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Denver, Colorado, is a vibrant, outdoor city at the base of the majestic Rocky Mountains. With 300 annual days of sunshine, The Mile High City is a great year-round destination that combines its rich Western heritage and passion for the outdoors with city excitement. 

Just a 37-minute train ride from Denver International Airport to Denver Union Station, your clients will be able to enjoy the walkable city center. 

Experiences in Denver include Michelin recognized restaurants, brewpubs, breweries & craft beverages, professional sports, shopping, arts and culture in the city center, all connected by the 16th Street Mall free shuttle. 

And no visit to Denver is complete without a day trip to Rocky Mountain National Park. 

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Day Two: Book a Sightseeing Tour & Explore Denver’s Neighborhoods

Create a captivating morning experience for your clients with a personalized boutique tour that caters to their preferences. 

Explore the diverse offerings in Denver, such as the renowned craft beer scene with walking, biking, or chauffeured bus tours to local craft breweries. Alternatively, suggest a self-guided adventure along VISIT DENVER's Denver Beer Trail, showcasing must-try breweries organized by neighborhood. 

For a visually stimulating journey, clients can delve into Denver's street art scene with guided walks through RiNo Art District's top murals offered by Denver Graffiti Tour. There's also the option for independent exploration, allowing them to discover art in unexpected places.

Guide your clients through an enriching afternoon by exploring one of Denver's distinctive neighborhoods. Emphasize the allure of Cherry Creek & City Park, Denver's premier shopping and dining destination, a mere 15-minute drive from downtown. Highlight attractions like the expansive Cherry Creek Shopping Center, boasting over 160 stores, dining options, and a movie theater. Showcase the 16-block outdoor shopping and dining district of Cherry Creek North, known for galleries, boutiques, restaurants, and spas.

Encourage your clients to delve into the cultural offerings of Denver, including the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. Here, they can explore exhibits like "Space Odyssey," Exhibition Health®, Gems & Minerals, and more. Don't forget to mention the shows at the new Infinity Theater or planetarium and the Sky Terrace, offering breathtaking views. 

For a wildlife adventure, suggest a visit to the Denver Zoo, home to diverse species like Amur leopards, okapi, Komodo dragons, and more. Alternatively, the Denver Botanic Gardens, just north of Cherry Creek, offers a serene oasis with beautiful displays of flora and fauna from around the world.

Continue the journey through River North (RiNo) Art District, a creative hub adorned with street art, studios, galleries, food halls, restaurants, and breweries. Explore the vibrant districts of Highlands, including Highlands Square, Tennyson Street Cultural District & LoHi, where independent shops, art galleries, and restaurants await.

As evening descends, shift the focus to Denver's lively music and nightlife scene. Recommend visits to cocktail lounges, comedy clubs, dance venues, and bars. Make sure to check the music calendar for upcoming concerts and live events, so you can immerse your clients in the talents of local and national artists across various genres in venues throughout the metro area.

Denver in 3 Days Itinerary

Day One: Sightseeing & Shopping in Downtown Denver

Create a captivating morning itinerary for your clients in downtown Denver. Begin at Denver Union Station, a 1914 Beaux-Arts hub housing The Crawford Hotel, unique restaurants, and local shops. Offering direct rail service to Denver International Airport in just 37 minutes, it serves as a convenient starting point. Move on to the 16th Street Mall, a pedestrian-friendly mile-long street teeming with shopping, restaurants, and attractions. Accessible by free buses at every intersection, it provides an easy way to cover a lot of ground in a short period.

Encourage a visit to Rockmount Ranch Wear, an iconic Western establishment founded in 1909. Known for introducing snap Western shirts, it holds historical significance. Explore the MCA Denver, an innovative forum for contemporary art, and Larimer Square, Denver's historic shopping and dining district with Victorian buildings housing boutiques and unique restaurants.

Immerse your clients in a cultural experience at the Denver Performing Arts Complex, where opera, theater, dance, and music await. Transition into the afternoon with engaging activities, including a stop at The Big Blue Bear, a 40-foot sculpture at 14th and California streets – a Denver icon worthy of capturing. Continue the shopping experience at Denver Pavilions, a two-city-block mall featuring shops, restaurants, a movie theater, and a bowling alley/arcade.

For the afternoon, suggest exploring the historic Brown Palace Hotel & Spa, open since 1892, with stunning architecture and dining venues. Dive into Denver's creative side with visits to attractions like the Colorado State Capitol, Denver Art Museum, Clyfford Still Museum, Kirkland Museum, History Colorado Center, and Meow Wolf Denver Convergence Station.

