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This park is great. We were there for a rally and at night the city and county building is lit with beautiful, eye catching colors. You can also see the state capitol and its golden dome from the park. We were in the amphitheater and...More
We really enjoyed walking through Civic Center Park on a sunny winter day on our way to the Capitol. It’s quite a pretty location, stretched out in front of the Capitol.
There are a number of interesting things to see as you wander the park....More
I happened to be there for the Taste of Colorado celebration and it was great, the restaurants that participate alllow you to have a small taste of their most famous entrees and you will enjoy. It gets really busy so go with comfortable close and...More
I work right by here and I will have to say that it is a really cool part of Denver. The only downside to it is there a lot of homeless people hang out around here so it can get pretty sketchy. It’s right next...More
We were wondering around Downtown Denver and saw the top of the Colorado Capital Building then walked toward it. I’m so glad we did the buildings are beautiful and at night they are all lite up. Great place for pictures and getting some sun during...More
Downtown Denver has much to offer the curious tourist and most who visit will likely want to pay a visit to the Colorado State Capital and surrounding grounds. This area is known as Civic Center Park and it’s located right on E. Colfax, just south...More
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There is a minimal amount of street parking at meters (average 2 hour max). Best bet if you're going to stay for awhile, park at one of the nearby surface lots or if you don't mind hoofing it, there is a parking garage at... More
There is a minimal amount of street parking at meters (average 2 hour max). Best bet if you're going to stay for awhile, park at one of the nearby surface lots or if you don't mind hoofing it, there is a parking garage at the Denver Art Museum that is probably a little cheaper.