Things to do in Denver Tomorrow

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    Denver History Tour

    Come along on a bus that explores the unique history of Denver. Fondly known as the Queen City of the Plains, Denver has long been a destination for those traveling west. However, in its transformation from mining town to metropolis, the city has experienced quite a few mysterious occurrences, not to mention corruption. You tour guide will be ready to share all of these stories as you find out surprising answers to questions like "Has the US Mint ever been robbed?" and "How did Denver get its name?". Along the way, you'll discover the beauty and promise of the city as it exists now, the corruption of its past, and the stories behind the ghosts and criminals who are still leaving their marks on the area.
    Denver History Tour

    14th St & California St, Denver

    • Explore both the scenic and darkers side of Denver as you take a 90 minute tour through its unique history
    • Discover just how the city got its name and why people in Victorian clothing wander through the popular Cheeseman Park
    • Let your knowledgeable tour guide answer all your burning questions
    • See the Queen City of the Plains from a new perspective
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    Karaoke with DJ Staxxx!

    Anddd aiiiyeeaiiii, willl always lovee youuuu! Be thankful you're just reading our rendition of Whitney Houston, and not hearing it. Karaoke with DJ Staxxx is the perfect way to start your weekend. Go with coworkers or friends and sing your heart out to your favorite tunes. Or grab a stranger and duet! It doesn't matter if you have a good voice or not -- people enjoy laughing as much as they do hearing the pros! So get in front of your mirror at home, grab a hairbrush, practice that Michael Jackson song, and then head over to the Blush & Blue to show the crowd what you got. And don't forget to practice that mic drop.
    Karaoke with DJ Staxxx!

    1526 E Colfax Ave, Denver

    • Get on stage and belt out your favorite songs in front of an audience
    • Impress the crowd with your melodious voice
    • Bring a group of friends and make fools of yourselves
    • Grab a drink and see if any of the locals have real talent
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    The Best of Denver VIP Tour

    Walking in around in confused circles in the Mile High City is a great way to get yourself winded. But unless you're training for the Olympic Circle Walking Team, where's the sense in that? Spare your lungs, set yourself straight, and see what the city has to offer with a guided introduction! Make acquaintances with your learned host in front of the State Capitol. For the next four hours and three miles, you'll enjoy insights, anecdotes, witticisms, and friendly banter as you make your way towards Coors Field. Learn about Denver's history and culture, and discover some of its best architectural landmarks, most picturesque parks and celebrated monuments. In between the State Capitol Area and Coors field, potential stops include Civic Center Park, Denver Public Library, Denver Art Museum, City and County Building, U.S. Mint, Denver Convention Center, Denver Performing Arts Complex, Larimer Square, Writer Square, 16th Street Mall, and Union Station. As a private tour, your experience can be tweaked to your interests! Now if you'll excuse us, we have some circle walking to train for.
    The Best of Denver VIP Tour

    1449 Lincoln St, Denver

    • Get to know Denver like a local on a private walking tour with a knowledgeable guide
    • Visit several iconic buildings, structures, streets, parks, and monuments
    • Enjoy fun facts and historical and cultural insights as you go
    • Stretch your legs and feed your need for knowledge with an intimate touring experience
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    Denver Foothills Explorer Tour

    Stop trying to Google your way through a city all on your own -- Aspire Tours is here to ensure an informative, immersive Denver experience! On this Denver Foothills tour, you'll rise out of the Great Plains valley and climb toward the mountains, which provide a fantastic viewpoint of the city! Then you'll head over to Red Rocks Amphitheatre, a cultural centerpiece since 1941. Next up, you'll climb to Lookout Mountain, where you will learn western stories and lore, including that of the infamous Buffalo Bill Cody. His grave and a museum dedicated to his legacy are located atop Lookout Mountain. You will continue on the Lariat Loop and pass through the town of Evergreen, where you can walk along a peaceful lake and get coffee or beer from historic downtown to finish your trip. We bet your precious smartphone couldn't give you this experience.
    Denver Foothills Explorer Tour

    1701 Wynkoop St, Denver

    • Escape from the city to see the stunning and singular Red Rocks amphitheater
    • Learn about the life and death of Buffalo Bill and see where he was laid to rest
    • Stroll along a beautiful mountain lake and have a coffee/beer in downtown Evergreen
    • Bask in some of the most beautiful sights Colorado has to offer
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    Makeshift Shakespearean Improv

    If you thought reading Shakespeare was difficult, try making up a Shakespearean play off the top of your head. But that's exactly what the folks at Makeshift Shakespeare do every week! You'll give them the title of a Shakespearean play that Shakespeare never wrote, and they'll take it from there. Laugh yourself silly as these talented improvisers will create characters and worlds that have never been seen before and will never be seen again. Catch it while you can, because no two shows are the same!
    Makeshift Shakespearean Improv

    1260 22nd Street, Denver

    • Laugh yourself silly as a Shakespearean play is made up on the spot in front of you
    • See some terrific improvisers create Shakespearean characters based on a play title suggested by the audience
    • Enjoy an experience that is literally once in a lifetime
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    Rocky Mountain 4-Zipline Adventure

    Enjoy the fresh Colorado air and admire the views of the Rocky Mountains as you fly through trees and over meadows on a zipline! Ride on some of Colorado's longest zipline tracks on a course that spans more than 6,000 feet (1,828 m). Choose between a 4-line ride and a 6-line ride and enjoy scenic hikes between the ziplines. This Rocky Mountain zipline adventure is perfect for those seeking an adrenaline-filled outdoor experience!
    Rocky Mountain 4-Zipline Adventure

