The environment is Colorado's specialty, so you can expect the best education in science with your visit to Denver's Museum of Nature and Science. This museum covers not only Colorado's natural wonders but also Earth's and the universe, so you're in for quite the comprehensive experience when you go! There are a variety of exhibitions and activities to keep you entertained for hours.
It's easy to settle for taking the car around when you're traveling around a new city, but Denver, with all of the natural beauty it offers, is different. Biking the Cherry Creek Bike Path allows you to take in the scenery and experience Denver in a way you'd never be able to behind the windows of a car. This bike trail follows the creek it is named after for 15 miles through some of the loveliest state parks around.
This murder mystery dinner theatre will keep you more wined, dined and entertained than you have ever been while out to eat. Whether you're the life of the party or more of a shy personality, Adam's Mystery Playhouse caters to you- you're encouraged to participate only as much as you're comfortable with. Professional actors and cooks will be sure to give you, as Adam's Mystery likes to say, "The 'crime' of your life!"
Molly Brown was a famous survivor of the Titanic, and her story is told through her well-preserved, antique-filled house. The tours take you on an historical adventure through her life but also what life was like at the time she lived. Find out how much of an activist this woman was for her time and the impact she had on the United States while you admire the beautifully restored home.
You can find this stunning river park in the center of the city's 850 miles of bike trails. From here you're just minutes away from a number of Denver attractions including the Platte River Trolley which can take you to the Downtown Aquarium, the Children's Museum, and the neighborhoods of LoHi, Riverfront, and Highlands.