With the $30 three-day pass in hand, you’ll receive admission to some of the city’s most fascinating attractions.
It's the perfect - and most wallet-friendly - way to enjoy the best of Denver.
How the Mile High Culture Pass works:
The Mile High Culture Pass is a printable ticket available at MileHighCulturePass.com or at the Denver Visitor Information Center located at 1600 California St. in downtown. Just purchase and print it out and you are on your way to a cultural tour like no other. Over the course of five consecutive days, the "Seven" pass for $52.80 will allow entry to all seven participating attractions (noted below). Over the course of three consecutive days, the "Three" pass for $30 will allow entry to three participating attractions of your choice (noted below). There is a limit of eight (8) passes that can be purchased via the system at one time. The pass is activated at the first attraction visited.
The participating Mile High Culture Pass attractions are:
Clyfford Still, considered one of the most important painters of the 20th century, was among the first generation of Abstract Expressionist artists. The
museum, which opened at the end of 2011, was founded to promote the late artist's work and legacy. Still's estate - 2,400 artworks - had been sealed off
from the public since 1980.
Designed by the renowned Gio Ponti and Daniel Libeskind, this architectural icon houses one of the world's greatest collections of American Indian and
Western masterpieces, alongside cutting-edge works and classics from the likes of Picasso, Cézanne and many more.
This 23-acre oasis in the middle of the city has 45 different gardens (some 33,000 plants), as well as one of the nation's top 10 conservatories. Relax in
the Japanese Garden, climb through the Rock Alpine Garden and explore the new Mordecai Children's Garden.
One of the largest museums in the U.S., the Denver Museum of Nature & Science is a maze filled with treasures of the earth - dinosaurs, dioramas, space
exhibits, science experiments, a digital planetarium, IMAX theatre and touring shows.
Go underwater with polar bears, or eyeball-to-eyeball with a gorilla. The Zoo's Predator Ridge recreates the plains of Africa with a pride of lions, while
Tropical Discovery is rainforest teeming with crocodiles and gila monsters. The zoo's newest addition is Toyota Elephant Passage, a $50 million, 10-acre
home for the Zoo's elephants, gibbons, rhinos and more, all in the heart of an Asian village.
The History Colorado Center, one of Denver's newest cultural attractions, is designed to ignite imaginations of all ages about Colorado history through
high-tech and hands-on exhibits, programs for children and adults, and special events.
Called "Denver's most interesting museum" by the Denver Post, The Kirkland Museum showcases the work of Colorado's distinguished painter, Vance Kirkland
(1904-1981). The museum is also filled to the brim with more than 3,300 works of Arts & Crafts, Art Nouveau, Glasgow Style, Wiener Werkstätte, De
Stijl, Bauhaus, Art Deco, Modern and Pop Art.
Even more savings!
Mile High Culture Pass buyers will also get an additional:
- 50-percent-off deal on Denver B-cycle, the city's bike sharing program
- Discounted admission to the Molly Brown House Museum, the restored Victorian home of famed Titanic survivor, the
"Unsinkable" Molly Brown.
- Discounted admission to the Byers-Evans House Museum, a beautifully
restored Denver home from the 1912-1924 period.
- Free children's admission (under 12) to the Denver Firefighters Museum, located inside a former
fire station built in 1909.
- Two for one admission at Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab (The CELL)
- Discounted admission at the Butterfly Pavilion
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