Denver Colorado has a lot to offer residents and visitors alike. In fact, it offers some things that you cannot find anywhere else in Colorado. Here is a list of the best things to do in Denver Colorado:
Visit the Aquarium
Visiting Denver’s downtown aquarium is something that you should consider whenever you visit Denver. Here, more than 1 million gallons of underwater enables you to see over 500 species of sea life.
One of the best exhibits here is the interactive touch tank where it is possible to pet stingrays. Other favorite exhibits include the coral lagoon and shipwreck. After enjoying what the aquarium has to offer, enjoy a meal at the aquarium’s restaurant which is surrounded by a tank with brightly colored fish from Hawaii, Caribbean, Indian Ocean and South Pacific.
Browse the Botanic Gardens
I know that many people reading this article know Denver Botanic gardens from Woody Allen’s film ‘Sleeper’. In fact, it is as beautiful as it is on camera. It has three different location across the city and feature an amphitheater used for summer concerts, themed gardens, a conservatory and rotating exhibits. The Gardens are a must visit for nature lovers or those who want to escape the concrete jungle without leaving city limits.
Float the Lazy River at Water World
Water world is among the largest water parks in America and is a must visit especially during summer. This place sits on 67 acres and has many rides and slide for all ages with different thrill levels. One of the best things to enjoy at Water World is to float at the long Lazy River especially if you are visiting with your family.
Enjoy a game at Coors Field
If you are a baseball fan, then this place is a must visit. This ballpark is family friendly and has been a league leader for a long time. Another good thing about Coors field is that you can enjoy a beautiful view of the Rocky Mountains especially if you sit in the first base and right field areas.
There are also several amenities ideal for kids. Tours of the grounds are also available on season and offseason. These tours offer a fascinating behind the scenes look at the ballpark. The tours cover a distance of a mile and last for about one and half hours. And the good thing is that the tours are accessible for people with disabilities.