Denver

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Denver Museum of Nature & Science
9
Uptown & Capitol Hill
7 reviews
This three-story museum has grown to become one of the largest in the US, with more than 500,000 specimens and artifacts. — Michelin Guide
Denver Art Museum
9
Uptown & Capitol Hill
7 reviews
The museum’s collection of Western and regional works is its cornerstone. Included are Frederic Remington’s bronze The Cheyenne, Charles Russell’s painting In the Enemy’s Country. — Frommer's
Clyfford Still Museum
9
7 reviews
An intimate exploration of abstract art that will leave you feeling cooler and better informed than before you went in — Condé Nast Traveler
Colorado State Capitol
8
Uptown & Capitol Hill
6 reviews
The spot in the Mile-High City that's exactly 5,280 feet above sea level (at least for now).   — Atlas Obscura
Denver Botanic Gardens
8
Uptown & Capitol Hill
7 reviews
A peaceful oasis perfect to stroll away an hour or two — Condé Nast Traveler
Larimer Square
8
Downtown
4 reviews
All 16 of the block’s commercial buildings, constructed in the 1870s and 1880s, were renovated, providing space for street-level retail shops, restaurants, and nightclubs... — Frommer's
Molly Brown House Museum
8
Uptown & Capitol Hill
6 reviews
The “unsinkable” Molly Brown became a national heroine in 1912 when the Titanic sank. — Frommer's
Denver Zoo
8
Uptown & Capitol Hill
6 reviews
Spanning 80 acres in City Park, the zoo is home to 3,500 different animals representing more than 650 species — Where
History Colorado Center
8
Capitol Hill
6 reviews
This museum offers an actual time machine back through Colorado's past.  — Atlas Obscura
American Museum of Western Art
8
Central Business District
5 reviews
Go get some culture, then ask about the secret tunnels below that used to shuttle “ladies of the night” to and from the Brown Palace hotel across the street. — Afar Magazine
United States Mint
8
Lincoln Park & The Golden Triangle
4 reviews
The Denver location of the U.S. Mint is one of only two mints in the country where visitors can watch coins being made. — Where
Downtown Aquarium
8
Northwest
4 reviews
Residents include greenback cutthroat trout (the Colorado state fish), river otters, tigers, nurse sharks, sea turtles, and moray eels. — Frommer's
Elitch Gardens Theme Park
8
Northwest
5 reviews
Tons of attractions await at Denver's downtown theme park, including various roller coasters, a waterpark, and kid-friendly rides — Where
8
3 reviews
This is one of the finest museums of its kind in North America, with constantly changing hands-on exhibits that engage children up to about age 8 in discovery. — Fodor's
16th Street Mall
8
Downtown
4 reviews
The tree-lined Mall was created in 1982. The route is flanked by office towers, street-level cafes and shops, and 11 fountains. — Michelin Guide
Black American West Museum
8
Five Points
4 reviews
Nearly one-third of the cowboys in the Old West were black, and this museum chronicles their little-known history, along with that of black doctors, teachers... and state legislators. — Frommer's
7
Five Points
3 reviews
Even if baseball isn’t your thing, the craft brews and epic views make this one of the country’s top stadiums — Condé Nast Traveler
Denver Firefighters Museum
7
Downtown
3 reviews
Displays include the equipment firefighters used in the 1860s, photographs and newspaper clippings. — Where
Museo De Las Americas
7
3 reviews
Stop by what may be the only museum of Latino culture in the Rocky Mountains — Where
The Denver Center for the Performing Arts
7
Downtown
3 reviews
With 40 artists on its payroll, the troupe performs about 10 plays in repertory from October to June, including classical and contemporary dramas, musicals, and premieres of new plays. — Frommer's
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