Expert Travel Advice to Denver

Top Answers To Denver Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    Denver Zoo. Dever Aquarium - part of a restaurant. Denver Childrens' Museum. Waterpark in North Denver and in Southeast Denver. Jump STreet trampoline parks in North Denver and SW Denver. Lots of fireworks on July 4. Casa Bonita mexican restaurant. Food is horrid. Kids love the divers, gun fights and other stuff. Check the following for kids plays: Denver Center of Performing Arts, University of Denver theater department, Arvada Center of the Arts. There are two IMax theatres in town. have a picnic at Washington Park. Kids can run and play. Great shade, lots of dogs (on leashes) and great flower gardens.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Oh boy, so many choices. But since you're asking this on the Denver page, I assume you've narrowed it to Colorado resorts (though I'd also suggest looking at Utah, in particular Park City). Take a look at Away.com's ski guide, which includes recommendations for the top family resorts, where your kids can learn to ski as well as enjoying snowy fun like tubing, snowshoeing, and sleigh rides! http://away.com/skiing/
  • Anonymous user answered:
    There is an Elitch Gardens in Denver which is very popular. It costs $39.
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    Anonymous user answered:
    Colorado is not a city, but Denver is called the "mile-high city" because the elevation is offically 5,280 feet (one mile above sea level). If you visit from sea level, be sure to drink lots of water because the altitude will often cause dehydration.

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