Unlock the magic of Denver

Denver is exactly one mile high and is the capital and most populated city of the State of Colorado. This American city dates back to the Old West era. Museums include the Denver Art Museum, an ultramodern complex known for its collection of indigenous works, and the house of Titanic survivor Molly Brown. Denver is a popular jumping-off point for ski resorts in the Rocky Mountains. Denver has a mild and sunny climate with more hours of sun than San Diego or Miami Beach boasting at least 300 days of sunshine a year!

Attractions in Denver

Coors Field
With dramatic views of the Rockies, Coors Field has the highest elevation of any US baseball field at 5200 feet.
Colorado State Capitol
Built to emulate the US Capitol building, the 1890's structure has gold detailing throughout to recognize the Colorado gold rush.
Denver Union Station
Located in the busy downtown district, known as LoDo, the station has been converted into the Crawford Hotel, but still serves as a transit link for the city.
Molly Brown House Museum
Home to America's 'unsinkable Molly Brown' - survivor of the Titanic's sinking, her home is now a museum to the life of the philanthropist and socialite.
Denver Art Museum
Known largely for its collection of Native American art, the museum's art collection consists of over 70,000 pieces.
Big Blue Bear
The Denver Convention Center is more than just a gathering place, it's also home to a 40-foot large blue bear who wants in on the activities.
US Mint, Denver
One of four US mint locations, the Denver location is open for free tours Monday through Thursday.
Colorado Microbrewery scene
Though Colorado beer is synonymous with Coors, hundreds of microbreweries have popped up in the last 40 years, making it one of America's most exciting brewing scenes.
Estes Park
Estes Park is the charming city at the entrance to the park and is home to the upscale Stanley Hotel, which inspired the Stephen King novel, ‘The Shining.’
Continental Divide
During the summer months, enjoy the drive up Trail Ridge Road, where you will get stand at the Continental Divide!
Rocky Mountain National Park
Covering over 350 square miles, this national park always cracks the top 5 best parks each year - beloved for its scenery year round.
Historic Silver Mining Towns
Along the route, see the remnants of historic silver mining towns, which brought speculators west in search of their own fortunes from precious metal.
Rocky Mountains wildlife
Eagles, elk, hawks, and deer are regular companions in the Rockies, so have your cameras ready. If you're lucky, you may even see a moose.


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