600 Galapago Street Denver, CO 80204 +1 303 534 4408
The St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church of Denver, also known as St. Joseph's Redemptorist Church is a historic church located in Denver, Colorado. This Gothic architecture style church was built in 1888 and features turrets of unequal heights, gable roofs with an unusual rose window and a slightly pedimented porch. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
10035 Peoria Street Parker, CO 80134 +1 720 488 3300
The Wildlife Experience is located at Parker, Colorado. This is a wildlife conservation museum and has various natural and historic exhibits, paintings and sculpture, photography and large-format films. This museum was opened in the year 2002 C.E as a part of wildlife conservation efforts.
9880 West Deer Creek Canyon Road Littleton, CO 80127 +1 303 271 5925
Find solitude by visiting the Hilderband Ranch Park, visitors can enjoy the beauty of this site by either being present on the plains or even on the hogback. This site offers a beautiful wide-open experience and takes one through nature trails and recreation districts. This site is spread over 1450 acres of land and also features wildlife.
2300 Steele Street Denver, CO 80205-4899 +1 720 337 1400
Where else can you visit polar ice caps, a tropical forest, the African Savannah, and a jungle all in one day? The spectacular Denver zoo offers state-of-the-art habitats featuring more than 3500 animals representing 600 species. Visit with sloths, tree frogs, and a moray eel at the indoor Tropical Discovery exhibit. Or wander through the seven-acre Primate Panorama exhibit. From cold climate penguins to tropical flamingos, Bird World will inspire your appreciation of winged things. It is open 365 days a year.
These gardens encompass an impressive 21 acres (8 hectares). Specialized gardens offer visitors a variety of botanical experiences. Seek solitude in the sanctuary of the Japanese Garden, overlooking a pond with goldfish and bonsai trees. Reminisce on your childhood with Dr. Seuss, Winnie the Pooh and other favorite characters in the Storybook Gardens. The Xeriscape Demo Garden and the Rock Alpine Garden are the places to gather ideas for your own backyard. In all, there are more than 30 gardens to explore.
2121 Children's Museum Drive Jefferson Park Denver, CO 80211 +1 303 433 7444
This is a place where a child's natural urge to experience the world hands-on comes together with art and science projects, building materials and imagination. The Museum includes nine interactive Playscapes including the CMD Fire Station #1, My Market, Center for the Young Child, Under My Feet and Over My Head, The Assembly Plant, Making the Team, Arts a la Carte, Around the Block, and Alphabet Soup. There are also several programs, activities and special events held throughout the year. Check the Museum's website for a complete listing of upcoming events.
The Denver Center for the Performing Arts is an exhilarating mix of broadway shows, professional theater, backstage tours, acting instruction and breathtaking facilities. The Tony Award-winning Denver Center Theatre Company offers classics, revivals and world premieres while Denver Center Attractions presents blockbuster musical touring shows and cabaret productions. The Denver Center Theatre Academy develops the talents of aspiring actors while the Seawell Grand Ballroom hosts meetings, receptions and galas.
1340 Pennsylvania Street Denver, CO 80203 +1 303 832 4092
This restored Victorian mansion, once the home of legendary Denver resident Maggie (Molly) Brown now serves as a popular museum that attracts more than 40,000 visitors a year. The museum explores the eccentric life of the 'Unsinkable Molly Brown,' a Titanic survivor and eminent figure in the city's Gold Rush heritage. After the tour, browse around the gift shop and check out the selection of t-shirts, books and other memorabilia. There are guided tours available and regular special events and performances also take place.
100 West 14th Avenue Parkway Civic Center Cultural Complex Denver, CO 80204 +1 720 865 5000
This five-floor museum is wonderfully diverse and is at the forefront in offering new exhibits. In the past it has featured impressionist artists as well as the work of Winslow Homer. This museum brags- and rightfully so- about housing one of the largest art collection between Kansas City and the West Coast. Its Native American art collection, which encompasses an entire floor, is not to be missed. In addition, 2006 heralded the dedication of a new wing of the museum. Designed by Daniel Libeskind, the Frederic C. Hamilton building adds to the already stunning architecture of the cityscape, and has become a popular attraction for museum visitors.
200 East Colfax Avenue Denver, CO 80203 +1 303 866 2604
While the gilded dome of this building may attract the attention of visitors, the history and stunning architectural features inside holds their real interest. Standing precisely one mile above sea level, its observation deck offers impressive views of Denver, the Rocky Mountains and the surrounding plains. At Colorado State Capitol Building, you can get your fill of local history by scanning the murals on the first floor and the onyx busts of Denver's important historical figures. Be sure to also take a tour of the impressive House and Senate chambers. Guided tours are available and admission is free.
Denver's RTD system includes a program called Art n Transit,
where commissioned statues, murals, and art installations are included at over 30 light rail and bus stations in the Denver metro area. The Colorado light rail station features a ...
Even before entering the Denver Art Museum, visitors encounter unique
works of art. From the design of the Art and Culture center square to the buildings themselves, the art museum lives up to its name in full. On a ...
Located on the corner of 18th and Broadway in the
heart of downtown Denver, Trinity's architecture is "modern Gothic." The modern comes from the recent additions of a state of the art theater and auditorium, and the Gothic is ...