Denver Botanic Gardens
The Denver Botanic Gardens, which cover more than 24 acres and provide a natural oasis in the centre of Mile High City, have a wide variety of plants from all over the world.
Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater
The Red Rocks Amphitheatre is a notable outdoor arena that was naturally created. It is renowned for its spectacular outdoor amphitheatre.
Mount Evans Scenic Byway
At 14,130 feet, the Mount Evans Scenic Byway is Colorado's highest paved road. You can stop at lovely lakes and trails along the way, and it is a complete joy to drive along.
Denver Museum of Nature & Science
The Denver Museum of Nature & Science encourages learning in children and adults alike with displays that include anything from Egyptian mummies to dinosaur bones.
Denver Art Museum
The Denver Art Museum is a gallery that is situated in Denver, Colorado's Civic Center. With more than 70,000 varied pieces in collections spanning many ages and continents.
Molly Brown House Museum
Margaret Brown, a philanthropist, activist, and socialite from the United States, lived in the Molly Brown House Museum in Denver, Colorado.
An charming urban field station, the 84-acre zoo is home to more than 3,000 amazing wild species that act as ambassadors for their wild counterparts across the globe.
Colorado State Capitol
The Colorado General Assembly, the governor's, lieutenant governor's, and treasurer's offices are all housed there, at 200 E. Colfax Ave.
155 acres of lush grass, lakes, and stunning gardens make up Washington Park, which is perhaps the best place in the city to view a sunset.
Larimer Square, the city of Denver's first local historic district, is surrounded by charming older structures , stores, and dining establishments.