Attractions in Denver
Downtown Denver has the urban muscle and the Rocky Mountains have the outdoor might, making Denver one of the country's… read more
most desirable and exciting places to visit. Visitors can spend the morning skiing, lunch in the afternoon in trendy LoDo and see a live performance at night in one of Denver's many live music venues—all in one day. The following is a selective list of Denver's top attractions, from Denver museums to Denver ski resorts, from Denver's State Capital to Denver's famous museums. For a museum unique to Denver, Capital Hill's Molly Brown House Museum (the "unsinkable" Titanic survivor) pays homage to the raucous Denver woman's life with docents in period costume and is one of the many must-see Denver attractions. Take your time, because you will never run out of things to do in Denver, or find that there are no Denver activities to partake in.
Jack Nicholson’s portrayal of the kind husband-turned-sychopath in the movie The Shining, put Colorado’s Stanley Hotel on the map as one of the premier haunted destinations in Denver, but there are plenty of other haunted places and urban legends in Mile High City.
Museums in Denver
Denver has a small set of Museums mainly Childrens Museums and Crafts Museums. Top Recommendations include Buckhorn Exchange Restaurant, Black AMerican West Museum & Heritage Center and Molly Brown House Museum.View Denver museums »
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