16th Street Mall- Located in the heart of Denver, 16th Street Mall stretches a mile long. 16th Street offers a free bus and plenty of restaurants and shopping.
Colorado State Capitol Building- Built in the 1890s and opened in November of 1894, the building stands as a great symbol. The west steps of the Capitol are home to the famous “One Mile Above Sea Level” engraving on the 13th step.
City Park- Denver’s largest park is home to typical park activities such as sports fields, walking paths and lakes. But it is also home to The Denver Zoo and Denver Museum of Nature and Science. The Denver Zoo is the 4th most popular zoo in the U.S. The Denver Museum of Nature and Science is also a must see as it is full of treasures from the Earth.
Molly Brown House Museum- Once the home of Titanic survivor Molly Brown and frequent Brown Palace Hotel visitor, this building now serves as a historical museum to the story and history of Molly Brown.
Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre- What was once listed as among the Seven Wonders of the World, Red Rocks is more than just an outdoor concert venue. Red Rocks is home to 862 acres of geological amazement and isn’t lacking magnificent views.