visitors at all ages leave the museum with added knowledge about science and the world.
Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater
To the outdoor enthusiasts visiting Denver, a visit to the Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater might be something you would want to consider. Occupying 700-something acres of excellent views of the Rocky Mountains, miles of hiking trails, and cinnamon-hued sandstone cliffs, the Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater offers visitors the fascinating sight of the transition between the Great Plains and the Rocky Mountains. If the spectacular view isn’t enough for you, there is also the Amphitheater that has hosted many headliners such as The Beatles, Tom Petty, and John Denver. The theater, created by nature’s red rocks, gives amazing acoustics and a great concert atmosphere. 9 out of 10 local experts on Travel US News said that the Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater is a must-see for all visitors. It is recommended that you stop by the visitor center, where you can learn about the park’s history and trails. Don’t forget to take pictures of the picturesque views here!
Denver Art Museum
To those who love art, Denver Art Museum is somewhere you want to be. Located in the Civic Center of Denver, the museum offers a range of extensive art collection, world-class exhibitions, as well as helping visitors to explore art and creativity through hands-on activities. As soon as you enter the museum, you are greeted with a warm welcome at the door and throughout your visit, the warm reception continues, whether it be the security, gift shop, security, or ticket manager.
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To all animal lovers, the Denver Zoo is your playground! You might have gone to other zoos but this Denver Zoo is a must visit in Denver. Whether you are by yourself, with a significant other, with friends, or family, the Denver Zoo is a “wonderful zoo that has large, adequate areas for the animals.” and “many animals that were very active and sociable,” according to Fonda B, a visitor. You can expect animals such as mandrills, Asian elephants, zebras, gorillas, Bactrian camels, Indian peafowls, red pandas, African wild dogs, African penguins, and the list goes on!
Forest Room 5
Well-known for being a hip night spot, with its artsy and rustic interior and outdoor area, Forest Room 5 calls the attention of all hipsters. According to an Airbnb host, Lia, the bar is the “Weirdest, albeit coolest, bar in Denver. Hipster to the highest degree.” The owner has said that the bar’s purpose is to celebrate the beauty of nature in the city. When you visit, you can expect a campfire—because they’re all year round—, a stream running through, a rope swing upstairs, taxidermy in every corner, and you can also expect to be relaxed and laid back. You can also take lots of pictures on Instagram or for memories.
Watercourse Foods– Denver’s original vegan restaurant.
Vegetarian or vegan? No need to worry, Watercourse Foods is a restaurant you can go to that has a 100% vegan menu. With a welcoming and friendly atmosphere, Watercourse Foods prepares fresh ingredients every single day to offer incredibly satisfying and mouth-watering vegan comfort foods. Even if you’re not vegan or vegetarian, you can still pay this restaurant a visit for its yummy foods!
Work and Class
On the topic of food, another highly rated restaurant in Denver is Work & Class. This Latin-American restaurant has a relaxed and comfy location and serves home-style Latin American cuisine and cocktails.
Last but not the least, Denver Botanic Garden.
If you just want peace, relaxation, and enjoy the comforts of nature, then going to the Denver Botanic Garden should be a go-to when you visit Denver. With each area being well thought out, your experience of visiting here is going to educational and just utterly beautiful—you are able to enjoy the acres of garden, water features, and seasonal sculptures. There are exhibitions, such as The Blossom of Light exhibit, that you just can’t miss. This place is definitely enjoyable for everyone of all ages, especially photographers!
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