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Denver History Tour
"This history tour of Denver will give you a great overview of it’s Wild West past and how it went from a mining camp to state capitol and now a current day growing Metropolis. Even though Denver is a relatively young city its unique history and place in the expansion of the United States contains many of stories of pioneering times in the new frontier including infamous characters and beautiful architecturally significant buildings.  It is now the fastest growing economy in the US and you can see how modern buildings are being built amongst the old as Denver is once again a pioneer in a new age. you will go on top of the Dome where you get a 360-degree view of Denver (only weekdays).  Ride along the 16th Street Mall shuttle to the lower downtown historic downtown (LODO) Denver’s birthplace where you will learn about Denver’s Wild West past. You will continue your journey through LoDo with several stops and as you walk toward our final destination Denver’s Union Station you will get a chance to see the new evolution - where the old meets the new.The history tour guides are fun and entertaining and are either historians or professors with an in depth knowledge of Denver’s history."
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Denver Scavenger Hunt Adventure
"The adventure begins at the state capitol and takes you on a well-designed course through some of Denver’s art and culture among shops along the 16th Street Mall and through courtyards and buildings steeped in rich Denver history. The tour requires approximately 2 miles of walking and uses the free 16th street mall transportation at one point in the game. The game software t leaving time to stop for a bite to eat or simply to enjoy the best sights of the city. Great for families friends and those ready to have fun on a scavenger hunt adventure! Please note that pricing is per individual but your team must book together. One voucher is valid for your team of 2-5 people.""""Turn Denver into a giant game board with this fun scavenger hunt adventure! This challenge combines the excitement of the Amazing Race with a 3-hour city walking tour. Guided from any smart phone teams make their way among well known and overlooked gems of the city
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Denver History Tour
"This history tour of Denver will give you a great overview of it’s Wild West past and how it went from a mining camp to state capitol and now a current day growing Metropolis. Even though Denver is a relatively young city its unique history and place in the expansion of the United States contains many of stories of pioneering times in the new frontier including infamous characters and beautiful architecturally significant buildings.  It is now the fastest growing economy in the US and you can see how modern buildings are being built amongst the old as Denver is once again a pioneer in a new age. you will go on top of the Dome where you get a 360-degree view of Denver (only weekdays).  Ride along the 16th Street Mall shuttle to the lower downtown historic downtown (LODO) Denver’s birthplace where you will learn about Denver’s Wild West past. You will continue your journey through LoDo with several stops and as you walk toward our final destination Denver’s Union Station you will get a chance to see the new evolution - where the old meets the new.The history tour guides are fun and entertaining and are either historians or professors with an in depth knowledge of Denver’s history."
From $59.00

More Sports & Outdoors in Denver

Colorado Rockies

We visited Denver partly in order to see the Atlanta Braves (our team) play the Rockies.There are public tours of the stadiumPublic Tour Times (During the Baseball Season):Non-Game Days: 10:00 a.m.,...
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DEBBBEDB
Jun 13, 2011

Denver the bike friendly city?

I remember riding my bike to work in Portland. Yes the weather is not as good as Denver but in Portland when you are on a bike, you are a car if you believe you are a car. Denver has lots of bike...
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caffeine_induced78
Apr 04, 2011

Red Rock Park

My son and husband took a day trip out to Morrison to Red Rock Park. First they looked at the amphitheatre and then took the Trading Post loop hiking trail to see some of the rock formations. The park...
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DEBBBEDB
Sep 11, 2009

Skateboarding

I love skateboarding, and Denver is a great place to do just that. Colorado really likes their concrete skateparks, which is great, cause i like em too! That means smooth cruisin, smooth transitions,...
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JeffBea
Nov 05, 2006

Coors Field - Rockies

This was my 10th MLB ballpark. It is one of my favorites but that now makes it in the 5-7 range on my ranking scale. Being very similar to SafeCo in Seattle to me I do rank it ahead.I had left my...
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cjg1
Oct 30, 2006

