Things to do in denver colorado

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Mile High Wine Tours

The best way to enjoy Denver and celebrate any special occasion. Discover Denver’s burgeoning wine industry with a wine tasting adventure to some of the area’s finest wineries. Take your wine knowledge and palate to the next level with unique urban winery estate tours with dozens of different hand crafted red and white wine.

Denver Nightlife Tours

Experience the best personalized nightlife in Denver with this all inclusive “all you can drink” or bottle service 3 – 5 hour tours, VIP entrances, reserved tables & escorted bar crawl that includes 3 of the best bar/clubs in the area not to mention bottle service in at least two of the venues of the night.

Top 7 fun things to do in Denver

Besides wine tasting tours. We wanted to share with you some of the top attractions and activities to do in Denver. This is our opinion, as well as, what our winery tour guests have consistently suggested in the past.

Stroll through Downtown

Stroll through Downtown

Denver’s downtown blends both a hipster and an urban chic vibe. Walk down through the 16th Street Mall to check out all of the shops, bars, and restaurants. You can even take the free shuttle up and down this colorful shopping mall and save some time. We also recommend checking out Denver’s Larimer Square (on Larimer & 15th) and experience Denver’s urban shopping and dining district. This street is filled with Victorian buildings, specialty boutiques and unique bars and restaurants including Corridor 44, Rioja wine bar among others.

Molly Brown House Museum

Molly Brown House Museum

The Molly Brown House Museum was constructed in 1889 by William Lang in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. Margaret and J.J. Brown purchased the home in 1894 after making their fortune in gold mining. It was in Margaret “Molly” Brown’s possession until her death in 1932. In 1970 Historic Denver, Inc. was organized to save the home from potential destruction. Historic Denver, Inc. purchased the Molly Brown House and opened it as a Museum. Aided by historic photographs taken during Mrs. Brown’s occupancy, Historic Denver has authentically restored the home to the opulence of turn-of-the-century Denver and Mrs. Brown’s lavish lifestyle. This museum has been quite a popular attraction for many of our wine tour guests. If you are interested in getting a historic view of Denver, then this is a must see museum.

Museums

Museums

Stretch your mind and enjoy Denver’s fascinating museums and art galleries. You can brush up on your dinosaur studies at the Morrison National History Museum, or check out Denver’s Museum of Nature & Science to see the ever changing exhibitions from across the world and even enjoy the IMAX experience or watch an astronomy exhibition at the planetarium. For those art lovers the Denver Art Museum is the place to go. They offer free days the first Sunday of the month, and feature many exhibits from floor to floor. Keep in mind that most of these museums take at least a few hours to enjoy most of their exhibitions but it is well worth it!

Denver Union Station

Denver Union Station

Had been the main railway station and central transportation hub in Denver for many years. It is located at 17th and Wynkoop Streets. This building first opened on June 1, 1881 with its present-day structure completed in 1914. Since 2012, it has undergone a huge renovationn in order to redesigne it as the centerpiece of a new transportation-oriented development meshed with the most elegant and premiere restaurants and bars. In the summer of 2014 Denver’s Union Station opened its doors once again with the addition of the Crawford Hotel, several exclusive restaurants and reailers, and a picturesque train hall.

Denver’s Aquariaum

Denver’s Aquariaum

Is home to more than 500 species of sea life under one million gallons of underwater exhibits and oceanic ecosystems. There is even an exciting interactive touch tank where it’s possible to touch stingrays and other cool sea creatures. There is so much to see and experience at this aquarium. However, after a long and fun day here you are bound to get hungry but don’t worry you can grab a bite at the aquarium’s restaurant, which is surrounded by a 50,000 gallon tank of mesmerizing coloured tropical fish from all over the world.

Ski Diving Although

Ski Diving Although

Located in Longmont (45 mins from Denver), Mile Hi Skydiving Center is Colorado’s TOP RANKED and biggest skydiving facility with more than 35,000 jumps made every year! It is unique because Mile Hi Skydiving is the only full-time skydiving operation within one hundred miles of the Denver and Boulder area. They also have the largest collection of full time twin engine jet-prop airplanes within several states in the country. This makes Mile Hi Skidiving capable of producing 100s of jumps per day!

The Botanic Gardens This

The Botanic Gardens This

Is definitively one of our personal favorite destinations. The botanic gardens has 3 different locations across the city, the main one, Denver botanical gardens features a large amphitheater used for summer performances, a conservatory, themed gardens and ever changing exhibits. It matters not whether you are a nature lover or just want to get away from the busy city life without leaving Denver, the Botanic Gardens are a must see.

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