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Looking for things to do while in Denver? Here are a few awesome places we thought you'd enjoy. The best part is, they are all located within 5 miles of our bus station!

  1. 16th Street Mall

    Shop, eat and explore all in one great place!

    Built in 1982, the 16th Street Mall is a tree-lined, pedestrian promenade of red-and-gray granite that runs through the center of Downtown and is lined with outdoor cafes, renovated historic office buildings, sparkling glass-walled skyscrapers, shops, restaurants and retail stores. Numerous fountains and plazas offer a variety of daily special events and entertainers. Free shuttle buses cruise the mile-long Mall seven days a week. 

    If you're going to be in Denver for New Years eve, check out the great firework display.  Get more information at http://www.denver.org/things-to-do/fall-winter/denver-new-years-eve/.

    Address: 16th St, Denver, CO 80265

  2. Adams Mystery Playhouse

    Where Everyone’s a Suspect

    Adams Mystery Playhouse is Colorado's ORIGINAL Mystery Dinner Theatre and ONLY full time "Mystery Mansion"!  This spectacular place is like a comedy club, live play, and scavenger hunt all in one!  Adventurous Denver theatergoers are brought to the Adams Mystery Playhouse, Colorado's only theater specializing in interactive dinner mysteries. The murder mystery dinner theater at Adams Mystery Playhouse focuses on providing a fun, comfortable & interactive atmosphere for dinner guests. Regardless of age or personality, these murder mystery dinners offer a well-rounded dose of humor for a wide range of audiences.  

    The one-of-a-kind mysteries are performed for the public every Friday and Saturday night year-round and is a must do while in Denver!

    Address:  2406 Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80211

  3. Downtown Aquarium

    Escape the cold outside and dive deep into the ocean without getting wet!

    The Downtown Aquarium has six exhibit galleries featuring beautiful ocean life such as tropical fish, sea otters and dolphins. The aquarium allows you to be face to face with some of the most stunning ocean creatures in the world including Whale Sharks which are the largest fish in the sea. You can also have a close encounter with dolphins and sea otters for an additional fee. Before you leave, make sure you visit the 4-D Funbelievable Theatre where an interactive ocean adventure await.

    Address:  700 Water St, Denver, CO 80211

  4. Ophelia's Electric Soapbox

    Downtown Denver’s Brothel-Turned-Restaurant

    Since Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox opened in LoDo back in April there’s been a lot of talk about it since then. It’s the 3rd addition to Denver from Justin Cucci, chef-owner of two other well-known, popular restaurants: Linger and Root Down. The location’s history also certainly adds to the allure: a brothel that opened in 1889, then turned into an adult bookstore, then turned into a restaurant. And reminders of its history remain in the risqué, retro decor of Ophelia’s.

    It’s impossible to convey online how cool the space itself is. You have to see it for yourself. From the downstairs stage with old cassette players on the wall, to the bar built entirely of mini Jägermeister bottles, the decadent lounge chairs, the retro adult movie posters, the Edison lightbulbs, the menus in viewfinders — everything has been carefully thought-out. 

    Address: 1215 20th St, Denver, CO 80202

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