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The downtown Denver area offers a wide range of activities and attractions for both residents and visitors. From historic sites and museums to new businesses and cultural events, there is always something happening in this vibrant city. The downtown area has undergone significant changes, with areas like Larimer Square and the 16th Street Mall offering diverse experiences. The Denver Pavilions, for example, blends the outdoorsy Colorado vibe with an urban feel, featuring shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues like the Hard Rock Cafe and the United Artists Theater. One popular stop is the iHeart Denver store, which showcases locally made gifts, art, and jewelry. Denver is also known for its commitment to public art, with large installations found throughout the downtown area. The Convention Center area, including 14th Street, has recently been revitalized, and the Denver Performing Arts Complex offers a rich array of cultural performances, from symphonies to ballets. The downtown area is highly walkable, with attractions like Coors Field and the Pepsi Center easily accessible. It is also bike-friendly, with electronic bike share programs available throughout the city. The heart of downtown features a variety of bars, dance clubs, and rooftop decks, offering great views of the city. Food lovers will be pleased with the many chef-driven restaurants and the city's reputation as a craft beer destination. Historic hotels like the Brown Palace and the Oxford Hotel add to the character of the area. Larimer Square, with its historic buildings, is a popular shopping destination, offering unique boutiques and shops. Overall, downtown Denver is an exciting, active, and constantly evolving part of the city, representing the cultural melting pot and essence of Denver.
Keywords
downtown Denver
activities
attractions
Larimer Square
16th Street Mall
Denver Pavilions
Colorado vibe
public art
cultural performances
Coors Field
craft beer destination

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