Have you recently moved to the Mile High City? Whether you are in the market for a new home or townhome in the Denver metro area or are a long-time resident of a Front Range community, Denver’s bustling metropolis boasts a range of shopping, dining, and entertainment options for everyone from single professionals to newly married couples and empty nesters. Be sure to check out these must-see Denver attractions!
16th Street Mall
Denver’s 16th Street Mall is an outdoor shopping and dining center with dozens of local restaurants, high-end boutiques, and large department stores. In this pedestrians-only 12-block entertainment center, Mile High City residents can conduct business meetings at the Sheraton, enjoy lunch with friends at a sidewalk café, or seek nighttime entertainment at Lucky Strike Bowling Alley or at the Coyote Ugly bar.
Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Red Rocks Park is a favorite spot of locals and tourists who want to enjoy the Front Range’s beautiful vistas. Hiking and biking trails meander through spectacular rock formations, brush, and meadows, while equestrians can take advantage of horseback riding. The Amphitheatre capitalizes on its natural acoustics by regularly offering concerts by big names such as the Dave Matthews Band, the Zac Brown Band, and more.
Denver Botanic Gardens
Denver may be renowned for its zoo, but the Denver Botanic Gardens inspire new homeowners around the state with beautiful, lush gardens that thrive even in Colorado’s dry climate. With regular outdoor concerts, plant sales, children’s activities, art exhibits, and even a special mushroom herbarium, the Denver Botanic has something to offer to Front Range residents of all ages.
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