Experience The Mile High City where the majestic Rocky Mountains and 300 days of sunshine inspire you to get out and explore. From Western history, art and culture to craft beer, innovative cuisine and live music, discover the people and places that make Denver a great American city.

*Tours depart Colorado Convention Center between 11am and 12pm and return no later than 4:30pm.

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1. Shop Cherry Creek  

(Shuttles will run every 30 minutes starting at 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 pm. to take people to the shopping area, last shuttle will return downtown at 4:30 pm.)

Calling all Shoppers!  Looking for sales and treasures?  The Cherry Creek neighborhood features hundreds of shops, restaurants and galleries. Stroll the tree-lined streets of Cherry Creek North or visit the adjacent Cherry Creek Shopping Center with Macy’s, Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus and more! 

2. Denver Sports: Behind-the-Scenes  

Denver is often referred to as “Sports Town USA!”  Find out why, as you go “behind the scenes” at the major sports facilities including Coors Field (baseball), Pepsi Center (hockey and basketball) and Sports Authority Field at Mile High, home to the Super Bowl 50 Champion Denver Broncos.

3. Savory, Sweet & Street Art: RiNo Neighborhood

Explore RiNo (River North), a unique blend of urban charm and industrial redevelopment that is now a hotspot for live music, Denver eateries, breweries and colorful street art!  Stops include The Source and Denver Central Market.

4. Wild, Wild West!

Venture into the foothills of the Rocky Mountains to explore Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre and the Buffalo Bill Museum & Grave, high atop Lookout Mountain. Next stop is Golden, Colorado, home of the famed Coors Brewery. 

5. Outdoor Adventure Sampler

Experience easy hiking amidst the ancient, giant red boulders of Red Rocks Park and enjoy the scenic Lariat Loop drive. Then, back to Denver to check out urban adventures from B-cycle to kayaking!  

6. Mile High History & Heritage

Hear the stories of Denver’s colorful past, from the Gold Rush and the “Wild West” to the railroad era and beyond.  See History Colorado Center, Molly Brown House Museum, Larimer Square, Denver Union Station, Black American West Museum and Rockmount Ranch Wear, where the first snap-button western shirt was invented!

7. Denver Beer Trail

Explore downtown Denver and the RiNo (River North) and South Broadway neighborhoods. See street art murals, browse eclectic shops and taste the local craft brewers’ latest creations.  Stops include Wynkoop Brewing Company, Denver’s first microbrewery, along with other unique neighborhood breweries. 

8. Spirits, Cider and Coffee 

Discover the creative makers in Denver who are bringing craft beverages to new heights, from cider and whiskey to locally roasted coffee, and learn about the neighborhoods they call home.  Stops include Stranahan’s Colorado Whiskey and Corvus Coffee Roasters.

9. “Old West to New West” Walking Tour

Learn about this walkable city with its rich Western history, from the Gold Rush days and railroad era to the vibrant, creative city it is today.  Start at Denver’s first commercial street – Larimer Square and discover historic hotels, LoDo (Lower Downtown), the Colorado State Capitol Building and more.

10. Denver is for Art Lovers  

Minutes from the Colorado Convention Center is the Golden Triangle neighborhood, home to the Denver Art Museum, the Clyfford Still Museum and the new Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art. Special docent tours will be available, and the gift shops are not to be missed.

11. Wild Denver Adventures

Experience attractions that showcase beautiful nature, scenic parks, prehistoric creatures and amazing wildlife exhibits.  Stops include Denver Museum of Nature & Science, Denver Botanic Gardens and Denver Zoo.

12. Sip & Stroll: Riverfront and Highlands Neighborhoods

See why Denver is known as a creative, outdoor city with a thriving craft beer culture and a hot culinary scene. Explore the Riverfront and Highlands neighborhoods’ craft breweries, unique eateries, independent boutiques and urban parks. 

13. Discover Denver’s Art Districts

Explore the creative side of Denver in neighborhoods like the Art District on Santa Fe which showcases some of the most authentic Mexican culture in the city, and RiNo (River North), the neighborhood “where art is made.”  Stops will include Museo de las Americas, art studios and galleries.

*Departs Colorado Convention Center at 11:15am, returns at 4:30pm

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