• The Counterterrorism Learning Lab

    Denver's Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab, or The CELL, is a nonprofit institution that aims to educate citizens about terrorism and empower individuals and organizations to effect change. …   See the Image

  • Gallery Hop at the Denver Art Museum

    Inside, the 356,000-square-foot museum houses one of the country's largest collections of Native American art, plus 68,000 other art objects from around the world. The museum has also been recognized…   See the Image

  • Take in Amazing Art

    Published 02/19/13 in Places
    Take in Amazing Art

    Opened in 2006, the striking Frederic C. Hamilton Building is the newest addition to the Denver Art Museum. Architect Daniel Libeskind was inspired by the rugged landscape of Colorado when designing…   See the Image

  • The US Mint

    Published 02/19/13 in Places
    The US Mint

    The U.S. Mint in Denver produces nearly 50 million coins a day, making it one of the largest producers of coins in the world. Free tours of the Mint facility -- an Italian Renaissance-style building…   See the Image

  • Denver's Bike Sharing Program

    Always a great city for cyclists, Denver boasts 850 miles of bike routes and trails and recently launched B-Cycle, the first large-scale municipal bike-sharing program in the United States. The…   See the Image

  • Sidewalk Art Extravaganza

    Published 02/19/13 in Places
    Sidewalk Art Extravaganza

    Don't miss the masterpieces created for Denver's Chalk Art Festival.   See the Image

  • Coaster Crazy at Elitch Gardens

    A favorite of Denver families and visitors, Elitch Gardens offers a mix of thrilling roller coasters, kid-size rides and refreshing water attractions. The Halfpipe Coaster lets riders experience the…   See the Image

  • Denver, the Mile High City

    Published 02/19/13 in Places
    Denver, the Mile High City

    The phrase "One Mile Above Sea Level," which refers to Denver's official elevation of 5,280 feet, is engraved on the 15th step of the Colorado Capitol’s west side.   See the Image

  • Colorado's State Capital

    Published 02/19/13 in Places
    Colorado's State Capital

    With its glistening, gold-plated dome, the Colorado Capitol is a key feature of the Denver skyline. Built in the 1890s, the structure bears a resemblance to the nation's capitol but was constructed…   See the Image

  • The Black American West Museum

    Learn the history of the African American men and women who helped found the American West.   See the Image