Located in downtown Denver’s Golden Triangle Museum District, the History Colorado Center sits within easy walking distance of cultural attractions, hotels, and shopping areas.
Museums and Historic Sites
Byers-Evans House Museum
This former home to two prominent Denver families is one of Denver’s most historic landmarks. Guided tours offer an inside look at beautiful interiors restored to the 1912–24 period.
Denver Art Museum
The Denver Art Museum is one of the largest art museums between Chicago and the West Coast, with a collection of more than 70,000 works of art divided between nine permanent collections.
Clyfford Still Museum
Located next to the Denver Art Museum in the Civic Center Cultural Complex, this new museum is dedicated to the display and stewardship of works by one of the most important Abstract Expressionist painters of the 20th century.
Colorado State Capitol
The golden-domed Colorado State Capitol is one of the prominent features in the Denver skyline. The Neoclassical landmark sits at the eastern end of Civic Center Park. Free tours of the capitol are offered Monday through Friday. Before you visit, check out this useful guide to its memorials and artwork.
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