Denver, also known as the Mile High City, is a city of outdoor activities and world-class museums. Here are 5 things not to miss when in Denver.
Denver Botanic Gardens
A nice place to stroll and see the diverse collection of flora. Wear sunscreen as some of the exhibits are outside.
Mount Evans & Scenic Byway
Contrasted to the easier trails around Chicago Lake, Mount Evans has a rugged beauty which is part of being in the Rocky Mountains. Drive all the way to the top for a great lookout and possibly some snow!
Denver City Park
Denver City Park includes the Denver Zoo and Denver Museum of Nature and Science within its borders as well as ponds, walkways, and a boathouse.
Denver Art Museum
The DAM is especially good for families of all ages with its interactive explanatory ‘living rooms’ on each floor.
Kirkland Museum of Fine and Decorative Arts
The Kirkland Museum offers a broad range of pieces demonstrating decorative art in all styles.
The fascinating thing about Denver is how short its history is; legend says there was not a soul living in the Denver metro area before 1958, the year it was founded as a Gold Mining town. This industry provided Denver with the people and resources to grow drastically over the next 2 years, reaching a population of 100,000. Nowadays Denver is the place to be for US skiing in the Rockies, river rafting, hiking, and other fun outdoor activities. The downtown core is one of the friendliest to pedestrians and its skyline is dappled with skyscrapers against scenic mountains.
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