- Traveller favouritesThings to do ranked using Tripadvisor data including reviews, ratings, photos, and popularity.
- Traveller rankingHighest rated attractions on Tripadvisor, based on traveller reviews.
77 places sorted by traveller favourites.
We perform checks on reviews
Tripadvisor’s approach to reviews
Before posting, each Tripadvisor review goes through an automated tracking system, which collects information, answering the following questions: how, what, where and when. If the system detects something that potentially contradicts our community guidelines, the review is not published.
When the system detects a problem, a review may be automatically rejected, sent to the reviewer for validation, or manually reviewed by our team of content specialists, who work 24/7 to maintain the quality of the reviews on our site.
Our team checks each review posted on the site disputed by our community as not meeting our community guidelines.
Learn more about our review moderation.
Points of Interest & Landmarks • Historic Walking Areas
Central Business District
Speciality Museums • Architectural Buildings
Central Business District
Learn more about this content
Tours, activities and experiences bookable on Tripadvisor, ranked using exclusive Tripadvisor data including reviews, ratings, photos, popularity, user preferences, price, and bookings made through Tripadvisor.
What travellers are saying
- Nice railway station in the center of Denver. Gives a good impression of the history of Denver. Inside the station you have a variety of shops, Snackbars and Coffeeshops. The station is still used as it's purpose.Written 13 November 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Free guided tours that last an hour are available weekday at 11:00, 12:00, and 1:00. Very interesting and entertaining. You can walk to the top near the rotunda and go outside.....100 steps to get there. You must have a guide to go up. Beautiful views from there. Just below that is the "attic" which houses an interesting museum. It is an easy walk from the capitol the catch the free 16th St. Mall shuttle which we took to the end and walked back the other way. The capitol building also is beside Civic Center Park which has a few nice bronze statues.Written 13 November 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Intuitive ✨ Numberologist
Negating Life With Your Number
Then Numbers don’t lie ⚡️🔮
⬇️⬇️⬇️ could be anywhere with me right now, where would it be…..🍄Written 16 January 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Head to elegant Larimer Square for shops, people-watching, and dinner. Larimer Square is the city’s oldest and most historic part of town where the first gold prospectors from the Old West era staked their claim.
There’s a relaxed vibe and it’s the perfect part of town to chill into your weekend in Denver. You’ll find hip coffee bars, urban boutiques and exclusive stores, and maybe some street performers. For dinner, take your pick from a great range of chef-led restaurants or one of the many different cuisines available.Written 23 July 2022
- 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
- went for a stroll to go and experience Denver, and that is were I stumbled upon this church, really imposing building, great stained glass windows with nice catholic scenes on them. good experience to have stumbled upon as a touristWritten 27 January 2023
- Visited mid-August, and they had only recently reopened for tours. Based on older reviews, you used to just be able to show up at certain times, now you have to write on for tickets. They have a couple of tour times during the day, and you list your preferred date/times. Only complaint is that it wasn't until almost the date that we were told we had tickets, so if you are in a limited schedule be aware that you might not be able to lock things in very far in advance.
Informative tour, interesting historical exhibits. You can see into the minting floor, so on our morning there were streams of pennies running along the conveyer belt.
Keep in mind this is a government building. So there is security, you can't have any bags, and no photos inside. Be sure to be early as they tell you, they won't let in people who are late.
As others have mentioned, you get an uncirculated penny, and penny blank. There's also a nice gift shop.
Plenty of parking in near by garages.Written 31 August 2022
- Welcome to twenty first century accommodations!
The far western skyline is draped by the Rocky Mountains, and the front range Mild November sun splashed days brighten this one of a kind property.
This community concept boasts Pool, Jacuzzi, TRX and Cardio gym
Equally stimulating was the antiquated reading and billards tables
If you find a better tongue and groove fit for the demands of Modern work life and tension free zones, please notify me immediately
You MUST book the AirBnB posted hereWritten 26 November 2022
- I often struggle to find a good place to run in a city, but the trail provided all the miles I needed and then some! It was great to see so many people out and the split trail so that walkers/runners had their own trail apart from cyclists was fantastic as well!Written 30 August 2022
- I stayed near here when I visited Denver and walked in the park a couple of times. Beautiful park in the middle of the city.Written 27 November 2022
- Booked a tour and discovered the tour was canceled due to only one staff working. The one staff member working alone was diligent in making sure everyone had fast service. As always, Great Divide makes great beer and the vibe was pretty chill the afternoon we were there.Written 14 January 2023
- I couldn't figure out the name of the playground itself, so this review is for the main playground and not for City Park itself (which we did really enjoy).
a. There seem to be multiple playgrounds in City Park in Denver, but I think this one MAY be the largest it has. It is located near the duck pond and a very short walk to the pavillion. There is a pretty good amount of street parking nearby. Seemed pretty safe to me.
b. The playground is huge and there are A LOT of options for kids to do. There are slides, climbing structures, a merry-go-round looking thing, this bumpy path thing that my son really enjoyed, and even a swing for a wheelchair (never seen that before).
c. The only thing was that there were A LOT of kids there. It was a challenge to find a table and to not feel space invaded. There were even a couple of kids there that weren’t quite kind to my son and his mother didn’t notice or seem bothered by it. It killed some of the fun of the outing.
d. Well made park with lots to do. Busy though so expect that if you go (we went around 10-something). And yeah, and in early July it was HOT. There is some shade by the tables, but if I recall, not on/around the play structures. Plan for that.Written 31 August 2022
- The staff here is always very friendly, helping me find the books I need every visit! Building itself is pretty cool, too!Written 28 August 2020
- Balistreri Vineyards is a hidden gem north of Denver in the middle of the industrial area. It is a gorgeous venue. It is used for weddings and other events. It also does wine tastings (they make their own wines) and is open for lunch as well. It is open to the public from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. daily. The executive chef is fantastic and the wait staff is professional. The lunch menu changes with the seasons and sources much of its produce locally even growing some of their own. Our choices this time were: house-made ciabatta and bacon-wrapped dates and the antipasti for starters. All were wonderful. We followed that with delicious small plates fried Brussels sprouts and house-made whipped ricotta. Then some of us had the beet salad (amazing), the preserved lemon gnocchi and the butternut squash risotto. One of our party has a dietary restriction so Chef Sumichrast went off menu for him. Fantastic! The kids (ages 11, 9 and 7) had the kids' butter noodles and fruit cup but they all had had plenty of the appetizers and small plates, too. The kids were impressed. We spent three hours at table. (We let the kids go out in the grassy area between courses and that was fine with the staff.) The entire afternoon was magical. If you are looking for a long Sunday lunch for foodies and family, this is it. Magnifique! We did try the wines doing the featured wine flights. My favorite was the Petit Verdot.Written 21 November 2022
- My sister and I visited for the first time recently from the UK. We were delighted to find a Bath and Body store with some great offers when we visited. Staff were also so pleasant in this store. There were other stores we enjoyed such as American Eagle, Victoria's Secret and quite a few other brands. You can get something to eat here, we enjoyed Panda Express and a Greek food outlet here. We had to pay for parking, however there were plenty of spaces.Written 30 August 2022