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Tours

Food + Beer Tour
Jul 26 | 3:30 pm | Denver
Jul 27 | 3:30 pm| Denver
Jul 28  | 1:30 pm | Denver
We are avid local food and beverage aficionados, and we’ve made it our goal to introduce visitors to the unique Denver food scene. Denver is a charming and multicultural city, offering an abundance of locally grown and produced authentic food. We’ll show you the places where locals meet and eat, as well as secret streets and monuments. You’ll eat and drink like a true Coloradoan, while we tell you stories about our fascinating, yet often overlooked, history!
Fins Course Zipline Tour
Jul 26 | Varies | Denver
Jul 27 | Varies | Denver
Jul 28 | Varies | Denver
Get a new perspective on Colorado scenery as you soar between rocky expanses on this ziplining course at Seven Falls. Fly down five ziplines extending up to 1,800 feet (548 meters), plus traverse two suspension bridges and bound down a 180-foot (54 meter) rappel. Though this is an adrenaline-filled day, kids meeting the weight limit can still participate.
JEEP TOUR – Foothills & Garden of the Gods
Jul 27 | Varies | Colorado Springs
Take in the natural landscape of Colorado Springs without the hassle of navigating on your own during an open–air jeep tour of the foothills. Going with a guide allows you to visit popular landmarks as well as more secluded area via dirt roads that are often untouched by visitors. While learning about the history and geology of the area, guests enjoy a comfortable ride with water, snacks, and blankets included.
Cherry Creek Mural Bicycle Tour
Jul 28 | 11:00 am | Confluence Park
The popular and free Denver public art bicycle tours return in 2018. The tours will last approximately two hours, with a distance of almost three miles along the Cherry Creek Bike Path. *All participants are required to wear appropriate safety gear, including a helmet. Participants must sign a release form and will need to provide their own bike, water, food and repair kits. May 19, June 23 and Aug. 18 tours by Public Art Docent, Keith Outcelt. July 28 tour led by Denver Public Art Administrator, Mary Valdez. Tour highlights include all the murals along the Cherry Creek Bike Path from Confluence Park to 11th Ave and Speer Blvd. The tour meets at the plaza below the Starbucks and REI building in Confluence Park, near the “Sing and Glide” public artwork. (Limited to 15 people) RSVP. This event is FREE and open to the public. Want to know more about events like this? Sign up for our mailing list at news.artsandvenuesdenver.com/subscribe For Spanish Translation Services:
Rocky Mountain Scenic Rides
Daily Thru Oct 6 | Varies | Leadville
Originating in “the highest incorporated city in North America,” the LC&S takes passengers along the old Denver, South Park & Pacific and Colorado & Southern lines to the Continental Divide. But, as the old adage states, “It’s not the destination, but the journey that’s important.” This journey is full of breath-taking panoramas across the Arkansas River Valley and humorous narratives about Leadville’s colorful past. Mining and railroading were a large part of the local history, and today’s passengers will find it easy to step back in time on the Leadville, Colorado & Southern. So, just sit back and enjoy a trip through our website, then join us this summer to live the REAL life…ride the train!
Adventure, relaxation and sightseeing cannot be topped when riding in the Rocky Mountains on board the Leadville Colorado & Southern Railroad. This 2 and ½ hour adventure through the untamed wilderness of the San Isabel National Forest is not to be forgotten. Family and friends of all ages have a chance to engage in learning about the historic Leadville, Colorado home to legends like Molly Brown and Horace, Augusta and Baby Doe Tabor, Guggenheims and at one time Doc Holiday.
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