CityPASS Denver articles
Nestled against the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Denver is a vibrant city full of adventure and urban offerings. While we wait for a return to more normal operations, you can still explore The Mile High City's rich culture, history, science and art attractions from the safety of your home.
Colorado's official air and space museum in Denver is the place to visit if you have ever dreamed of piloting your own craft, have even a passing interest in aviation, or are just excited to learn more about the mile-high city's contribution to the Air Force. With a hangar space of almost 200,000 square feet filled with military and civilian planes, the Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum is a crowd-pleaser for guests of all ages.
Get ready for an exciting and educational journey chronicling days past at the History Colorado Center. The Center strikes a perfect balance between educational and entertaining for the best of both worlds, thanks to a multitude of permanent and temporary exhibits for both kids and adults.
The Denver Museum of Nature & Science has been astounding visitors with stunning exhibits and fascinating educational opportunities for over 100 years. Filled with interactive wonders like the Discovery Zone, where kids experience hands-on science, to classics like the Egyptian Mummies exhibit, it’s a place that will thrill guests of all ages.
A sprawling 24 acres of beautifully cultivated gardens, the Denver Botanic Gardens in Colorado fits right in with a state known for its scenic views and breathtaking natural splendor. From international gardens bursting with florae from Japan, South Africa, and China, there is nary a spot in the entire site that doesn’t embrace the glory of nature.
Locals and long-time fans lovingly refer to the Denver Art Museum as the DAM. One thing is for sure: you’ll be DAM impressed with its extensive collection of art from around the world, lineup of lectures and talks, and rotating diverse exhibitions.