Denver might be best known as a sports town or as a gateway to some of the world’s best skiing and hiking destinations, but it also has a thriving cultural scene that shouldn’t be overlooked. Fun, unique, and convenient museums are scattered out all over the Denver Metro area.
Whether you want to explore science, art, history, culture, or something more, there will be an excellent learning destination for you somewhere in the Mile High City.
Check out our list of the top 3 museums in Denver and see what memorable cultural adventures await you.
Denver Museum of Nature and Science
With a Planetarium and IMAX Theater right on the premises, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science offers visitors incredible value, diversity,...
Denver is undeniably one of the beer capitals of the world. The city already boasts one of the highest rates of microbreweries and breweries per capita, and it seems like dozens of excellent new watering holes are opening every year.
Whether it’s ales, lagers, pilsners, porters, or IPAs you’re after, the Mile High City is sure to have multiple breweries or tap houses pouring your craft beer of choice.
Have you worked up a thirst yet? Here are our rankings for the top 10 breweries in Denver:
Call to Arms Brewing Company
My absolute favorite in the city. Denver’s beer community had high expectations for Call to Arms Brewing Company, and so far those expectations have been exceeded. Consistently high-quality craft...
Finding the right apartment rental in Denver seems to get harder and harder with each passing month.
As metro area home prices have skyrocketed over the past few years, many potential buyers are content to stay out of the market, pick a rental, and wait for things to settle down. With no end in sight, the demand for rentals is becoming a problem city-wide.
Getting a spot in one of Denver’s top apartment buildings has probably never been tougher, but that makes it all the more important that you go into your search prepared. To get started, you need a clear set of wants and needs and a short list of rental companies to contact.
The Bluff Lake neighborhood in Central Park is a relatively new development that is filling up quickly.
There are plenty of shopping, dining, and entertainment options; a nearby farmers market, three neighborhood parks, a nature preserve, and much more. And that’s just scratching the surface of things to do in Bluff Lake.
If you think this area sounds like it could be a good place to continue your home shopping journey, read on for some of the most important facts about the Bluff Lake neighborhood for homebuyers.
Bluff Lake already has a lot to offer, but its proximity to two new developments -- The Stanley Marketplace and Eastbridge Town Center -- will expand its appeal even more.
This Stanley Marketplace development ...
Central Park homes for sale usually aren’t available for long. Throughout most of the year, it’s common for homes to go into contract within the first or second weekend they are on the market.
Whether they just can’t act fast enough to get in on the Central Park real estate they’re interested in, or they just don’t see the features they’re looking for in any existing properties, many people are turning to new home builders to meet their needs.
The Neir Team already has an extensive list of the builders operating in the Central Park neighborhood of Denver, but with some...
Denver is a vibrant city with no shortage of activities to intrigue, indulge, or entertain. From the cultural wonders of its excellent museums to the thrilling adventures of its natural landscape, you can find whatever you’re looking for in the Mile High City.
Here’s our list of the top 10 activities in Denver.
10. Hear the Colorado Symphony
Boettcher Concert Hall, home to The Colorado Symphony, is located in the Denver Performing Arts Center. The city’s professional symphony orchestra delights audiences year-round with a diverse lineup of solo performances, symphonies, concert series, educational programs, and community outreach events.
9. Tour the Wynkoop Brewery...
With all the information available online to homebuyers and home sellers today, it’s no wonder that many are starting to think they can complete a transaction without the help of a real estate agent. Even in a highly competitive market like ours, some are asking themselves, “Why hire a realtor in Denver?”
More people than ever are thinking they can sell or buy a property through the internet or even through traditional, offline channels without professional representation. A few may be successful, but the vast majority are not.
If you’re wondering why, in the age of the internet, someone still needs a real estate agent to help them navigate the housing market, we’ve got six great reasons for you.
1. A Valuable Buffer
You may not...