Here are 5 tourists stops that are worth seeing:
Denver’s renovated Union Station is all the rage and is the perfect addition to any staycation. Union Station is a one stop shop for tasty food, coffee, dessert and drinks. Take some time to wander around and get a little lost. Union Station is over 100 years old and is full of history. If you’re really wanting a getaway you can even stay in the Crawford Hotel connected to Union Station. Everything you need all in one place. Learn More >
Located in Boulder, the Celestial Seasonings headquarters offers guides tours that give you a behind the scenes look at the manufacturing process. Bring the kids and make it a family day. All tours are free and get you into the heart of the action. It’s a one-of-a-kind experience you need to see! Learn More >
Hammond’s Candy Factory Tour
Tickle your sweet tooth with a visit to Hammond’s Candy Factory to see the making of handcrafted ribbon candy, lollipops and candy canes. See the process from beginning to end and grab a sweet treat. Reservations aren’t required for parties under 10, but get there before 3 p.m. Monday through Saturday to catch the last tour. Learn More >
Southwest Rink at Skyline Park
This rink is only open until February 15th so hurry over. Bring your own skates to skate for free in the heart of downtown or rent a pair of skates for just $2! The rink, sponsored by the Downtown Denver Partnership and Southwest airlines, is set up in Skyline Park at 16th and Arapahoe just behind the clock tower.
Denver Museum of Nature and Science
Dinosaurs, gemstones and so much more. The Denver Museum of Nature and Science brings science to life for kids and adults through permanent and temporary exhibits. Visit before January 20, 2019 to see the current featured exhibit “¡Cuba!” This special exhibit brings the history of Cuba to denver and immerses you in a new culture. Learn More >
Get out there and explore!