If you are visiting Denver, Colorado then don’t miss out on the following attractions:
Over 75 acres in size, the Denver Zoo houses more than 4,000 animals, like tigers, kangaroos, black rhinos, lions, hyenas, frogs, snakes, monkeys and orangutans. Don’t miss the baby animal nursery or the zoo train ride and be sure to watch them feed the animals. There is an admission fee, but several days of the year it is free, so check out their website for more data.
Denver Museum of Nature & Science
Science buffs will love the Museum of Nature and Science in City Park with everything from dino bones to mummies from Egypt. There are artifacts in fields like zoology, geology, health science, paleontology and space science and a hands on Space Odyssey area, an IMAX theater and a planetarium.
Denver Botanic Gardens
Featuring more than 24 acres, the Denver Botanic Gardens has 15,000 species of plants from around the world, as well as 700 from Colorado. There are 41 gardens, as well as sculptures and other artwork. There is also a guided tour, which has an admission fee for non-members.
Named after Denver's famous beer, Coors Field in the LoDo district is home-base for Major League Baseball's Colorado Rockies. The stadium can seat over 50,000 fans. Besides baseball, there is an Interactive Area behind the bullpens on the Main Concourse where fans can try out video batting cages and a speed pitch area.
16th Street Mall
The 16th Street Mall is a mile-long pedestrian are from the southern section of the LoDo district passed the . There are lots of stores, entertainment venues, restaurants, and more in this popular mall area. the area.
Larimer Square is a historic area of town where you can enjoy restaurants, stores, festivals, street performances, and nightlife venues as you view the area’s Victorian era structures.