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— It’s a good thing you don’t have to go far to find attractions in Denver that offer some unique and unique experiences.
The Denver metro area is home to some of the most unique places in the world, and it’s one of the few places in America that’s not a big city.
We like to call this a Denver paradox, where people don’t like to go to places that don’t feel like they’re on the map, and we like to think that the people in Denver enjoy their local attractions, but they also want to explore and enjoy new things.
Here are our picks for some of our favorite local attractions in the Denver metro region.
For more Denver travel, see our Denver guide to our favorite spots.
The city’s museums, theaters, theaters and museums, the Denver Zoo, and the Rocky Mountain Arsenal have been among the most exciting attractions in town.
To get a sense of the breadth of Denver’s attractions, we picked five of our favorites that we think you’ll love to explore.
For our final picks, we narrowed it down to five, with a couple more that are still on our radar.
The Denver Art Museum, The Denver Art Park, and The Art Institute of Denver are some of Denver-area’s most prominent museums, as well as a vibrant arts district.
There are also numerous fine arts museums in the area, from the Colorado Art Museum in Colorado Springs, to the Colorado School of Mines Museum of Art and the Colorado Springs Museum of Natural History.
You can see more about the art, science, and nature of Colorado at the Art Institute website.