Denver Arts Week is in full gear, and if you haven’t climbed on the wagon you’re missing out. I experienced one of the best parts of the week – the free museum night – this past weekend with a friend. After discussing all of the great options – the Denver Art Museum, the Denver Museum […]
This weekend a record 22 Denver museums in and around town will be opening their doors for free as part of Denver’s Night at the Museums and Denver Arts Week. Complimentary admission, along with free shuttle rides to many museums that are not close by, will be offered from 5pm to 10pm on Saturday. But […]
The Denver Art Museum’s Becoming Van Gogh is a worldwide exclusive, which I was lucky enough to be invited to preview, that runs through January 20, 2013. The collection – curated by the museum’s Timothy Standring – includes over 70 pieces from more than 60 public and private collections across North America and Europe. Also […]
The Denver Museum of Nature and Science’s A Day in Pompeii is simply amazing, an exhibit the likes of which I have not seen in a Denver museum for several years. Twenty years ago I traveled to Italy to see Pompeii. I was stunned by what I saw, but as a high school student was […]
I made the turn in Rocky Mountain National Park to take the scenic drive up Old Fall River Road. I had never gone this way before. And I hadn’t intended to this day, either. But there I was, leaving the nice open expanse of West Horseshoe Park to head up the steep road through the […]
I walked out of my Estes Park cabin at the Baldpate Inn to go for a hike at one of the two nearby trails in Rocky Mountain National Park. Two women were screeching about how something had just walked right up to the library door of the main lodge and then skittered across the driveway […]
Relaxing after a hike to Colorado’s Native Lake near Leadville.
The History Colorado Center has received rave reviews since opening a few months ago. I finally made it to check out the new museum for myself when I had some extra time during the Travel Blog Exchange Conference. And what I found was nothing short of both amazing and disappointing. Exciting stories I knew nothing […]