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13th Avenue between Broadway and Bannock Streets, Denver, CO 80204 MoreLess Info
The Denver Art Museum is a local art gallery which houses a wide range of works of Native Art, Western American Art and Contemporary Art, as a part of its permament collection as well as rotating exhibits.
The main goal of the Clyfford Still Museum is to advance the understanding and appreciation for the art and legacy of Clyffod Still himself. The collection represents 94 percent of the artist's lifetime output, including roughly 2,400 works.
Constructed in late 19th-century, Colorado State Capitol today is home to the Colorado General Assembly and serves as the offices of the Governor and the Lieutenant Governor. The building resembles the United State Capitol and comprises of a golden dome in memory of the Colorado Gold Rush.
Lively and fun, visitors to Denver can enjoy live bands and musical entertainment at the Grizzly Rose almost every night of the week. A down home, country ambiance, there is also dancing, a Western menu and full-service bar.
With a walking path that winds around the lake, Lake Arbor Community Park offers visitors opportunities for outdoor activities like soccer and paddle boating against a mountainous backdrop. The park has several covered pavilions for visitors to have picnics at.
Built in 1930, in the heart of Central Denver, the historic Landmark's Mayan Theater is one of only three remaining theaters constructed in the art-deco Mayan style. Restored to its original elegance, the theater features a main auditorium, café and seating area.