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Tivoli Brewing Company is the oldest brewery in the State of Colorado and continues on in its original home in Downtown Denver,Colorado. The Tivoli Beer story traces its roots to 1859, when German immigrant John Good founded a brewery in the newly settled town of Denver. Known as the Rocky Mountain Brewery, Sigi's Brewery, the Milwaukee Brewery, and in 1900 renamed Tivoli, the brewery would become one of the largest breweries in the West.
900 Auraria Parkway, Suite 240
Denver, Colorado 80204
Plan an outing to Boondocks Fun Center and you won't go home hungry for food or entertainment. Located just north of Denver, the Boondocks Fun Center's beautiful landscape sets the mood for a day of fun. The 8-acre facility offers something for everyone including: Go-Kart, Bowling, Bumper Boats, Miniature Golf, Laser Tag, Kiddie Cave, Huge Arcade, Great Food. Meeting Rooms & More.
11425 Community Center Drive
Northglenn, Colorado 80233
The Pikes Peak Cog Railway, highest train in the United States, climbs to 14,115 feet while winding through boulder-strewn canyons and forests of pine and aspen. The journey ends high above timberline where vistas of the Great Plains and the Continental Divide unfold. Wildlife viewing and hiking trails are found along the route. Your adventure begins just 60 miles South of Denver.
515 Ruxton Avenue
Manitou Springs, Colorado 80829
Sky dive day or night in any kind of weather. SkyVenture Colorado is a climate-controlled wind tunnel where families can sky dive without actually having to jump out of an airplane or use a parachute. First time flyers go through a training session with the world's best instructors before gearing up and taking flight. Regardless of your skill level, it's a fun and exhilarating experience for anyone age 3 to 103.
9230 Park Meadows Dr.
Lone Tree, Colorado 80124
We are still telling river stories after many years and thousands of river miles, and we want to be part of your river story. Our Colorado rafting trips are second-to-none, designed with your adventurous spirit in mind. We offer many classes of difficulty within our Colorado rafting trips, from beginner all the way to expert. Clear Creek trips depart from Idaho Springs/Dumont (just 35 minutes from Denver).
2350 Riverside Dr.
Idaho Springs, Colorado 80452
Take a peak into Colorado's history. Historical tours begin on the first floor and consist of early Colorado history, Capitol construction, several stained glass windows, Women's Gold Tapestry, Presidential portraits, and a stop outside the Senate and House of Representatives chambers. A Tour of the Dome is also offered. Tours are offered hourly from 10am-3pm. Reservations for Dome Tour are required.
200 E. Colfax Ave
Denver, Colorado 80203
Begin your Wild West experience with a visit to the Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave, on top of Lookout Mountain. Enjoy views of the Rocky Mountains and of Denver, visit exhibits about Buffalo Bill and the Wild West in the Museum, spend time in the Pahaska Tepee gift shop and cafe, and then wander over to Buffalo Bill's grave. From Denver, take I-70 west to exit 256 and follow the signs.
987 1/2 Lookout Mountain Rd
Golden, Colorado 80401
Located in Historic Downtown Golden, the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum is the region's only museum dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the art of quilting. Explore the scope of quilting from early bedcoverings to contemporary fiber art. Enjoy quarterly exhibits, tours and programs for adults and youth. The shop features unusual gift items and the work of local artists.
200 Violet St.
Golden, Colorado 80401
The Forney Museum of Transportation is a one-of-a-kind collection of over 500 exhibits relating to historical transportation. It began with antique cars, but soon expanded to include vehicles of all kinds. Some of these are familiar, while others spark the imagination. The Forney Museum is also the home of the Union Pacific Big Boy, “One of the Largest Steam Trains Ever Built,” and to Amelia Earhart’s 1923 Kissel Goldbug, “The Yellow Peril”.
4303 Brighton Blvd. Bldg #1
Denver, Colorado 80216
Explore the home of Margaret 'Molly' Brown and learn the story of a changing America through the life of a bold, outspoken Western woman whose activism and charity impacted the lives of many around the world. Open year-round, the museum offers rotating exhibits, special public and private events, as well as guided tours of this iconic Denver landmark. Tours are offered every half hour.
1340 Pennsylvania St
Denver, Colorado 80203