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What are the best things to do in Denver?
Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre
For serious music-lovers, the chance to attend a gig at the Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre may be reason enough to book plane tickets to Denver. This live music venue hosts some of the city's top events, and is also home to the Colorado Music Hall of Fame. It's a must-visit if you want to learn more about Colorado's musical history. Even if your return flights to Denver fall over dates when there aren't any live shows, a trip to the Ampitheatre can still be worthwhile. There are beautiful walking trails in the park and around the amphitheatre.
Denver Art Museum
Not sure what to do on a rainy day in Denver? Head to the city's art museum. The massive building houses a vast collection of Native American, European, Oceanic, Asian and African artworks. As well as the works of art, architecture-lovers with flights to Denver will enjoy geeking out over the building's design. Its unique shape was inspired by the peaks of the Rocky Mountains.
If you’re travelling on plane tickets to Denver over the winter months (December to February), look to plan a day out at Echo Mountain. It's one of the nearest places to go skiing in Denver. There are slopes and runs to suit beginners, plus spots to rent gear and grab a bite to eat. Those visiting on flights to Denver outside of the winter months can still keep Echo Mountain on their sightseeing radar, as the views are incredible - and perfect for committing to your smartphone camera roll!!
What is the best way to get around Denver?
Rent a car
The best way to get around Denver is to rent a car. You can choose from what is available at Denver International Airport (DEN) or select your vehicle at the same time you book your flights to Denver with Webjet. By having your own set of wheels, you can plan day trips out of the city and see more of Colorado's impressive natural beauty.
Transport from Denver International Airport (DEN)
The easiest way to get from Denver International Airport (DEN) to the city is with the airport rail service. It costs $10.50 USD ($14.99 AUD) and will take you directly to Union Station. The trains leave every 15 to 30 minutes throughout the day. If your flights to Denver arrive late or you don't want to try navigating public transport, simply use the rideshare and taxi services at the airport. Metered taxis are available outside the arrivals hall, and you can use apps like Uber or Lyft to request a ride. Want to get to your hotel as cheaply as possible? Once your flights to Denver have landed and you've collected your luggage, hop on-board the skyRide. It's the local bus service that runs to and from the airport every hour. Ticket prices start at $7 USD ($9.99 AUD) and depend on your destination.
Staying in the suburbs or booking return flights to Denver to visit friends living outside of the city? Use the city’s light rail service. There are 36 stations with stops at attractions, such as the Elitch Gardens Theme & Water Park. Tickets start at $10.50 USD ($15.27 AUD)
16th Street Mall Ride
For a cheap way to get around town, take a trip on the MallRide. It's a form of free public transportation that can take you to places like the Denver Convention Centre, Lemier Square and Lower Downtown.
Hire a bicycle
Cycle around the city and explore Denver at a slower pace. You can easily hire a bike for the day from vendors in town and ride along the dedicated bike paths that weave around Denver.
What's on in Denver?
Arts on the Block
Soak up as much of the city's culture by booking your return flights to Denver for travel in June. This might be a smaller festival, but it still has more than enough entertainment and admission is free. There's usually a lot of kid-friendly activities and funfair rides, making it an excellent option for families buying airfare to Denver.
Boulder International Fringe Festival
Boulder Fringe is one of the longest-running events in Denver. It's been around for more than 14 years and hosts an incredible lineup of artists. You can find everything from art exhibitions, magic shows, theatre performances and even youth circus classes. Search for cheap flights to Denver in August if you want to attend.
What to do in Denver
The Denver Museum of Nature & Science
Located within the City Park area, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science has some of the most interesting exhibits in the state. Visitors here can see larger-than-life dinosaur skeletons, gaze upwards in a show at the Planetarium, and explore exhibits dedicated to Egyptian mummies, gem carvings and North American Indian cultures.
Denver Botanic Gardens
The Denver Botanic Gardens covers three different locations - York Street, Chatfield and Mt. Goliath. The York Street site spans 24 acres and features ornamental, international-inspired and water gardens, among others. The Chatfield Farms have an agricultural focus, with a market garden, seasonal pumpkin patch and corn maze, stables and a lavender garden. Expect incredible mountain panoramas and hiking trails at Mt. Goliath.
Denver Art Museum
The Denver Art Museum is one of most striking structures in Denver, but it is also one of the most beautiful. The museum’s design resembles a futuristic fortress and was influenced by the peaks of the Rocky Mountains. Inside, the museum houses a vast collection of African, Asian, European, American and Oceanic art; more than 70,000 pieces, in fact. The building's design was heavily influenced by the peaks of the Rocky Mountains.
If you are looking for a place where you can try local food, enjoy live entertainment, or just relax after your flight into Denver, then look no further: Larimer Square holds something for everyone. As the oldest city block in the city, Larimer Square is home to a run of heritage buildings, from Lincoln Hall to the Crawford Building. The Square is now the address of excellent restaurants, lively bars, interesting boutiques and a year-long calendar’s worth of events so there is always something for visitors to see or do, no matter when you book flights to Denver.