Special Events

    Historic Denver Walking Tour
    Sunday, July 9, 2017
    9:00 am to 12:00 pm


    Put on your walking shoes and get ready to travel back in time as you embark on a historical adventure into Colorado’s past. Participants are invited to put themselves into the shoes of the cowboys, pioneers, goldminers and mountaineers who made the great city and state what it is today. The tour will include visits to the grounds of Colorado’s Capitol Building and the historic Brown Palace Hotel. Along the way, you will also be told tales of the Mile High City and have the opportunity to visit the official altitude marker where you can stand exactly one “Mile” High! Comfortable shoes are recommended for this tour. Comfortable shoes are recommended for this tour. Ticket price: $50. Pre-registration is recommended. Onsite ticket sales are not guaranteed.



    Cocktail Reception at the History Colorado Center
    Monday, July 10, 2017
    5:00 pm to 7:30 pm


    Depart the hotel lobby at 5:00 pm for a short bus ride to the History Colorado Center, a museum dedicated to the history of the state of Colorado. The museum opened in 2012 and features hands-on and high-tech exhibits that take you back in time, connecting what was to what's next in Colorado history. The event will feature a cocktail and hors d’oeuvres reception in the beautiful MDC/Richmond American Homes Foundation Terrace Room whose wrap around windows provide access to sensational mountain views. Guests will also have the rare opportunity for an after hours visit to the museum galleries which will remain open throughout the event. Ticket price: $100. As space is limited, pre-registration is required. Tickets will not be available for purchase onsite.







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