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AccessibilityDenver has a central location, the fifth busiest airport in the nation, and a compact, walkable downtown.
FacilitiesThe Colorado Convention Center is one of the top facilities in the nation. Venues like Denver Art Museum and Red Rocks provide unique spaces for groups of all sizes.
AffordableCorporate Travel Index ranked Denver one of the least expensive cities for business travel. Fares to Denver have dropped 42% over the past decade.
HotelsBy the end of 2015, Denver will have 9,400 downtown rooms within walking distance of the Colorado Convention Center. There are 43,000 rooms citywide, with all brands and price points represented.
ServiceVISIT DENVER has won all major convention industry service awards for the past 22 years.
Destination AppealMuseums, stadiums, and restaurants are all centered on a pedestrian mall. Denver was recently named the top convention city in the world.**
*Watkins 2014 **DestinationMAP 2013
Union StationDenver's historic Union Station has been rejuvenated into a transportation hub with shopping, dining and a new boutique hotel.
ChihulyDenver Botanic Gardens presents a colorful outdoor exhibition of work by American artist, Dale Chihuly, through November 30.
Whales At the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, visitors can get up close and personal with some of the mightiest, most massive and mysterious mammals on Earth in this exhibit.
Myopia The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver hosts a retrospective of art and sound works by Mark Motherbaugh, founder of the popular new wave band DEVO.
Cartier (US Premiere)The Denver Art Museum will host the exhibition of Brilliant: Cartier in the 20th Century, featuring luxurious jewelry, timepieces and decorative objects produced between 1900 and 1975. November 16, 2014 through March 15, 2015.
Silk RoadJoin the Denver Museum of Nature & Science for Traveling the Silk Road, an exhibition of the legendary trade route that stretched from China through Central Asia to the Middle East and the Roman Empire. November 21, 2014 through May 31, 2015.
Alpine World ChampionshipsThe world’s best ski racers, representing 70 different nations, will showcase both men’s and women’s individual races, along with the Nation’s Team event. February 2-15, 2015.
Mile High & MildLocated east of a major mountain range, Denver has a mild, dry and sunny climate with more annual hours of sun than San Diego or Miami Beach.
Dry DenverIn winter, Denver is drier than Phoenix with an average daily high of 45 degrees in February. Sure it snows, but a lot less than you might think.
Fore!Golf courses remain open all year and have been played as many as 30 days in January.
Summer Days and NightsIn summer, Denver enjoys low humidity, making for sunny days and comfortable evenings. The average temperature in August is a mild 86 degrees.
The Word is Getting AroundLocal chef-restaurant owner Jennifer Jasinski took home the James Beard Award in 2013.
A Steak Lover's ParadiseWestern cuisine is still thriving in Denver, thanks to acclaimed steak, bison and game houses like the Buckhorn Exchange and The Fort.
Farm-to-TableDenver's chefs share a devotion to fresh local ingredients. Palisade peaches, heirloom tomatoes, free-range meats, and artisan cheeses are found on Mile High menus.
Diverse DishesFrom Pacific Rim-inspired fusions to creative spins on comfort food classics, Denver restaurants go beyond the ordinary.
Beer City, USAMore beer is created in Denver than any other city, from the Coors Brewery to dozens of upstart microbreweries.
ShowtimeThe Denver Performing Arts Complex is America’s second largest, with 10 state-of-the-art venues. Catch live music at Red Rocks, the Fillmore, El Chapultepec, or dozens of local clubs.
MuseumsDenver is home to the Denver Art Museum, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, the Museum of Contemporary Art, and many more.
WildlifeExplore our zoo or downtown aquarium. Or take a drive to the Wild Animal Sanctuary, the Rocky Mountain Arsenal Wildlife Refuge or the buffalo herds of Genessee.
ShoppingCherry Creek sets local boutiques near luxury stores like Neiman Marcus and Louis Vuitton. Other popular spots include the Art District on Santa Fe, Larimer Square and South Broadway’s Antique Row.
Old WestEven in the city, you’ll find hints of our pioneer past. Try the new History Colorado Center and the Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave.
Rocky Mountain National ParkLocated 71 miles northwest of Denver, Rocky Mountain National Park features 400 square miles of scenic beauty, including the highest highway in the world, more than two miles above sea level.
Central City & Black HawkThe historic mining towns of Central City and Black Hawk have reinvented themselves with dozens of 24-hour casinos. They’re located 34 miles west of Denver.
Mount Evans and Echo LakeMount Evans has the highest paved auto road in North America, snaking its way to the 14,260-foot summit.
Pikes Peak CountyPikes Peak Country is an hour south of Denver. It features more than 40 attractions, including the magnificent Garden of the Gods and the 14,000-foot Pikes Peak itself.
LoDo/Larimer/RiverfrontDenver's hip, historic district, with nightlife, dining, shopping and Coors Field.
Golden Triangle Museum DistrictExplore the Denver Art Museum, nightclubs, and remarkable architecture.
UptownOne of Sunset Magazine's "Hippest 'Hoods" thanks to Restaurant Row, City Park, and the Denver Zoo.
HighlandsOne of Men's Journal's favorites, with panoramic patios, galleries, and Victorian architecture.
Art District On Santa FeThe heart of the Latino community. First Friday Art Walks keep restaurants open late.
Five PointsRich in African-American culture, it's the spot for authentic BBQ and the Five Points Jazz Fest.
RiNo (River North Art District)"Where art gets made." Don’t miss the Dry Ice Factory, a renovated art space.
Capitol Hill/Congress ParkThe Capitol anchors a hilltop neighborhood full of galleries and brewpubs.
East ColfaxMusic lovers flock to the Fillmore and the Ogden, while bookworms browse the Tattered Cover.
Greenprint DenverThis program provides leadership and solutions to ensure a community where people and nature thrive.
A Green Convention CenterWith a full-time Sustainable Programs Manager, a 300,000-KW solar array, and LEED Gold Certification, the Colorado Convention Center is perfect for a green meeting.
Green GaugeIt's easy to track your carbon footprint with the emissions calculators at VISITDENVER.com/carboncalculator.
Eco-Friendly FlightsDenver International Airport is dedicated to sustainable energy. It has a 4.1-MW solar array, 100% alternative-fuel fleet, and an extensive recycling program.
Sustainable VenuesTen Denver venues have created the Rocky Mountain Greener Venues Partnership for Sustainable Communities. The group is sponsored by the EPA.
It's Easy Being GreenThrough renewable energy and extensive volunteerism, Denver has become one of the premier destinations for a green convention.