Charming neighborhoods are at the core of Denver’s distinct and diverse personality. These districts of commerce and entertainment are a looking glass into the city’s rich history and feature a vibe that can be paired with a group’s own unique persona. From Uptown and the River North Art District (RiNo) to Five Points and Highlands, VISIT DENVER can point the way to experiences that attendees will remember long after the meeting wraps up.


Denver's hip, historic district, has nightlife, dining, shopping and a baseball lover's paradise, Coors Field.

Golden Triangle Creative District

Explore the Denver Art Museum, nightclubs, and remarkable architecture.


One of Sunset Magazine's "Hippest 'Hoods" thanks to Restaurant Row, City Park, and the Denver Zoo.


One of Men's Journal's favorites, this neighborhood has panoramic patios, galleries, and Victorian architecture.

Art District On Santa Fe

The heart of the Latino community, First Friday Art Walks keep restaurants open late.

Five Points

Rich in African-American culture, it's the spot for authentic barbecue and the Five Points Jazz Festival.

RiNo (River North Art District)

"Where art gets made." Don't miss the Dry Ice Factory, a renovated art space.

Capitol Hill/Congress Park

The Capitol anchors a hilltop neighborhood full of galleries and brewpubs.

East Colfax

Music lovers flock to the Fillmore and the Ogden theaters, while bookworms browse the Tattered Cover Book Store.