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An outing to Elitch Gardens Theme Park or the United States Mint is a great opportunity for a bit of quality time with the family. If you're hunting for even more excitement, Water World and Lakeside Amusement Park are some additional options.
Entering Denver's Downtown Aquarium is like taking a leap into the ocean, but without needing to take your clothes off! Here you'll happen upon all sorts of fascinating aquatic life.
The kids will be filled with awe and delight when they visit the Denver Zoo. They'll experience an up-close look at how animals behave while learning about what it takes to care for them.
After so much sightseeing, it must be time for a beer or two? This region has a decent handful of breweries, so all you have to do is walk outside and take your pick! If it's simply too hard to decide, the Coors Brewery and the Lone Tree Brewing Company are a couple that you could start with.
You'll need to keep your eyes wide open as the racers hightail through the track at the Speed Raceway. All it takes is one blink and these speeds and you might miss it!
Denver takes its plant conservation seriously, so there are a variety of places where you can go and learn about botanic specimens from both regional and international landscapes. A wander through the magnificent gardens at the Denver Botanic Gardens and the Hudson Gardens is a must. If you just can't get enough, the displays at the Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield Farms and Cheesman Park are also rather pleasant.
From kicking a ball around to simply lying back in the grass, you'll find plenty of reasons to head to a green spot like Pikes Peak or Garden of the Gods. Alternatively, get your body moving and let the kids burn off some energy by going for a walk around Cherry Creek State Park or Aurora Reservoir.
Perhaps you're searching for a place to shush the constant hum of your mind. If so, the glistening waters of Maxwell Falls might just be your remedy.
Take in the scenic views and the soothing sounds of moving water at Barr Lake State Park or Sloan's Lake Park. A tour of Two Ponds National Wildlife Refuge or South Platte is also time well spent, if not for the native birdlife, then for some more dazzling vistas.
You probably know about its must-see shopping centres and museums, but don't forget that Denver has some remarkable nature reserves too. Roxborough State Park and Red Rocks Park are two names to keep in mind. For those who haven't completely recharged, Red-Tailed Hawk Park and Garland Park are two more worth experiencing.
The Denver Art Museum and the Denver Museum of Nature and Science are calm places to hide away from a rainy day. Peruse the absorbing exhibits and ask the friendly staff about group tours and other special happenings! If you have extra time, also go to the Molly Brown House Museum and Dinosaur Ridge.
Our big blue planet is home to an incredible variety of species. Learn some more about the world's more exotic characters at the Morrison Natural History Museum.
In a place that's filled with terrific art collections, the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver and the Clyfford Still Museum somehow manage to stand out from the bunch. The Kirkland Museum of Fine and Decorative Art and the Museum of Outdoor Arts shouldn't be skipped either.
Learn all about the influence that Denver's past figures and events had on the nation, and sometimes the world, at the Black American West Museum and the Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave. The History Colorado and the Byers-Evans House Museum are also worth a peek for a better understanding of the past.
Get a sense of bygone times when you pay a visit to Colorado State Capitol Building and the University of Denver. Why not also spend a little time at the Manor House and Denver City and County Building?
No matter your faith, Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception and Mother Cabrini Shrine can help you reconnect with your spiritual side. Get an even deeper insight into the local beliefs at Chapel at Red Rocks and St. Elizabeth of Hungary.
When you're venturing to new lands, keep in mind that it's sometimes the less celebrated attractions that you'll most fondly remember once you arrive back home. A couple of places which fit that bill here are the Denver Performing Arts Complex and the Castle Pines Golf Club. There's also plenty to keep you entertained at Denver Federal Center and the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.