Even with the snow and dropping temperatures, there’s still lots of fun to be had in the Mile-High City. With plenty of places to kick back or learn something new, here are a few things to check out if you’re looking for some enjoyable activities in downtown Denver.
Take a Ride on the West Denver Brewery Bike Loop
This fun bike ride will take you on a scenic view around west Denver between WestFax, Joyride, Hogshead, Oasis and Seedstock on the last Saturday of each month. Bike the loop and earn a free beer! Traveling to 5 West Denver Breweries, enjoy a cold beverage and FREE beer voucher at the end. Participate with friends or family for an unforgettable trip!
Warm Up with Hot Chocolate at Union Station
Often referred to as “Denver’s living room,” Union Station is a premier spot to eat, drink, mix and mingle with locals and visitors alike. If you’re trying to escape the cold, grab a cup of delicious hot cocoa as you see travelers coming and going from the active train platform in the back. It’s also a great place to bring friends to sip cocktails or enjoy a meal at one of the many award-winning restaurants inside.
Indulge at The Brown Palace Hotel
The iconic Hotel that has hosted many Presidents and Celebrities, offers tea and other treats every afternoon from noon to 4 p.m. Listen to a live pianist while being treated to top-notch service and beautiful spreads of freshly brewed herbal teas, scones and finger sandwiches.
Explore at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science
Where else can you see dinosaurs, Egyptian mummies and learn about far-away planets? The Denver Museum of Nature and Science is an experience that nobody forgets and is fun for the whole family. With all sorts of fun shows and activities, it’s the perfect place to spend a day off and learn something cool about science.
Spread your Wings at the Butterfly Pavilion
Tired of the cold? Denver’s Butterfly Pavilion is the perfect place to get a taste of the tropic here in Colorado. The pavilion is home to more than 1,600 free-flying butterflies and has more than 5,000 creatures living there. Tickets are $9 for kids, $13 for adults and must be purchased in advance.
Though these activities are great ways to spend the colder days in Colorado, they’re still available all throughout the year! With so many things to learn, do and see, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.