- The list below includes 283 free or cheap things to do in or near Denver, Colorado, including 90 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Music Venue, Bars and Art Museum.
- From Mount Evans to University of Denver, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Denver and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Golden, Littleton, Boulder and Wheat Ridge.
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Denver Climbing Company Denver MoreLess Info
Four-hour course teaches beginners rock climbing basics including gear knowledge, climbing technique, safety, belaying, and basic knots
97% 3257 votes
Denver, CO MoreLess Info
A part of the Front Range of the Colorado Rockies, Mount Evans is accessible by road and offers a scenic drive with panoramic views of the surroundings. Visitors can also choose to hike all the way to the summit.
90% 73 votes
2199 South University Blvd, Denver, CO 80210 MoreLess Info
Historical buildings and tree-lined streets enhance the beauty of the University of Denver. A quick drive from both downtown and the Rocky Mountains, there are many activities on campus for visitors to enjoy. This includes athletics, music and theater productions.
90% 335 votes
2200 15th St (Confluence Park access point), Denver, CO 80202 MoreLess Info
When you want to see the sights of Denver without dealing with traffic, hop onto your bicycle and ride the Cherry Creek BikePath. This paved trail follows almost 15-miles along the creek through the city.
89% 558 votes
Louisiana Ave and Downing, Denver, CO 80209 MoreLess Info
Denver's Washington Park is a large green space in the middle of an urban area, and features a number of amenities. Visitors can ice skate on the lake in winter, and there are hiking and biking trails and picnic areas.
82% 227 votes
8th Ave & Franklin St, Denver, CO 80206 MoreLess Info
Once a cemetery in the late-1800's, Cheesman Park is a community park visited by hundreds of individuals daily. Those at the park enjoy walking and jogging during the warmer months and cross-country skiing in the colder months.
83% 262 votes
Colorado Blvd. and York St., Denver, CO 80205 MoreLess Info
The home of several local attractions, tourists can spend the entire day at City Park. Along with the Denver Zoo, this site is home to the Colorado Museum of Natural History. Outdoor activities such as tennis and baseball can also be enjoyed at this local park.
95% 7171 votes
1005 York Street, Denver, CO 80206 MoreLess Info
With more than 15,000 different species of plants, the Dever Botanic Gardens house one of North America's largest plant collections. The premises also include multiple themed gardens, a conservatory and an amphitheater.
89% 1677 votes
200 East Colfax Avenue, Denver, CO 80203 MoreLess Info
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.
92% 5550 votes
2001 Colorado Blvd, Denver, CO 80205 MoreLess Info
The Denver Museum of Nature & Science is a natural history and science museum housing a wide range of exhibits about native american culture, the universe, minerals, wildlife and more, coupled with a planetarium and an auditorium.
89% 312 votes
1250 Bannock Street, Denver, CO 80204 MoreLess Info
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.