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Things to Do In Denver

Things to Do In Denver

This city beautiful has been attracting lot of tourist all round the year. The popular things to do in Denver are as follows:

  • Denver Museum of Nature and Science: If you want to see the most popular tourist place in Denver, visit this museum. It draws almost two million tourists each year. You will be escorted through the museum with a very friendly staff, answering all your queries regarding the things displayed in the museum. There is a permanent display on North American Indians, Egyptian mummies, dinosaurs, and minerals, all strikingly comprehensive and enormous. You can also see exhibits of 'Ramses II,' and 'Imperial Tombs of China'.  The museum also has an IMAX Theatre, gift shop and a café.
  • Coors Field: The most loved sport in Denver is the baseball and at the same time it is also and integral part of American culture. This baseball love is what makes the Coors Field a hub of activities. This magnificent field has a seating arrangement for more than 50,000 viewers and is regarded as one of most fan-friendly parks in the country. If you want to have a close look at the field and its history buy yourself a guided tour and have the fun walking and learning about the history of the field.
  • Colorado's Ocean Journey: For people who love to voyage and explore the nature in its natural form should add this thing to do in Denver in their list. It is a popular outdoor spot for tourists to sail and journey across two rivers that connect two sides of the world. The first journey follows the Colorado River from its headwaters at the Continental Divide as it falls down to the Sea of Cortez. On the voyage, you will explore the river's depths and witness wealth of marine life. The second journey tramps along the Kampar River in Indonesia, through the Emerald Forest and tropical jungles which are home to red arowana, clown knife fish and the wildly popular Sumatran tigers.
  • Water World: In the summer time when the heat is on you will love to tour the water world with your family and kids. This amusement park has wide range of water rides to offer to its visitors. You can also enjoy the steep slippery slides to raft rides down the "Lazy River.”  Its fun to be in the wave pool with your tiny tots, as it is specially designed for them with slides and water splashes.  It’s a perfect family spot where you will find congenial atmosphere and no drunkard to spoil your family fun.
  • Denver Zoo: Children just love to visit a zoo, so if you are on a Denver holiday tour with your kids do take them to Denver zoo. It is open all 365 days. At this zoo you will get a chance to see polar ice caps, a tropical forest, the African savanna and a jungle all in one day. Isn’t that awesome! The zoo is a high-tech habitat featuring more than 3,500 animals representing 600 species. Take lavish walk through the seven-acre 'Primate Panorama Exhibit'. Spend some time with cold climate penguins to tropical flamingos at the bird world section. That’s a great trip at one tourist spot.
  • Birdhaus Bash: The Denver Botanical Gardens organize an annual Birdhaus Bash which is the best place to buy bird houses of all shapes, sizes, colors and designs. The visitors are welcomed with live music performances, food, drinks and a party. To make this exhibition for fun filled and attractive competitions are held for various groups like, the best children's birdhouse, best celebrity birdhouse etc. And prizes are given to the winners on the spot. This Birdhaus Bash also includes some other activities like live bird prey demonstrations, fun and educational activities. This one day event is popular tourist attraction in this city.
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    Washington Park: Denver has once been a very beautiful city; this Washington Park is a remembrance of that period. Spread over an area of 155 acres this replica of George Washington's park at Mount Vernon is always full of walkers, joggers and bicyclists. In the soothing park environment you can also enjoy fishing at the two lakes in the park. The other things to do in here are playing bowling, tennis and basketball in the respective courts, playgrounds and there is plenty of space for volleyball games and a recreation center with an indoor pool. It’s simply a wonderful park to spend a holiday or plan a family picnic.
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