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  • Denver: Elitch Gardens Theme and Water Park Ticket

    1. Denver: Elitch Gardens Theme and Water Park Ticket

    Located in the heart of Denver, Elitch Gardens has something for everyone. With 54 rides and attractions, including exciting roller coasters and an entire water park. Experience adrenaline-pumping thrill rides, family attractions, water rides, and choose from various activities for kids.  Don’t miss the breathtaking views of Denver atop the 250-feet (76 meters) observation tower or while plummeting 200 feet (61 meters) down the Tower of Doom. The park honors its history as one of the oldest consecutive-operating amusement parks in the United States in 2020 when it turns 130 years old. The park will celebrate its past while embracing the future, providing quality family fun that has entertained Colorado for generations.

    Its was awesome, lines were short my favorite rides were open and the kids had a blast. Food is pricey for the small portion though.

  • Denver: Rocky Mountain Half-Day Explorer Trip

    2. Denver: Rocky Mountain Half-Day Explorer Trip

    The foothills of the Rocky Mountains bear amazing views, dinosaur tracks, and the world famous Red Rocks Amphitheater. Drive along the historic Lariat Loop up Bear Creek Canyon and enjoy closer views of the Rockies.  Take a break along the way in Evergreen for a cup of coffee or a beer. Immerse yourself in some of the Wild West feel that Colorado has to offer.  Make a stop at Lookout Mountain for amazing views of the plains and the continental divide. This is the place where Buffalo Bill, the West’s first superstar, requested to be laid to rest.

    The 8 hour of Rocky Mountain national park tour was a garbage but I still want to use this app because this tour was impeccable! You visit many places within 4 hours, all of which are so worth visiting. The tour is so compact but I could have enough time for everything!

  • Foothills & Garden of the Gods: Jeep Tour

    3. Foothills & Garden of the Gods: Jeep Tour

    Enjoy the Pikes Peak region on this historic sightseeing adventure. Get taken through time along the foothills of Pikes Peak by entertaining and informative cowboy guides, who will highlight the scenery and some of Colorado Springs’ most famous historical sights. Attractions include North Cheyenne Canyon, Helen Hunt Falls, the Shortline Railroad and its 100-year-old tunnels, Old Colorado City, Manitou Springs, and the spectacular red rock park Garden of the Gods.  In the open-air Jeeps, your photo opportunities are unobstructed. This tour is about 70% on paved roads and 30% on dirt and is offered year-round. Be sure to dress in layers with closed-toe shoes. Includes bottled water, sodas, light snacks, wool blankets, and the best cowboy Jeep guides in the west.

    My daughter and I had a great time. Our guide, Prairie Dog, was very knowledgeable and a lot of fun!

  • Denver: Haunted Walking Ghost Tour

    4. Denver: Haunted Walking Ghost Tour

    Like the looming Rockies, Denver’s dark history casts a long shadow over the Mile High City. Dive deep into the haunted history at the heart of the city’s oldest neighborhood, Capitol Hill, on a guided walking tour. Choose between a standard 1-hour tour or a 1.5-hour extended tour. Hear stories take you on a journey back to a time of wealth, luxury, and deceit. This collection of stories will unearth the dark secrets that are the foundation on which this iconic city was built. Follow your guide through 8-13 (standard or extended tour) different sites and historic houses around the state’s Capitol building. Find out where the unsinkable Molly Brown, one of the most famous survivors of the sinking of the Titanic, might still show her face. See a side of Denver not often seen by visitors. Take a walk through the beautiful neighborhood that is the heart of the Mile High City while listeni...

    Very interesting tour! There were some interesting stories and pictures to go along with the areas visited. Walt was very knowledgable and a very charismatic storyteller. Would recommend!

  • Colorado Springs: Garden of the Gods Segway Tour

    5. Colorado Springs: Garden of the Gods Segway Tour

    Experience one of nature's greatest treasures, the Garden of the Gods, on an exciting Segway Tour. Admire the Colorado sights such as Kissing Camels, Praying Hands, and Park Overlook.  Enjoy unobscured views and a mellow pace that ensures your visit to this beautiful red rock park is memorable. Your guide will point out exotic plant life, red-tailed hawks, eagles' nests, mule deer, big horn sheep, and of course, numerous spectacular geologic formations and the unique caricatures hidden within them. You will have several short stops, however; generally stay on the Segway throughout the tour. You will learn about the cultural history of the park, and hear a variety of tall tales and true stories of the Old West and Colorado Springs. Be sure to dress in layers with closed-toe shoes. Your tour includes 'Cone Zone' safety training and the best guides in the west.

    Our tour guide, Kevin, was knowledgeable about the history of Garden of the God's and all of the rock formations. The weather was awesome which allowed us to see all of the sites. I would definitely recommend the segway tour to locals, new comers, and visitors.

  • Denver: Molly Brown House Museum Admission Ticket

    6. Denver: Molly Brown House Museum Admission Ticket

    Visit the Molly Brown House Museum and learn about the life of Margaret "Molly" Tobin Brown and her family. Explore the grand historic home as you discover the inspirational story of Denver's Titanic heroine, her activism, philanthropy, and passion.