Encourage evening exploration near Union Station at McGregor Square, featuring restaurants, a food hall, shops, and The Rally Hotel. Highlight the outdoor plaza with a stadium-sized LED screen hosting year-round events such as concerts, festivals, and movie nights. Alternatively, suggest a visit to Dairy Block, a walkable micro-district with the Denver Milk Market and The Alley, providing a laid-back outdoor setting.

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Recommend Denver Attraction Passes for a cost-effective adventure. Suggest Pedi-cabs or E-tuks for a unique way to discover The Mile High City.

Denver Must See Attractions

Downtown Denver 

Explore visitor-friendly downtown that includes pedestrian areas like the Dairy Block, Larimer Square & the 16th Street Mall, a mile-long pedestrian promenade that runs through the center of downtown and is packed with shopping, restaurants and attractions.

Denver Art Museum

Your clients can explore Denver’s creative side at the Denver Art Museum with its famous Indigenous art and Western art collections. The museum is also a great place to admire the stunning views of the city skyline and Rocky Mountains on its rooftop terrace. They can enjoy lunch at The Ponti restaurant or the quick serve Café Gio both by award winning Denver chef, Jennifer Jasinski.

Clyford Still

The critically-acclaimed Clyfford Still Museum boasts exquisite architecture and an unrivaled collection. Clyfford Still was among the first generation of Abstract Expressionists who developed a new, powerful approach to painting in the years immediately following World War II.

Murals & Street Art

One of the best museums in Denver is the city itself. Denver street artists have been busy brightening (and enlightening) the city landscape for decades by making canvases of the city’s alleyways, building exteriors, warehouses, garage doors and storefronts. 

City Park

City Park, Denver's largest park, has several lakes, spectacular mountain views, a public golf course, flower gardens and a hiking/jogging trail that is exactly one mile high. It's also where your clients will find other must see attractions, like the Denver Zoo and the Denver Museum of Nature & Science.


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Day Three: A Day Trip to the Rocky Mountains or Nearby Town
West Denver Area 

Design an enticing day for your clients to explore the diverse attractions surrounding Denver. Commence the journey by immersing them in the natural wonders of Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre, situated 30 minutes west of Denver. This renowned outdoor music venue boasts an acoustically perfect amphitheater, hosting star-studded concerts and offering captivating hiking and biking trails in the surrounding park. Encourage your clients to explore the FREE visitor center, featuring interactive educational displays, a short film on geologic and musical history, and delightful dining options at Ship Rock Grille.

Continue the adventure with a visit to Dinosaur Ridge, where your clients can marvel at tracks, bones, and fossils preserved in a unique outdoor setting. Next, lead them to the Denver Buffalo Herd, a natural bison herd at I-70 Exit 254, representing direct descendants of the last wild bison herd in America.

Immerse your clients in the Old West ambiance at Buffalo Bill Museum & Grave, where exhibits, memorabilia, and panoramic views from Lookout Mountain await exploration. Proceed to the historic town of Golden, which served as the territorial capital until 1867. Here, your clients can explore museums such as the Colorado Railroad Museum and the Golden History Museum. Encourage them to take a guided tour of Coors Brewery, providing insights into malting, brewing, and packaging processes, along with product sampling and shopping opportunities in the gift shop.

For a scenic experience, suggest venturing north to Rocky Mountain National Park, located 90 minutes northwest of Denver. Delight in the beauty of Trail Ridge Road, the highest continuous highway globally, offering hiking trails, lakes, waterfalls, and wildlife encounters.

Explore the mountain towns near Denver, starting with Idaho Springs, approximately 30 miles away. Your clients can delve into Colorado's gold mining history at the Argo Mill and Tunnel. During warmer months, they can enjoy adventures like rafting with Clear Creek Rafting Co., zip-lining with Colorado Adventure Center, or experiencing a comprehensive package at Lawson Adventure Park & Resort.

Encourage your clients to embark on the Mount Blue Sky Scenic Byway, the highest paved road in North America, leading to a 14,260-foot summit. Suggest a stop at Echo Lake for hiking trails or a picnic. Continue the journey to Georgetown, just 42 miles west of Denver, a charming Victorian village featuring the Georgetown Loop Mining & Railroad Park and an optional silver mine tour.

Extend the exploration further south to Colorado Springs, an hour from Denver. Help your clients discover attractions centered around the 14,000-foot Pikes Peak, including Broadmoor Manitou, Pikes Peak Cog Railway, Garden of the Gods, Seven Falls, and more.

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