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. Use our neighborhood guides below to find attractions, restaurants and interesting places within each neighborhood and historic district.

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South Broadway has always been a major transportation corridor for Denver, even from its early days as a rough road used for hauling produce into the city. Today, South Broadway and the Baker...

Denver is an outdoor city with a vibrant, walkable downtown offering urban adventures for all ages. Within a one-mile radius, you can kayak on the Platte River; explore some of the city's best...

El Distrito Artístico de Santa Fe es uno de los designados "distritos creativos" en Colorado, con más de 30 galerías de arte, estudios e innovadoras empresas. Las...

This neighborhood offers a vibrant mix of arts, culture and Colorado history. Explore the gold-domed Colorado State Capitol with its "Mile High" marker on the 13th step. Civic Center Park...

Cherry Creek North is the premier outdoor retail and dining destination with an impressive collection of art galleries and independently owned boutiques like Revampt. Spend the day walking through 16...

Colfax Avenue is the longest commercial street in the U.S.A. after first appearing on Denver maps in 1868 as a dirt road and then becoming a bustling trolley route in The Mile High City in the 1890s....

Cultures blend in historic Five Points, one of Denver's oldest and most diverse neighborhoods. The district was known as the "Harlem of the West" because it was a frequent stop for jazz...

Victorian-era homes and buildings; lush gardens and parks; hip independently owned shops; art galleries; and restaurants, all make the Denver Highlands neighborhood a great destination for visitors....

The River North Art District "where art is made" goes by the nickname of "RiNo" and has even adopted a rhino design for its official logo, so look for creative rhinos in art and...

The Art District on Santa Fe is one of Colorado's designated Creative Districts, with more than 30 art galleries, studios and innovative businesses. The neighborhood's traditionally Hispanic...

Federal Boulevard offers a taste of everything from hand-crafted beers and modern Italian cuisine to the best authentic Asian and Mexican eateries. All along Federal Boulevard are bright murals...

With 46 miles of urban trails, the Central Park, Lowry and Northfield neighborhoods are a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of downtown. The neighborhood is home to many parks and open...

This hip district has firmly established itself as a capital of "cool," just east of downtown. Restaurant Row, the stretch of 17th Avenue running from Broadway to City Park, is lined with...

Take a break from the busy downtown scene in lovely Washington Park - dubbed "Wash Park" by locals. The area has a Rockwellian feel, with its lush landscaping, awning-covered storefronts and...

The city of Arvada, located just northwest of Denver, offers visitors a small-town feel. Much of the community's charm stems from the turn-of-the-century Main Street Americana ambiance of Olde...

Belmar is a vibrant reinvention of downtown Lakewood that evokes the ambiance of an old town village center. The district is based around a central plaza, ringed with cafes, that hosts concerts during...

The Wild West is still alive in Golden, Colorado's territorial capital until 1867. Upon arriving in Golden, you are welcomed with an old-fashioned wooden arch over Washington Street reading:...

Just a few miles south of downtown Denver, Historic Downtown Littleton has a charm all its own, from turn-of-the-century buildings and antique shops to cozy, relaxed eateries, restaurants and bars....