Things to do in Central Business District

Top 10 Things to Do in Central Business District, Denver

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  • Bryan R
    1 contribution
    Me and my wife went to the cheese cake factory and the food was great !!! It was a very nice time and the service was excellent.
    Written 28 December 2022
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  • skd22
    484 contributions
    We were in town and deided to go last minute. We had a party of 8. Bought tickets to Pretty Woman the day before our performance, so only seats left were the balcony. Would skip the balcony experience in the future as you really are far away from the stage. Parking was easy and theatre was nice. Definietly will go again, just not the balcony.
    Written 23 August 2022
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  • LAW64
    Tonbridge, UK1,600 contributions
    Like several reviewers we didn't go in to the convention center but wanted to see the big blue bear outside! It is a very recognisable feature in Denver and worth the walk. Also see other works such as the dustbin and brush outside the art gallery.
    Written 28 September 2022
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  • Michael A
    South Daytona, FL49 contributions
    The museum was very impressive with two centuries of art to modern painting. There are three floors of works of the old west.
    The museum is very good for the handicap or senior citizens. Elevators for all floors.
    Very old building located in the heart of Denver.
    A must stop if you are in the area.
    Written 14 December 2022
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  • Tony
    39 contributions
    This restaurant offers a nice selection of dishes for lunch or dinner, all reasonably priced. We each chose a different bowl topped off with chicken or salmon. All were delicious. Curiously for a brewery there were no beers listed on the men, although they were supplied when requested. Prompt and friendly service completed a pleasant dining experience.
    Written 4 September 2022
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  • Sarah S
    Westminster, CO1,122 contributions
    I've been to this museum before for a child's birthday party (it was great for that!) and brought my visiting brother's family back when we were exploring the town. It was interesting and fun and it doesn't take too too long. There is a good gift shop and firetruck on which kids can dress up and play.
    Written 13 May 2020
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  • Manuel C
    Anaheim, CA29 contributions
    We visited the Money Museum (bring valid Drivers License or Passport) not recalling knowing what to expect, this is not the US Mint. It was fine display of the history or US currency but a little lacking in explaining.
    Very nice for young children as it also caters to them.
    Overall worth the visit if you are in the area.
    Written 3 December 2019
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  • Bob Nevans
    Aurora, CO7 contributions
    As I looked about the 'theater in a circle' seating, noting the souls who had braved Denver's weather Tuesday night I wondered, 'What joins us, as different as we all are, in this place, to do this thing?'. Two hours later I knew the answer: Great Art. We are all separate universes really, each of us; but Great Art can, by the conceived and intentional effort of great writing, great staging and especially great acting, wrest us from our separateness and join us in a single vast mind, in a single moment in time, to share an understanding, a laugh, a guffaw, a puzzlement and most especially 'awe'. From Viola's (Mehry Eslaminia) opening soliloquy, robust in its authenticity, through the shared metanoia of Olivia's (Krystel Lucas) awakening from her sadness all of us in the audience became part of the troupe, part of the story, part of the grand understanding. The performances by the legendary cast were rowdy, irascible, impertinent, and, at the same time, through the perfection of their personal transformation of themselves into living canvas, trans-formative. A 500 year old story, shared anew, every bit as amusing, informing, entertaining and elevating now as it has been. If you are in Denver between now and Dec 22nd, and you wish to see real theater the way it is performed in NYC and at the Globe - then you must try to see 12th Night at the Stage (Denver Center Theatre Company). You will cry from laughing, you be shocked at the context of famous lines you have heard all your life, and you will be more, when you leave, than when you arrived; this I guarantee!
    Written 28 November 2019
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  • LostALot22
    Chicago, IL11,026 contributions
    This theater is about a half block off the 16th street mall. It looks quite old jammed in between other buildings. I like old buildings so I found it interesting.
    Written 17 September 2021
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  • KerryLP
    Fond du Lac, WI168 contributions
    Wine isn’t over the top amazing but it is great fun to take a photo and then put that on a label while you wait. Good location downtown so you can stop in before or after dinner.
    Written 9 November 2019
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  • podrozniczka60
    New Jersey14,579 contributions
    This is a good stop if you want to just kill some time and like to shop. Variety of stores. Perhaps not as lively as a few years ago but I am sure it will revive during the holiday shopping season.
    Written 8 October 2022
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  • LostALot22
    Chicago, IL11,026 contributions
    This tower is right in the 16th street mall. It’s pretty tall and looks like something that you would see in Europe. It’s a cool structure.
    Written 16 September 2021
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  • mikefrommaine2017
    Gorham, ME178 contributions
    The Church of the Holy Ghost was our pick for our Christmas Mass. It was a short and delightful walk from our stay at the Quincy on Curtis St. The church is a 1940's style ornate church with beautiful wood and marble. The acoustics was very nice and choir was so wonderful for the Christmas songs. All decked out in Christmas greens and poinsettias reds with festive lights and the Nativity made for a beautiful Christmas Mass.
    It was a terrific church to celebrate Christmas Mass....
    Written 27 December 2019
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  • Chrissy C
    1 contribution
    Such an absolute blast! I would absolutely love to come back and try all the rooms. Felix was so sweet and helpful!
    Written 8 December 2022
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  • Bee80204
    Denver, CO3,895 contributions
    I was waffling between a 3 and 4. This theatre is historic but that also means small and not crazy comfortable seats. The legroom is tight which makes getting in and out not easy. Prices at the concessions is typical of entertainment places. The other show goers told me that the food was acceptable. The small theatre is also more cozy and there is not really a bad seat in the house. That is important to us because I can’t afford the expensive seats and it makes the show seem closer even in the cheap seats. If you bring leftovers from your meal before the show with you by mistake, ask if you can check it in coat check. If not, your out of luck. They do allow unopened bottles of water but always check before you bring anything. There is a coat check for your items so you don’t need to carry your coats with you. Communication is my only complaint with the theatre. That’s because there was a delay for our show but nothing was communicated to theatre goers for a good half hour after start time. I’ve heard the same from others. Our show got cancelled btw.
    Written 3 November 2019
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