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Established in 1955, the Hyland Hills Park & Recreation District is a community organization that serves 110,000 residents in a 24-sq mile area. The district is home to Water World and the Ice Centre at the Promenade.
The regional division of Coors Brewing Company in Golden, Colorado, is the largest single brewing facility in the world. The company is known for its quality beer as well as for its vintage aluminium can designs.
Heritage Square is a local theme park designed in the form of a storybook Victorian era shopping village which features a range of artisan shops, children's rides, an alipine slide, a music hall and a number of other attractions.
The main building at Foothills Art Center is housed in a gothic church that was constructed in 1872, but this award-winning gallery was founded in 1968. Dedicated to exhibiting art in all its forms, the FAC is a gem waiting to be discovered.
Fresh hand-crafted premium beers are always on tap for guests of the Barrels & Bottles Brewery. The brewpub and restaurant also offers guest taps, wine by the bottle or tap, and a food menu featuring tapas style fare.
Offering a western heritage exhibit, History Park features monuments and sculptures including those of Jim Bridger and Jeremiah Johnson, a cougar on a rock and a Buffalo Soldier. The park also offers walking trails that provide access to the exhibit.
Life at the turn of the century is in full view when you visit Astor House Museum in Golden, Colorado. The self-guided tour features audio stations explaining the history of the 1867 boarding house and the trail-dusted visitors who stayed there.