16TH STREET MALL
denver airport limousin present the first day is a good day to walk around LoDo, Larimer Square, explore the 16th Street Mall, and generally get your bearings. Start the day at the 16th Street Mall at Wazee Street. Designed in 1982 by I.M. Pei, the 16th Street Mall is a mile-long pedestrian promenade lined with outdoor cafes and retail shops. This is a great place to launch your first day of adventure. Free shuttles run the length of the mall stopping at every intersection making it easy to cover a lot of ground quickly. You’ll want to stop in many of the shops but one you won’t want to miss is where you begin.
ROCKMOUNT RANCH WEAR
A Denver original, fashion pioneer Papa Jack Weil invented the western snap-button shirt and opened shop back in 1946. He sold his shirts to presidents and rock stars alike including Eric Clapton and Bruce Springsteen. Stop by the Rockmount Ranch Wear flagship store and museum to browse the incredible selection of western-style shirts, hats and accessories. Papa Jack passed away at the grand old age of 107 in 2008, but his Mile High City Spirit lives on at this great Denver store with denver airport limousin.
The Tattered Cover is one of the nation’s largest and most well known independent bookstores and often hosts signings by some of the literary world’s most famous authors. From the second you walk in the door, it’s easy to see why locals and visitors alike love Tattered Cover. With great views of Union Station, the treasured bookstore offers one of the most extensive collections of books about Denver and Colorado with denver airport limousin. After perusing the Tattered Cover, spend some time walking around one of Denver’s favorite neighborhoods.
Denver’s oldest block is also it’s most trendy. The shops and boutiques of Larimer Square carry the latest fashions from New York to Milan. Charming and elegant, gas lamps line the street as the mountain views remind you of what lured you here in the first place.denver airport limousin With several restaurants and nightclubs, Larimer Square is a great place for dinner and to end your first day in Denver.
KIRKLAND MUSEUM OF FINE & DECORATIVE ARTS
Take in the Kirkland Museum‘s collection of 20th-century decorative arts. On display is more than 3,300 works of Arts & Crafts, Art Nouveau, Glasgow Style, Wiener Werkstatte, De Stijl, Bauhaus, Art Deco, Modern, and Pop Art. Additionally, a major survey of Colorado art history is documented with over 170 artists represented by more than 700 works with a strong focus on the first thee quarters of the 20th Century. Also, be sure to view the retrospective of Colorado’s distinguished painter Vance Kirkland (1904-1981).
MOLLY BROWN HOUSE MUSEUM
1340 Pennsylvania St.
denver airport limousin No trip to Denver would be complete without a stop by the house of its most famous prospector, Molly Brown. Margaret “Molly” Brown gained wealth during Denver’s gold rush days and fame as a Titanic survivor, earning her the nickname “Unsinkable Molly.” This historic turn-of-the-century mansion contains original furnishings and mementos including furniture, china, silver, artwork, photographs and textiles. Her adventurous travels often overshadowed her philanthropic and political contributions and the Molly Brown House Museum is a great place to learn about all facets of the woman and the times in which she lived.
DINNER IN UPTOWN
Colfax Ave. forms Uptown’s southern boundary, while 20th St. creates its northern border. York St. and Broadway border Uptown to the east and west, respectively
Close to City Park lies a neighborhood filled with numerous dining choices – Uptown. From upscale Italian to casual Vietnamese, to local favorites like Steuben’s (523 E. 17th Ave.), beast + bottle (719 E. 17th Ave.) and Il Posto (2011 E. 17th Ave.), you can easily walk this area filled with diverse option denver airport limousin.
RED ROCKS PARK & AMPHITHEATRE
18300 W. Alameda Pkwy., Morrison
denver airport limousin Aside from being a geological wonder 70 million years in the making, Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre is one of the world’s most famous concert sites and a must see for any music enthusiast. Well-known symphonies, and bands ranging from The Beatles to U2 have graced the stage surrounded by dramatic 500-foot high red sandstone cliffs. Trails surrounding the concert venue, and a spectacular view of the plains make it a perfect place for moderately challenging hikes. There are also dinosaur tracks and fossil fragments dating back 160 million years to captivate geologist and students alike. Want a unique way to get there? Try renting a scooter from ScooTours Denver. They supply everything you need for a fun ride through the foothills. When you’re finished imagining what it would have been like witnessing some of the greatest musicians ever performing in such a breathtaking venue, head to Golden where you’ll find your next attraction.