Culture: Denver’s Historic Highlights
Few perfect days begin with tales of lechery and treachery, but if you’re at all interested in the history of Denver, head downtown where you can experience a Denver History Walking Tour, visit historic sites, and even tour a late 19th century home.
Blending some new with the old, today’s exploration of Denver’s and its history will include taking a ride on the free 16th Street Mall shuttle, powered by electricity rather than petrol to the Capitol Hill neighborhood known for its government buildings, large parks, and culture. The epitome of historic downtown, many of the structures in this neighborhood date back to the 1920’s, including some of Denver’s oldest single-family homes.
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