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From the stately Victorian houses of Five Points to the hip restaurants and nightclubs of historic LoDo, Denver's laid-back attitude is exemplified in its neighborhoods. Explore the city on a B-cycle, Denver's pioneering bike sharing system. Use our Interactive Neighborhood Map to find attractions, restaurants and interesting places within each neighborhood. Then, get to know Denver's historic districts and neighborhoods with our individual Neighborhood Guides below.

Visit Colorado's largest art gallery district with First Friday Art Walks.

Distrito más grande de la galería de arte de la visita Colorado con Primer Viernes paseos de arte.

This culturally stimulating neighborhood is home to eight of Denver's museums.

Check out Cherry Creek, Denver's premier shopping and dining neighborhood, just 5 minutes from downtown Denver.

Denver's hip, historic district, with a huge independent bookstore, brewpubs, Western wear, Coors Field, and dozens of dining and nightlife options.

The East Colfax section of the USA's longest commercial street is a treasure trove for live entertainment, independent films, eateries and classic shops.

Once a stop for jazz greats, the Five Points neighborhood still hums with coffeehouses, museums, taprooms, festivals and mouthwatering soul food and BBQ.

Close to downtown is the trendy Highlands neighborhood with hip restaurants, renovated bungalows and an ice cream shop in a giant milk can.

River North Art District personifies urban charm and industrial renewal with jazz bars, eateries, brewpubs, art galleries and studios, and creative events.

Known for its amazing antique stores, South Broadway also has avant-garde clothing stores, used bookstores, ethnic restaurants and live music venues.

Head to South Federal in Denver for the best unpretentious eats. Experience local favorites like the Little Saigon Market & Barnum Park. Visit now!

Discover an idyllic suburban neighborhood where trails connect the parks and residential areas to village-like shopping areas.

Discover the fun of Uptown with its Restaurant Row, Denver Zoo, Denver Museum of Nature & Science, Avenue Theater and spacious City Park.

Visit Washington Park (Wash Park) in Denver for lush landscaping, a booming fitness scene, & one of the city's oldest shopping districts. Explore now!

Arvada's historic downtown is filled with galleries, shops, restaurants and breweries and hosts a wide range of festivals, theater productions and concerts.

Lakewood brims with shopping, dining and entertainment options at Belmar and Colorado Mills and arts districts, concerts and cultural and heritage centers.

Golden was Colorado's territorial capital until 1867 and exudes the West with a historic downtown, museums, trails, events and the world's largest brewery.

Get a glimpse into the relaxed ambiance of a different era. Downtown Littleton offers a charming Main Street lined with turn-of-the-century buildings