- Our list of the best things to do in Arvada, Colorado, features the top 404 nearby activities — including 160 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Arvada, CO has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Sports & Fitness, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 21 things to do within the city of Arvada, CO , followed by 383 popular activities in nearby cities, including Boulder, Golden, Denver, Littleton, Aurora, Wheat Ridge, Idaho Springs, Broomfield, Westminster, Evergreen, Morrison, Englewood, Thornton, Longmont, Commerce City, Brighton, Central City, Lakewood, Black Hawk, Centennial, Highlands Ranch, Parker, Northglenn, Fraser and Westminster
75% 16 votes
Broomfield Ctr, 100 Nickel Street, Broomfield, CO 80021 MoreLess Info
Chipper's Lanes provides fun for people of all ages by featuring live music, karaoke nights, bowling, good food, laser tag, volleyball, an arcade, and more. Daily specials make it an affordable place to have a fun time with friends.
96% 169 votes
13th and Maple St., Golden, CO MoreLess Info
With multiple displays of diverse fossils, minerals, meteorites and gems as well as moon rocks from the Apollo missions, Colorado School of Mines Geology Museum offers an informative and educational experience to visitors. There is also a walk-through mine comprising of UV minerals.
Lookout Mountain, reached via a scenic drive to the top, offers panoramic views of the town of Golden, the Coors Brewery and distant downtown Denver. Visitors can also explore the gravesite and museum of Buffalo Bill which is located on the top.
Experience first-hand, life in the pioneer era when you step back in time to visit Clear Creek History Park. Stroll around and explore the shops and buildings that are maintained as they were when the first brave settlers lived there.
90% 52 votes
250 Lamar Street, Broomfield, CO 80020 MoreLess Info
The Broomfield Bay Aquatic Park offers a wide range of opportunities for family-friendly fun with their multiple pools which include a tiny tot pool, zero depth play areas and a variety of water slides. There are also many picnic areas and snack bars in the park.
Established in 1896, Denver Zoo today is home to more than six hundred different species of animals including many exotic species such as bloack rhinos, coral reef fish, amur leopards and more, in their naturalistic habitats.
Triceratops Trail is a 1.5-mile, gravel hiking trail that winds between large, vertical walls of sandstone and into reclaimed clay pits. Along the trail are several stops highlighting clay mining and dinosaur, bird, mammal, insect, and invertebrate tracks and traces.
Opened in 2013, Earth Treks Climbing Centers is a 29,000 square-foot climbing facility featuring a number of amenities for visitors to enjoy. These amenities include a large fitness/strength training area, gear shop, yoga room, and 28,500 square-feet of climbing area.