THE DENVER BRONCOS

THE TWO-TIME SUPER BOWL CHAMPION DENVER BRONCOS play their home games in this beautiful new stadium. Tickets are mighty hard to come by. But even if there is no game scheduled, you can visit the...
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Rich62
Apr 14, 2006
 
 
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COORS FIELD AND THE COLORADO ROCKIES

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL, NATIONAL LEAGUE STYLE. Coors Field seats 50,000 for home games. If you sit in the row of purple seats you are exactly one mile above the oceans. The stadium has its own brewpub....
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Rich62
Apr 14, 2006

Rafting the Colorado

Rafting in Colorado can be a great experience if the rivers are full. I had the chance to go when we had a good season. Check with the company and get the river conditions befor you go. Lakota river...
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EGitan
Jan 12, 2006

Colorado Sports

Although we didnt see any games,(we missed the LAKERS VS NUGGETS) We did check out the Invesco field, Pepsi Center, and the Coors Field. These are all pretty close to each other. Maybe next time i can...
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malianrob
Nov 23, 2005

Run/Walk/Bike/Fish/Chill in Washington Park

Washington Park, or just "Wash Park," is located just 10-15min south of downtown, and even though I-25 passes just to the south of the park, it has a very relaxing atmosphere. The park is located in a...
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tejanasueca
Nov 12, 2005

Hike or Bike at Green Mountain

Nice area to go mountain biking, hiking, or trail running just 20min away from downtown Denver. The area has several trails for different levels and purposes. The peak of Green Mountain is at 6588ft....
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tejanasueca
Nov 12, 2005

Waterton Canyon Trail

Waterton Canyon is very beautiful place for biking. The path lies in canyon along the mountain creek. You will enjoy the views of mountains and the beauty of nature. The path is good for beginner,...
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OlenaKyiv
Sep 04, 2005

Ride the Rockies

http://www.bicycletourcolorado.com/ - this is the ride I want to do here. I need to get in shape for this, but it would be an awesome experience and a great achievement. This seems to be a smaller...
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JohnnoBSCW
Jun 06, 2005

A-Basin

Not a bad ski area when there is good snow. It is more of a small locals ski area but is less expensive than some of the other near by ski resorts. Nothing flashy, but the lines are usually short and...
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EGitan
Jan 11, 2005

Top Hotels in Denver

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650 15th Street, Denver, Colorado, 80202, United States
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1881 Curtis Street, Denver, Colorado, 80202, United States
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Top Things to Do in Denver

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Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Colorado's stunning Rocky Mountains and picturesque views from Pikes Peak make it tough to nail down just one sight to see when visiting the state, but if you're in the mood for a little music during...
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Denver Zoo

The Denver Zoo was one of the first zoos in America to use hidden obstacles and trenches to create the impression of fence-free animal enclosures for the visitors. It is a modern zoo, with the sole...
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Rocky Mountains

Since it was a short trip (and because I'm used to low altitude), we decided to rent a car and just drive to the sights. We drove up to the Alpine Visitor's Center, which is right by the highest point...
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Coors Field

While my husband and son were in Denver to see the Atlanta Braves play the Colorado Rockies at Coors FIeld. They saw three games. They do this every summer - visit various places to see the Braves...
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Botanic Gardens

The Denver Botanic Gardens are located in York Street, eastern-central Denver. This place features seven themed gardens - among them a rose garden and a Japanese garden - and a spectacular greenhouse...
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Coors Brewery

The visit to the Coors brevery in Golden was great fun! I am a technical nut that always try to find out how things work so I enjoyed the tour of the plant, particularly the area where they package...
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"The Queen City of the Plains"
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tejanasueca

"Denver: The Mile High City"
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BruceDunning

"A Path to the West Over one Big Mountain Range"
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DJStarr

"Denver, Colorado --- The Mile High City"
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"Urbane Mecca of the Rocky Mountains"
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