Denver Neighborhood Guide | VISIT DENVER

Your exploration of Denver starts here. Discover the city’s best attractions and find the most interesting places to visit within each neighborhood and historic district. From the Victorian homes of Five Points to the bustling restaurants and nightclubs of LoDo, Denver’s relaxed vibe is perfectly embodied in its neighborhoods.

Discover the heart of Denver: Downtown. This outdoor section of the city boasts of a myriad of urban adventures suitable for all age groups. The River North Art District, affectionately known as RiNo, is a melting pot of art where unique Denver art is made and celebrated.

The Highland area showcases Victorian-era homes and buildings against a backdrop lush gardens and parks with hip, independently owned shops, and art galleries. While Cherry Creek North stands as a premier outdoor retail and dining destination, offering an impressive collection of art galleries in its path.

The neighborhood of Capitol Hill and the Golden Triangle features a vibrant mix of arts, culture, and Colorado history. It is also home to the golden-domed Colorado State Capitol. Five Points, one of Denver’s oldest neighborhoods, blends cultures and history. The Art District on Santa Fe, a designated Creative District in Colorado, hosts more than 30 art galleries and studios.

South Broadway and South Pearl/Washington Park stand as major transportation corridors for Denver, offering a blend of historic charm and modern appeal. For a more laid-back small-town feel, head a few miles south of downtown to Historic Downtown Littleton. The Central Park, Lowry, and Northfield neighborhoods offer an escape from the bustling downtown scene with 46 miles of urban trails.

Other notable neighborhoods include Uptown Denver, known to be the capital of “cool”, Belmar/Lakewood with its bustling downtown ambiance, East Colfax, the longest commercial street in the U.S.A., and Federal Boulevard, a food-lover’s paradise.

Step back in time to the Wild West with a trip to Golden, Colorado’s territorial capital until 1867. The city of Arvada, located just northwest of Denver, gives visitors a glimpse of old-town charm coupled with modern convenience.

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