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Denver Zoo
Category: Zoo + Aquarium
City Park, 23rd Ave. and Steele St, Denver, CO 80014
303.376.4800


Say Cheese
More than 750 species of animals (more than 4,000 individuals) live in this spacious zoological park, home to the rare deer-like okapi as well as endangered cheetahs, Komodo dragons, and western lowland gorillas. The new...   more

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Denver Art Museum
Category: Arts + Monument + Museum
100 W. 14th Ave, Denver, CO
720.865.5000


The New Denver Art Museum Expansion
Founded in 1893, this seven-story museum is wrapped by a thin 28-sided wall faced with one million sparkling tiles. Construction on a jagged, avant-garde addition, designed by renowned architect Daniel Libeskind, began i...   more

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Coors Field
Category: Sports
2001 Blake St, Denver, CO 80121
303.762.5437


Fly Over
The Mount Evans road is now part of the state park systems. The road is well maintained and easy to drive if you aren't intimidated by winding mountain roads without guardrails. Take your time, stopping along the way to ...   more

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Rocky Mountain National Park
Category: Camps + Parks
1050 Marys Lake Rd, Estes Park, CO 80532
970.586.2889


Stanley Hotel
INVESCO Field
Category: Sports
1701 Bryant Street, Denver, CO 80204
720.258.3000


Invesco Field at Mile High Stadium
The playing surface at INVESCO Field at Mile High is a 100 percent natural grass field made up of four different Kentucky Bluegrasses, overseeded with perennial ryegrass. The grass surface is stabilized by a network of p...   more

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Cripple Creek
Category: Sightseeing + Tours
from Colorado Springs by US 24 and SR 67, Cripple Creek, CO

Shelf Road Gold Mine Country
Cripple Creek played an integral role in the rich heritage of Colorado. The first homesteaders arrived here in the mid-1800s. In 1890, a ranch hand named Bob Womack discovered gold and Cripple Creek changed forever. By 1...   more

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Cherry Creek
Category: Sightseeing + Tours
2 Steele St, Denver, CO 80209
303.355.2787


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The greatest juried art festival between the Mississippi and the Pacific Coast. Every 4th of July weekend, new and established artists present their projects and artwork for evaluation, exhibition, and sale throughout th...   more

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Colorado History Museum
Category: Monument + Museum
1300 Broadway, Denver, CO 80236
303.866.3682


Denver Post - December 22, 2006
Housed at the actual El Pueblo trading post, the museum chronicles the history of Native-American culture and the events that shaped the region from the prehistoric era to 1900, when Pueblo served as the major industrial...   more

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Swetsville Zoo
Category: Zoo + Aquarium
4801 E Harmony Rd., Fort Collins, CO 80512
970.484.9509


T-Rex at Swetsvile Zoo
Don't come to Bill Swets's zoo expecting to find animals -- not live ones, that is. The Sculpture Park is a constantly growing menagerie of more than 150 dinosaurs and other real and imaginary animals, flowers, and windm...   more

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Trail Ridge Road
Category: Sightseeing + Tours
U.S. 36, Rocky Mountain National Park, CO

4th of July Storm at Sunset on Trail Ridge Road
We stopped down at the visitor center in Estes Park to get the local weather for the mountains. We were there in late September and the snow storms were already starting to dump a lot of snow in the mountains....

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