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Civic Center Park
Mayor Robert W. Speer first enlisted New York architect Charles M. Robinson in 1906 to bring forth his dream of "Paris on the Platte," a neoclassical paradise with stunning architecture and landscaping. Hence came Civic Center Park, a shining example of the 1890s-1920s national "City Beautiful Movement." The park is rich with historical structures, like the 1919 1,200-seat Greek Theater. This flowered haven, located between Grant and Delaware Streets and between Colfax and 13th Avenues, is home to several community events like Cinco De Mayo, Theater in the Park, the Capitol Hill People’s Fair and the Taste of Colorado.
Denver, Colorado Public Schools
You Have Choices!
Evidenced by test scores on the rise and escalating community support, Denver Public Schools is boosting learning, sparking enthusiasm for knowledge and creating more life-long learners among its 72,000 students.
A Few Highlights
Cherry Creek North
Cherry Creek North is a collection of boutiques, spas, restaurants, galleries and other specialty shops located in the heart of central Denver. We are located between University Blvd. and Steele St. from First Avenue to Third Avenue. Whether you’re running an errand or spending an afternoon, Cherry Creek North is a welcome departure from the commonplace.
16th Street Mall
This expansive Downtown outdoor mall, accented with lush planters and graceful trees, features a wealth of retail and dining facilities and has helped to revitalize downtown Denver. The pedestrian-friendly thoroughfare is also convenient if you want to browse, since stores, hotels, restaurants, cafes, and entertainment venues lie in a concentrated stretch. Even so, the scope of the mall is quite large, spanning multiple city blocks. A complimentary shuttle service transports visitors from one end to the other
LODO. Larimer Square and its surrounding area have been bustling since Denver’s inception. Early on, the Square served as a main thoroughfare for gold prospectors and settlers and was site of the city’s first drygoods store, bank, and bookstore. Today, it's still a happening place, known to locals as one of Denver’s premiere shopping and dining districts. Visitors will find a host of upscale restaurants and interesting specialty shops available, along with seasonal and special events held throughout the year
Denver International Airport
Denver Tourism and Travel Guide
New Denver Convention Center
New to Aurora, Colorado?
Aurora, Colorado is located in Adams and Arapahoe Counties, Aurora is adjacent to the City
of Denver. It's the third largest city in Colorado. Aurora is bordered by Denver, Centennial, Englewood, Parker and Commerce City. Aurora is located a convenient 15 minutes away from
(DIA) Denver International Airport.
Two public school districts:
Aurora Public Schools and Cherry Creek School District
Aurora, Colorado Public Schools
Every Student Counts!
Cherry Creek School District
Dedicated to Excellence!
A Few Highlights
Closest city to Colorado's new Denver International Airport,
about a 15-minute drive from the center of Aurora.
Two public reservoirs -- Aurora and Cherry Creek Reservoirs -- providing boating, sailing, fishing, swimming, bicycling and picnicking opportunities.
80 parks and 4 public golf courses maintained by the Parks and
Open Space Department
Less than a one-hour drive to the Rocky Mountains
Outstanding ethnic dining: 78 ethnic restaurants and market