    Conifer, Denver

    • Ride some of Colorado's longest zip lines on a course that spans more than 6000 feet
    • Soar above the trees and meadows of Colorado's stunning Front Range
    • Admire remarkable views of the Rocky Mountains
    • Safely reach speeds of up to 50 miles per hour safely
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    Basic West Coast Swing

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    Did you know that swing is the official state dance of California (did you know there was such a thing as a state dance)? You do not have to travel to the coast to learn with the best teachers. The west coast swing has its origins in the Lindy Hop, but it is its own special version. Your instructors are ready to teach you all the basic swing steps like the tap, the side pass, the tuck and turn, the throw out and under arm passes. You'll be a swinger in no time.
    Basic West Coast Swing

    5366 S Bannock St, New York

    • Learn the west coast version of swing
    • Discover the basic steps from a talented instructor
    • See how it started with the Lindy Hop
    • No experience necessary
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    The Mile High Wine Tour

    What's a sophisticate like you to do in Denver? Celebrate the "mile high" life during this urban winery tour! This is a great way to get an inside-look into the city's terrific wine culture while visiting some of its best urban wineries. You'll begin with a visit to Balistreri Winery, where you'll enjoy a gourmet Italian lunch and a sampling of cheeses, fruit, and charcuterie. All this while you sip on flights selected from over 20 different wines. You'll continue the fun while visiting one or two other Denver wineries. While the itinerary changes from tour to tour, popular selections include Mile High Winery, Infinite Monkey Theorem, and Kingman Estates. True to living it up, you'll also enjoy transportation between wineries (and hotel pickup and dropoff) aboard a luxury SUV. Your guide will offer insights into the local wine culture while you ride, making this a great way for a Denver newcomer to get clued into the local grapevine!
    The Mile High Wine Tour

    817 17th St, Denver

    • Explore the Denver urban winery scene during a five-hour tasting tour
    • Visit Balistreri Winery and one or two other popular wineries
    • Enjoy guided tastings with delicious wine samples
    • Fill up with an a la carte lunch perfect for enhancing your sampling experience
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    Rocky Mountain National Park Tour

    This Rocky Mountain National Park tour will surely make you a bit boulder than most of your friends. Join Aspire Tours and drive through Boulder to the beautiful town of Estes Park, a little gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park. On your way to the world's largest mountain barrier, you'll swing by Stanley Hotel, the eerie and fascinating hotel that inspired "The Shining." Afterwards, you'll head over to the 415 square miles of Rocky Mountain National Park! The park has an incredible amount of wildlife, such as elk, deer, moose, black bears, marmots, hawks, eagles, and more. Make sure to take your camera along so you can snap pictures! As you enjoy the scenic drive up Trail Ridge Road to Many Parks Curve, you'll get fantastic views of the valley, Bear Lake, and a beautiful alpine lake lying at the foot of massive mountains. You'll even get to stroll along the lake! Before heading back home, you will also get a chance to enjoy a hot chocolate or coffee, and swing by some souvenir shops and art galleries. There's nothing rocky about this trip... Besides the mountains!
    Rocky Mountain National Park Tour

    1701 Wynkoop St, Denver

    • Enjoy an incredible day journey to Rocky Mountain National Park, the world's largest mountain barrier
    • Meander through the historic towns and beautiful landscapes
    • Explore the eerie and famous Stanley Hotel, the building that inspired the hotel in "The Shining"
    • Keep an eye out for and snap pictures of the amazing local wildlife
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    Denver Mountain Parks with Optional City Tour

    Experience Colorado's glorious mountain scenery and wildlife on a morning tour from Denver. Admire the stunning ancient sandstone formations in Red Rocks Park. Travel to Bear Creek Canyon and observe elk, deer and buffalo in a picturesque mountain setting. Get a generous dose of history and captivating views at the Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave on Lookout Mountain. After morning pickup from your Denver hotel or Cherry Creek Shopping Center in central Denver, head west through the Rocky Mountain foothills in your comfortable, air-conditioned coach. Learn from your guide about the history and geology of Denver's mountain parks, a system of more than 14,000 acres (5,665 hectares) of recreational land just outside the city.

    Visit Red Rocks Park and walk around admiring the towering sandstone rock formations formed nearly 300 million years ago. The park's dramatic natural amphitheater is a popular venue for concerts and other special events. Travel up Bear Creek Canyon, passing idyllic mountain towns and keeping your camera ready for possible deer, elk and buffalo sightings.

    On your way back to Denver, stop at Lookout Mountain and take in magnificent views of the surrounding hills and valleys. Here, visit the burial site of Buffalo Bill Cody and learn more about the Old West showman famous for his traveling cowboy shows during a guided tour of a museum in his honor.

    Pass by Golden, Colorado, the home of Coors beer, on your way back to Denver. Your 4-hour tour ends with drop-off at Cherry Creek Shopping Center.

    Denver Highlights Tour Upgrade:
    Following your morning mountain parks tour, have lunch (own expense) on your own before joining your guide for an afternoon round-up of top Denver attractions. Capture photos of landmarks including Larimer Square, City Park, the State Capitol, the United States Mint and the Denver Art Museum. See the skyscrapers of Denver's financial center framed against Rocky Mountain peaks, and witness the bustling scene at the 16th Street Mall, a downtown pedestrian mall offering dining, shopping and entertainment. With this upgrade, your tour lasts 9 hours total and concludes at Cherry Creek Shopping Center in central Denver.
    Denver Mountain Parks with Optional City Tour

    3000 E 1st Ave, Denver

    • Enjoy a day exploring the Colorado mountain parks accompanied by an expert guide
    • Visit the Red Rocks Park, a spectacular natural amphitheater that is the site of numerous concerts
    • Spot elk, deer and buffalo in their element in the beautiful serene Bear Creek Canyon
    • Marvel at majestic views from Lookout Mountain and visit the Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave
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