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Coors Brewing Company Take a guided tour through the legendary brewery originally established by Adolf Coors. The tour is open to all ages but those that are 21 or older can enjoy 21 ounces of beer tastings at the end of the tour. If over 21 please make sure to bring an ID. Admission is free and the tour lasts about 90 minutes.

Coors Field A fairly new edition to the Mile High city is Coors Field. Seating more than 50,000 it is known as being one the most fan-friendly stadiums in the country. Before and after the game the entire downtown area is alive and bustling. For a few extra dollars ticket holders can take a guided tour of the field including a tour of the Colorado Rockies dugout and the team's clubhouse.

Larimer Square Located in historic downtown Larmier Square a hub of city shopping and dining. Stretching over one block Larimer Street is the city's oldest street. The area offers many specialty shops, clothing stores and fine restaurants. Dance the night away at the Luck Star, a nightclub featuring great music and drink specials.

Northfield Stapleton Northfield Stapleton is a 1.2 million-square foot retail lifestyle center anchored by Colorado’s first Macy’s, Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World, Harkins Theaters 18, and over 100 specialty shops and restaurants. Located 10 minutes from Downtown Denver and 20 minutes to DIA, Northfield Stapleton is a pedestrian-friendly gathering place for shopping, dining and entertainment.
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Denver Shopping

Cherry Creek Shopping Center - Cherry Creek Shopping Center is a reflection if the upscale and classy neighbor in which it is located, Cherry Creek. The high-end mall features 160 stores and boutiques including names such as Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue and Ralph Lauren. The mall offers valet parking, a movie theater and is conveniently located near Cherry Creek North, which offers more specialty stores and restaurants.

16th Street Mall - Stretching over a mile in downtown Denver the 16th Street Mall is more than just a mall filled with activity and large crowds most any day. The tree and flower lined street is a great place to spend the day shopping and dining. The street is closed off to automobiles and instead offers a free shuttle that runs through the day and night and has stops on each street corner. The street area is filled with vendors, kiosks and souvenirs stands

. Park Meadows - Known officially as the "Park Meadows Retail Resort, the mall was built to resemble a alpine resort in decor and atmosphere. Mall security is known as park rangers and in the center of the mall is a replicated alpine mountain. Shoppers will enjoy a wide variety of shops, department stores and an enormous food court.

Denver Activities

Six Flags Elitch Gardens First established as Elitch Gardens in northwest Denver the park was recently moved and updated and now bears the famous name Six Flags Elitch gardens. The park has always been recognized for its lovely flower gardens and now features more thrilling rides than ever. Each year new roller coasters or mind-boggling thrill rides are added. Enjoy the kid's park or the water park located inside the main gates.

Denver Museum of Natural History/IMAX The Denver Museum of Natural History is conveniently located just minutes from downtown Denver and is host to almost two million visitors per year. There are many permanent exhibits including Egyptian Mummies and dinosaurs but also offers well-known traveling exhibits. Catch an educational film at the impressive IMAX theatre or do some shopping at the museum gift shop.

Denver Zoo Visit polar bears, African jungle wild cats, sea otters and many other exhibits at the Denver Zoo. The zoo features more than 3,500 animals in a state-of-the art facility. Visitors will enjoy the Primate Panorama Exhibit, which houses many different varieties of primate's or the Tropical Discovery exhibit with frogs, sloths and more.

Denver Restaurants and Bars

Denver Restaurants

Sambuca Jazz Cafe - Intimate and trendy Sambuca Jazz Club is an old fashioned supper club with an updated chic twist. The dining area is intimate with low lights and wonderful colors and textures. Enjoy live jazz nightly while dining on a sampling of superb treats. Try one of their juicy steaks, innovative pastas or intriguing salads.

Sushi Den - Regarded as the premium sushi dining spot in town, Sushi Den is located on trendy Pearl Street. The restaurant is always busy, crowded and noisy making it one of the town's hot spots. The sushi is fresh and delicious and the service is impeccable.

Denver Chophouse and Brewery - Located near Coors Field in historic LoDo the Denver Chophouse and Brewery is known as the one of Denver's most popular restaurant. Located in the old train station's Head House the interior is decorated to the nines in railroad memorabilia. The restaurant offers a casual yet elegant dinning experience with menu items such as wood fired pizzas and hamburgers and also homemade microbrews.

Denver children's activities

Six Flags Elitch Gardens First established as Elitch Gardens in northwest Denver the park was recently moved and updated and now bears the famous name Six Flags Elitch gardens. The park has always been recognized for its lovely flower gardens and now features more thrilling rides than ever. Each year new roller coasters or mind-boggling thrill rides are added. Enjoy the kid's park or the water park located inside the main gates.

Denver Museum of Natural History/IMAX The Denver Museum of Natural History is conveniently located just minutes from downtown Denver and is host to almost two million visitors per year. There are many permanent exhibits including Egyptian Mummies and dinosaurs but also offers well-known traveling exhibits. Catch an educational film at the impressive IMAX theatre or do some shopping at the museum gift shop.

Denver Zoo Visit polar bears, African jungle wild cats, sea otters and many other exhibits at the Denver Zoo. The zoo features more than 3,500 animals in a state-of-the art facility. Visitors will enjoy the Primate Panorama Exhibit, which houses many different varieties of primate's or the Tropical Discovery exhibit with frogs, sloths and more.

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