There has never been a better time to take tours Denver. Whether its an extended vacation or just a few days or long weekend, many things await those in this Rocky Mountain city. A Denver tour doesn’t have to cost a lot either. So, for those who were thinking they may not be able to afford to see this great city, think again. You can visit Denver without breaking the bank.
Some people prefer to take tours Denver by seeing all the sites privately while others may choose to be a part of a larger tour group that travels the city taking in all its splendor. Either way is fine and here is a list of Denver tours that are a must for anyone who wants to see what this city is all about.
Begin with a tour of Coors Field. Baseball season may be wrapping up for the year, but there is still time to catch a few games before the cold weather settles in and the season comes to an end. Whether you are on a date or part of a gaggle of tours Denver friends or strangers, seeing Coors Field is a unique experience. Home to the Major League Baseball team, the Colorado Rockies, this field gets it’s name from current owners Coors Brewing Company of Golden, Colorado. The beer making business purchased the naming rights to the park prior to its completion in 1995. The park, although relatively new compared to some MLB parks, includes 63 luxury suites and 4,526 club seats. The tour cost is just $10 per person.
If baseball isn’t your thing, but you do enjoy beer or learning about the history of beer making, perhaps tours Denver of the aforementioned beer maker Coors might satisfy. This tour Denver is a fun one after a day of rock climbing or hiking in the Golden Cliffs of Denver, or someplace outside the metro city area. Guests are encouraged to take a tour of one of Colorado’s best known companies, Coors, and are invited to sample a few beer products. There are also non alcoholic drinks for those who prefer them or are under the legal drinking age. Hundreds of thousands of people have taken Coors tours, now called MillerCoors, and come on a first come, first served basis. No reservations are needed and the tour is audio guided, lasting about 35 minutes.
Still others may prefer to see the historical side of Denver when considering Denver events or things to do in Denver. The golden domed Colorado State Capitol is one of the prominent features in Denver’s skyline and attracts thousands of visitors each year. The Neoclassical building, which sits at the eastern end of Denver’s Civic Center Park, serves as a sort of museum to Colorado history, and free tours of the capitol are offered Monday through Friday.
Whether you are walking the city, traveling by Segway (a very popular choice among tourists), biking or riding by bus, while on tours Denver, one must always make time for the sweeter things in life. And that includes a stop at Hammond’s Candies for a factory tour and sampling. This free tour is open to people of all ages and you don’t have to spend a lot of money to see how candy and other sweets are made. For those who have ever wondered how candy canes or other hard candies get their stripes, or how lollipops get their shape, at Hammond’s, you’ll see how hard candy has been made by hand since the 1920s.