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Denver ZooAttractions » Zoos & Aquariums2300 Steele Street, 80205View siteThe Denver Zoo is a wonderful place to take your family. There are several exhibits located in the zoo, so visitors can learn about wildlife conservation and about the animals, too. The zooï¿½s main goal is to bring awareness to the endangered species of animals and to inform people about ways that they can help save some endangered species. Additionally, the Denver Zoo offers several programs that teach children and teens about animals and take them into the daily life of a zoo keeper.
In the summer months, the zoo is open from 9:00am to 6:00pm, and sometimes, they leave the zoo open during the night when they light it with special lights. During the winter time, this zoo is open from 10:00am in the morning until 5:00 pm. The price of admission of The Denver Zoo is very affordable: adults, ages 12 to 65, have to pay $12; seniors, 65 and up, pay $10; and children, 12 and under, pay only $8 dollars for admission.
Denver Museum of Nature & ScienceAttractions » Theaters, Shows & Events2001 Colorado Blvd, 80205View siteThe Denver Museum of Nature & Science in Denver, Colorado lets young and old experience and learn about Colorado, the earth and space in an exciting, innovative multi-media and interactive way. With over a million items in the huge facility, visitors enjoy gemstones, the Rocky Mountains, Egypt, the solar system and beyond. The circular media experience has breathtaking scenes of photography. Then, the IMAX theatre provides movies on themes that complement the subjects of science found within the museum. The museum complex offers different options for tickets and package prices. Between regular prices and passes for all the features of the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, adults pay from $13.00 and $25.00, children older than three and all students with ID are charged from $8.00 to $18.00 and seniors pay from $10.00 to $20.00.
Coors FieldAttractions » Arenas & Stadiums2001 Blake Street, 80202View site Coors Field in downtown Denver, Colorado is the home of the Colorado Rockies Professional Baseball team. It is a beautiful fan-friendly ballpark with each seat having a nice view of infield and outfield. The ballpark has a median deck that allows a fan to walk nearly all the way around the field and see the game from this deck. There are many food and drink vendors on the median deck and you can watch the game while your order is being filled. The fans are all Rockies fans, and this makes a visit to this ballpark even more fun. Parking can be a problem but the Denver Transit and Bus system will deposit you within two or three blocks of the park. And after the game, there are many modern and excellent restaurants and clubs within a short walk. Peanut Gallery Seats are about $25 and regular home game tickets are $62.
Denver Art MuseumAttractions » Museums13th Avenue between Broadway and Bannock Streets, 80204View site The Denver Art Museum in downtown Denver between Bannock and Broadway on 13th is a modern facility specializing in American Indian, Western American and South American Art. It is internationally recognized as one of the finest collections of American Indian Art in the Western United States. The Denver Art Museum is kid friendly with exhibits for young people and a paint studio where children are allowed to try their own painting and see artists at work. Parking is available at the Cultural Complex at 12th and Broadway. Public transportation serves downtown Denver well and can be a fun way to visit the museum. The downtown Denver area is a very safe and friendly environment. Entrance fees are: $25 for Adult, $22 for Senior, $13 for youth from 6 to 18 and children under 5 enter free. The Denver Art Museum is is open Tuesdays through Sundays and closed on Mondays.
Hunger Artists Ensemble TheatreAttractions » OtherPO Box 40408, 80204View site
El Centro Su TeatroAttractions » Other4725 High StView site
CityLights PavilionAttractions » Other1700 7th St
Germinal Stage DenverAttractions » Other2450 W 44th Ave
Body RevelationsAttractions » Other899 Logan streetView site
Stranahan's Colorado Whiskey TourTours » Sightseeing Tours200 South Kalamath St, 80223View site
Colorado Brewery BusTours » Sightseeing Tours420 S Cherokee St, 80209View site
Denver Patio Ride- Day ToursTours » Sightseeing ToursView site
Historical and Cultural iPhone TourTours » Sightseeing ToursDowntown DenverView site
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American Museum of Western ArtShopping » Other1727 Tremont Place, 80202View site
Hue-Man ExperienceShopping » Other911 Park Ave West, 80205
Scented StudioShopping » Other215 Detroit St, 80206View site