About Denver, CO
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Things You Can't Miss
Shopping, dining and nightlife abound in Denver’s hip Lower Downtown district, full of Victorian architecture. Stroll through nearby Larimer Square.
The Denver Museum of Nature and Science entertains with dazzling displays of dinosaurs, gems, Egyptian mummies, Indian cultures and space journeys.
The Denver Botanic Gardens displays 33,000 plants on 23 acres. This urban oasis includes a Japanese Garden, a children’s area and a Rock Alpine Garden.
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Water and footwear are just some of the often underestimated necessities.
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Upscale shops and cafes make this neighborhood a city highlight. Put on running shoes or rent a bike and enjoy pretty (and popular) Cherry Creek Trail.
See (or climb!) these majestic mountains in the United States: McKinley, Rainier, Shasta and seven more.
Futuristic is the word for the Denver Art Museum, with American Indian and Spanish Colonial art, plus paintings and sculpture from around the globe.
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Bad manners is just one of the many things that irk attendants. See what other things get under their skin.
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Make reservations well ahead to tour the U.S. Mint, which produces up to 50 million coins a day in its 1904 Italian Renaissance-style building.
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