- Our list of the best things to do in Wheat Ridge, Colorado, features the top 405 nearby activities — including 160 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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The Armory at Brighton Cultural Center is a performing arts center. The Armory hosts live musical performances and concerts year round. The community room, atrium, and auditorium can also be rented as a venue for private (or public charity) events.
Recommended for intermediate to advanced hikers, Mt. Sanitas Trail offers visitors a scenic dirt trail that leads up the side of the mountain. Visitors are welcome to bring their dogs on the trail if they are leashed.
Clear Creek Rafting Co. specializes in whitewater rafting adventures on the Arkansas and Clear Creek Rivers passing through natural tourist destinations such as the Royal Gorge, Bighorn Sheep Canyon and Browns Canyon.
Running since 1855, Pella Public Library provides visitors with a plethora of books to choose from in different formats like digital and audio. The city hosts a genealogy club where members of the town can learn about their family history.
Fair Winds Hot Air Balloon Flights offers daily rides where passengers can see mountain ranges, plains and wildlife from extreme elevations. Flights last 60 to 90 minutes and include a continental breakfast and champagne or cider.
Arrowhead Golf Club maintains a scenic golf course where many of its fairways and holes have beautiful red rock formations in the backdrop. The course also has water features and one can enjoy beautiful views of Denver from the front nine.
Often referred to as the Yosemite of Boulder Canyon, Boulder Falls are natural waterfalls with the fall of approximately 70 feet into the Middle Boulder Creek. The surrounding landscape is beautiful and the site is often visited by hikers and rock climbers.