• Denver's Museums & Gardens Provide Fun Oppotunities for Groups

     
    FROM THE Summer 2016 ISSUE
     
  • Denver's Museums & Gardens Provide Fun Oppotunities for Groups

     
    FROM THE Summer 2016 ISSUE
     
  • Denver's Museums & Gardens Provide Fun Oppotunities for Groups

     
    FROM THE Summer 2016 ISSUE
     

These fun options provide opportunities for smaller groups to join in or perhaps larger groups can ask for something similar.

Denver Art Museum
Untitled Final Fridays, February - October, 6-10 p.m

DAM’s monthly late night program features workshops, performances and tours with a twist. For example, on July 29, gather a crew and band together for a night of synchronized moves and creative collaborations. On Sept. 30, it’s all about dance, photography and artworks expressing time.

Denver Museum of Nature & Science
Science Lounge, third Thursday of the month, 6:30-9:30 p.m.

This quirky and entertaining gathering can range from a scientist jamming on a guitar, henna tattoos, recreating the Dakota hogback with Cocoa Puffs, and sipping wine and eating chocolate all in the name of science.

Denver Botanic Gardens
Summer Concert Series, June - September, usually 6:30 p.m.

Concerts at York Street provide a one-of-a-kind live music experience surrounded by lush flowers, sculptures and gorgeous sunsets. Concerts at Chatfield Farms in Littleton offer a rustic setting with mountain vistas and wideopen spaces.

Clyfford Still Museum
Lawn Concerts – June 17, July 15, Aug. 19, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Clyfford Still Museum and Swallow Hill Music Association are presenting three free summer lawn concerts on the third Fridays of June, July and August in the museum’s forecourt. Bring a blanket, lawn chairs and picnic and enjoy free museum admission.

In 1927, Hilton Hotels’ founder Conrad Hilton said, "Abilene, Texas, will be well prepared to handle large conventions and please the most fastidious visitor." Nearly 95 years later, Abilene has fulfilled this vision and is excited to welcome back the Hilton family of hotels in the heart of downtown Abilene with a recently announced DoubleTree by Hilton.

 

A stunning amount of what’s new in Colorado.

The logical side of your brain is likely concluding that little has happened during the most challenging days of the COVID-19 pandemic. Launches of new additions, renovations and venues have been delayed a bit in some cases, but the amount of new hotels and fresh experiences is simply astonishing.

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