    Guides were on every floor to answer questions and steer you in the right direction. Very interesting.

  • Denver: Red Rocks Amphitheater and Mount Evans Tour

    7. Denver: Red Rocks Amphitheater and Mount Evans Tour

    Meet your friendly and knowledgeable guide in downtown Denver. From there, get comfortable in a van and enjoy the picturesque views as you drive to your first stop, the Red Rocks Amphitheater. Admire the breathtaking views in all directions from one of the world’s most unique and scenic outdoor music venues. After Red Rocks Amphitheater, your tour will continue along the scenic Lariat Loop to Evergreen. From there, you will head towards Mount Evans on a scenic bypass with panoramic views. Stop for a picnic lunch at Echo Lake and take in the majestic mountain views. Then enjoy a ride on the highest paved road in North America to the summit of Mt. Evans, at 14,000 feet. On the way back to Denver, enjoy a brief stop in Idaho Springs for a beer or some shopping.

    It was a great tour that was well worth the buck. Kyle did an amazong job as our tour guide. He is well informed on many things ranging from history, wildlife, geography to some pretty good recommendations for Denver. He seemed pretty experienced driving in the narrow mountain roads up to Mount Evans, and played some good mountain jams. We took the tour on our second day in Denver. Would definitely recommend it and hope we could do a Rocky Mountain National park tour with Kyle in the future.

  • Denver/Boulder: Rocky Mountain National Park Tour

    8. Denver/Boulder: Rocky Mountain National Park Tour

    Enter the Rocky Mountain National Park and experience the wonders that inspired early explorers to push for the protection of its amazing landscape. See Long’s Peak, the park’s highest mountain, soaring into the sky at 14,259 feet. Admire glacial-carved valleys, filled with aspen and pine trees. From Denver, drive along the Front Range through Boulder with its famous Flatirons Rock Formations. Continue through canyons alive with wildlife up to Estes Park, the charming town at the entrance of the Rocky Mountain National Park.

    Once you have entered the park your guide will take you to the best spots for wildlife viewing, photographs, walks, or just relaxing. Throughout the summer the tour will take you up trail ridge road to 13,000 feet. In the winter the high alpine road is closed and more time will be spent discovering the valley and its crystal clear alpine lakes.

    Aaron was very knowledgeable about the park, its history and the surrounding area. The park is beautiful. I would have liked to do a little more hiking, but it was a pretty windy day when we got up high.

  • Denver: Rocky Mountain Escape

    9. Denver: Rocky Mountain Escape

    Explore the grand expanse of the Rocky Mountains with a 4-hour driving tour through off-the-beaten-path areas. After meeting your guide in an upscale car in central Denver, head off for an adventure through some of the country’s most stunning viewpoints. As you ascend towards the mountain peaks, breathe in the mountain air and take time to explore the scenic viewpoints, gazing down at the serene expanses below you. As you move between an array of vistas, your local guide will fill you in on Colorado’s diverse wildlife, as well as the urban culture that makes the state so unique. Afterwards, you'll head back down the mountain, filled with a sense of mountain serenity.

    This experience was amazing. It was worth way more than what I paid for it. Our tour guide, Jed, was so experienced and knew a lot of the history of the mountains without boring us with unnecessary details. The scenery was beautiful and the amount of time we got to explore and walk around on our own was the best. There is a little town in Idaho Springs with a lot of small souvenir shops with everything you could think of. The van we were in was very comfortable, even with every seat filled. I would recommend this adventure to any and everyone, you will not be disappointed. I’m so glad I got to experience this and I will remember it forever!

  • Denver CityPASS®: Save up to 40% on Top Attractions

    10. Denver CityPASS®: Save up to 40% on Top Attractions

    Enjoy your choice of admission to 3, 4, or 5 of the most popular attractions in Denver at up to 40% off of regular combined admission. Marvel at the underwater worlds of the Downtown Aquarium, explore an urban oasis at the Denver Botanical gardens, and discover the wonders of nature at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Other attractions to choose from include The Children’s Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus, The Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum, The Denver Art Museum, and The History Colorado Center.

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Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 488 reviews

Hi Gentry was great!. We had a greet time in our trip, took the time to answer our questions in Spanish and took us to great places for good sightseeings and pictures. The picnic place was good, had good time for lunch. This was our first visit to the Rocky Mountains and made it memorable. All the best

There is a need for transportation from the gondola ride to the bridge and back to the welcome center. If you are older with poor knee and leg support the walk not only is physically hard but could also result in a fall.

Maverick was a very friendly and extremely knowledgeable guide. He was also a very safe and gracious driver (even in the face of other motorist being dangerous and rude)

Exceeded my expectations. Have lived here for 4+ years and saw many things for first time. Tour guide Cookie was knowledgeable and a lot of fun.

Walt was a fantastic guide! We had a lot of fun. Recommended highly.