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What To Do During Your Denver Day Room Experience
Culture - From world-renowned museums like the American Museum of Western Art to vibrant districts like the Golden Triangle Creative District and Art District on Santa Fe, Denver’s arts and culture scene abounds. 16th Street Mall is the city’s pedestrian promenade, featuring a free hop-on and hop-off shuttle, pedicabs and horse-drawn carriages.
Food - Hungry? Whether you’re craving fresh local fare at the Dairy Block or 16th Street Mall, or want to grab a cold one at the the city’s 70-plus craft breweries, Denver’s a thriving culinary destination with something for everyone.
Nature - Nature is the city’s playground. Denver is home to over 200 parks and 26 flower gardens in and around the city. Within 25 minutes of the city, there are a number of must-see attractions including Red Rocks Park & Amphitheater or the majestic Rocky Mountain-view from Dinosaur Ridge.
Sports - Denver is home to five professional sports teams and three stadiums are within a one-mile radius downtown. Watch the ball jump off the bats at hitter-friendly Coors Field or see how the altitude affects visiting NBA teams as you watch them suck wind at the Pepsi Center.
Unique Denver Facts To Know
Denver is the only city to turned down an invitation to host the Olympics; due to pollution and population, the city voted against hosting the 1976 Winter Olympics.
At 26.1 miles, Colfax Avenue is the longest commercial street in America.
In 1935, Louis Ballast of Denver's Humpty Dumpty Drive-In was the first person to trademark the name "cheeseburger."
The Great American Beer Festival is the country’s largest beer festival, with over 30,000 attendees each year.
There are 200 peaks visible from Denver, more than 30 over 10,000 feet.
Denver has over 20,000 acres of green space.
The Denver Mint produces more coins than any other mint in the world.