Where else can you hunt ghosts, check out street art, follow the Beat Generation, taste authentic whiskey, get inspired by aviation history and go cycling with mountain views? Denver, of course. 

Professional tour operators are happy to show you around while there are plenty of self-guided versions. Check out these tour options to make your visit to The Mile High City complete.




From zipping around on a Vespa-style scooter in town to gorgeous hikes in the nearby mountains, these sightseeing and unique experiences will leave you in awe. Speaking of awe, Denver has a rich aviation history from the dawn of flight to space exploration. Take this inspiring, self-guided aviation tour of museums, hangouts and unique experiences. And to further expand your mind, learn about the Beat Generation, a literary movement that skyrocketed to prominence in the 1950s where Denver served as a central character. 

Food & Drink


Whether you want to grab a bite from a food truck, sip cocktails at a Prohibition-style speakeasy, or treat yourself at a restaurant helmed by a James Beard award winner, you can fulfill all your foodie dreams in Denver on these food and drink tours. Whiskey aficionados won't want to miss touring Stranahan's Colorado Whiskey, Colorado's first distillery since Prohibition. 

Arts & Culture


The River North Art District (RiNo) is famous for a lot of things, particularly street art. On these RiNo tours, you can take in the mindblowing murals and sample beer and wine. Rose onyx, meanwhile, is an extremely rare stone but you don't have to go far to see it.

Walking, Biking & Ghosts 


Historical sites and ghosts go hand in hand. Experience a little of both on these bus and walking tours. One of the most efficient ways to see the metro area is on two wheels. Various bike tours allow you to explore public art, breweries and farm country with Rocky Mountain views.