Sightseeing in Denver


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  • 13th Floor Haunted House - Denver
    An age-old question has plagued casual dwellers for over a century?why is the 13th floor absent in so many buildings? 13th Floor Haunted House in Denver aims to explain this question by staging a horrifying haunted experience. Designed by world-renowned haunted house designers and featuring makeup and effects from Hollywood special effects artists, the graphic theatrical show takes brave souls on a ride through two new gut-wrenching attractions in 2014?Undead: the Possession and Dwellings of the Dead. The bone-chilling adventure has been met with several accolades, including six consecutive Hauntworld.com honors as one of the best haunts in the U.S.
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    4120 Brighton Blvd.
    Denver, CO US
  • Tease Studio
    Getting fit takes a turn toward sexy at Tease Studio, a women-only studio with classes ranging from pole dancing to Contemporary Burlesque. Unless they're expressly invited, boys are not allowed. Ladies practice Ballet Booty Barre, Sultry Yoga, or Striptease workouts in whatever is most comfortable for them, whether it's stilettos, sweats, or a full suit of armor. Besides enjoying dance-oriented fitness classes, women can bronze newly fit bods with airbrush tanning, take private lessons, or host birthday or bachelorette parties at the studio.
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    1107 S Pearl St
    Denver, CO US
  • CELL Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab
    More than 70 U.S. government officials, including the current speaker of the house, have visited CELL Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab since its 2008 opening. Their appearances are a testament to the nonpartisan museum's comprehensive overview of domestic and international terrorism, all developed by prominent counterterrorism experts. The exhibit delves into topics ranging from terrorism's history and media coverage to terrorists' methods, and is home to artifacts including a piece of wreckage from the World Trade Center that stands above a memorial to 9/11. They also engage museum-goers' noodles throughout with interactive stations that quiz them on their new findings. Beyond being informative, the exhibits are also aesthetically alluring, having been designed by Academy- and Emmy-award-winning artists. The self-guided exhibit isn't the only way CELL strives to educate the public about terrorism and the ways it can be prevented. CELL's events include quarterly symposiums in which experts and government officials gather to discuss security and counterterrorism issues. Part of its Community Awareness Program, CELL's free classes inform citizens about the constitutional methods they can employ to help prevent terrorist activities.
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    1345 Champa St.
    Denver, CO US
  • Clyfford Still Museum
    In 1979, New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art hosted a mammoth Clyfford Still survey. Little did museum-goers realize that it would be their last opportunity to see Still's work for more than 30 years. When he died in 1980, Still stipulated that his work be kept from the public eye until an American city created a museum dedicated solely to his art. His wife, Patricia, selected Denver in 2005; by November 2011, the two-story, 28,500-square-foot museum finally opened its doors. Inside, nine galleries showcase rotating pieces from nearly 94% of Still's entire output, which includes approximately 825 paintings and 1,575 works on paper. Taken together, these pieces trace Still's evolution from representational painting to abstract expressionism, a shift he made earlier than contemporaries such as Mark Rothko and Jackson Pollock. Besides Still's artwork, the museum houses the artist's personal belongings, ranging from sketchbooks to recordings of the many prank calls he pulled on Pablo Picasso. In addition to preserving Still's legacy, the museum plays host to events such as liquor tastings, artist lectures, and film screenings.
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    201 W Colfax Ave
    Denver, CO US
  • Mile High Wine Tours
    Mile High Wine Tours has only one mission: chauffeur you and your friends to the best wineries in the city to taste an array of varietals. Participants sip up to 20 samples by flight?along with some by the glass. When they're not drinking, groups are grooving to music in the luxury SUV or learning from guides like Owner Felipe Mosqueda about an eclectic assortment of wine-crafting processes.
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    817 17th Street
    Denver, CO US
  • Forney Transportation Museum
    What started with just a single 1921 Kissel has grown into a collection of more than 600 artifacts—buggies, aircraft, motorcycles, steam locomotives, and even sleighs—that trace the history of transportation. The main attraction, though, is the mammoth Union Pacific “Big Boy” steam engine #4005, which logged roughly one million miles before becoming a museum exhibit in the early ‘60s.
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    4303 Brighton Blvd
    Denver, CO US

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