Denver Zoo Bears,leopards,lions,and elephants – and so much more, the Denver Zoo is the fourth most popular Zoo the whole Continental US. Experience the wilderness with polar bears at Northern Shores, or come face to face with a gorilla in the Primate Panorama. A pride of lions settles in thePredator Ridge which gives the feeling of the grassy African plains.Cherry Creek This gorgeous neighborhood shaded with tree is just a couple of miles from downtown and easily reachableona bike through the Cherry Creek Bike Path.Cherry Creek Shopping District The well-known shopping district of Cherry Creek has over 500 department stores, galleries, spas, boutiques, and other shops.All this makes it the largest concentration of retailersbetween San Francisco andSt. Louis.Denver Botanic Gardens These botanic gardens are a 23 acre oasis in the center of the city and comprises of 45 different gardens engulfing some 33000 plants, as well as one of the top ten conservatories of America. Soothe your senses in the Japanese Garden, hike through the Rock Alpine Garden and sightsee the amazing Mordecai Children’s Garden.
Red Rocks Amphitheatre and Visitors Center This Amphitheatre is carved from immense red rock monuments.It is an area capable of hosting 9000 spectators and is one of the most renowned concert venues of the world. Listening to some concert here should be on the ‘to do’ list of every music fan. When no concerts are being held, the Visitor Center in the theatre has a Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame andmuseum. Coors Brewery Tour Coors Brewery is the world’s biggest brewing site which still makes use of the Rocky Mountain spring water which was forts discovered by Adolph Coors in 1873. Travel guides and tours show all the steps in the brewing process and finish with free samples for everyone! Colorado Railroad Museum A museum encircled by thetall Western rises, the Colorado Railroad Museum along with being an amazing location has a total collection of over 100 standard and narrow gauge locomotives, cars andcarriages. Displays include a working rail area, photographs, model railroads and different artifacts, which are placed in a model 1880’s style depot. A tour train also runs on the Saturdays and shows the tourist around the old western areas.
Georgetown Settled in a vertical mountain valley, Georgetown also known as the ‘Silver Queen’ is one of Colorado’s most graceful mining towns with over 200 Victorian architecture buildings. Here you can ride the Georgetown Loop Railroad or tour some of the historic homes and go for shopping on the antiquated Main Street which has been used in many Hollywood films by Clint Eastwood and John Denver. Rocky Mountain National Park This is the Colorado’s No. 1 attraction for tourists. It is 71 miles from Denver city and makes you experience amemorable trip into the centers of the Rocky Mountains. Stretching across 350 miles accompanying trails wandersto the valleys of exotic wildflowers, enormous waterfalls, great alpine lakes and rocky peaks covered with snow.
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