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Denver

• Population: 554,636 • Elevation: 5,280 • Area Code: 303 • Denver Co., CO

Points of Interest: Denver Art Museum, Four Mile Historic Park, City Park, Denver Botanic Gardens, Six Flags Elitch Gardens, Governor's Mansion, Denver Zoo, IMAX Theater, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, Molly Brown House, State Capitol, US Mint, Ocean Journey

Annual Events:

National Western Stock Show & Rodeo January (303) 297-1166

Cinco de Mayo Celebration Early May (303) 534-8342

Capitol Hill People's Fair Memorial Day Weekend (303) 830-1651

Cherry Creek Arts Festival July 4th Weekend (303) 355-2787

The International at Castle Pines August (800) 755-1986

A Taste of Colorado Labor Day Weekend (303) 295-6330

Aurora Gateway to the Rockies Parade Mid-September (303) 361-6169

Great American Beer Festival October (888) 822-6273 (303) 447-0816

Denver International Film Festival October (303) 595-FILM

Parade of Lights Early December (303) 634-4616

Seasonal Sporting Events: Denver Broncos NFL Football, Denver Nuggets NBA Basketball, Colorado Rapids MLS Soccer, Colorado Rockies MLB Baseball, Colorado Avalanche NHL Hockey, Colorado Mammoth NLL Lacrosse, Colorado Crush AFL Football

Denver Metro Convention                             (800)233387

and Visitors Bureau            1555 California St (303) 892-1112

Hospitals

Aurora Medical Center South 1501 S. Potomac St. (303) 695-2600

Aurora Medical Center North 700 Potomac St. (303) 363-7200 Centura Health-Avista

Adventist Hospital 100 Health Park Dr. (303) 673-1000 Centura Health-Litdeton

Adventist Hospital 7700 S. Broadway (303) 730-8900

Centura Health-Porter Adventist 2525 S. Downing St. (303) 778-1955 Centura Health-St. Anthony

Central Hospital 4231 W 16th Ave. (303) 629-3511 Centura Health-St. Anthony

North Hospital 2551 W 84th Ave. (303) 426-2151

Children's Hospital 1056 E. 19th Ave. (303) 861-8888

Craig Hospital 3425 S. Clarkson St. (303) 789-8000

Denver Health Medical Center 777 Bannock St. (303) 436-6000 Exempla Healthcare/

Lutheran Medical Center 8300 W 38th Ave. (303) 425-4500

Exempla St. Joseph Hospital 1835 Franklin St. • (303) 837-7111

National Jewish Med. & Resrch. Ctr. 1400 Jackson St. (303) 388-4461

North Suburban Med. Ctr. 9191 Grant St. (303) 451-7800

Presbyterian/St. Luke's Med. Ctr. 171 E. 19th Ave. (303) 839-6000

Rose Medical Center 4567 E. 9th Ave. (303) 320-2121

Swedish Medical Center 501 E. Hampden Ave. (303) 788-5000

University Hospital 4200 E. 9th Ave. (303) 372-0000

VA Medical Center 1055 Clermont St. (303) 399-8020 Public Transit

RTD 1600 Blake (303) 299-6000

Amtrak Union Station (800) 872-7245 (303) 534-2812 Bus Station

Greyhound Bus Lines 1055 19th Ave. (800) 231-2222 Airport

Denver International Airport 8500 Pena Blvd. (303) 342-2000 Colleges

Arapahoe Comm. College 5900 S. Santa Fe Dr. (303) 797-4222

Colorado Christian University 8787 W Alameda Ave. (303) 963-3000

Comm. College of Aurora 16000 E. Center Tech. Pkwy.     (303) 360-4700

Comm. College of Denver 1111 W Colfax Ave. (303) 556-2600

Front Range Comm. College 3645 W 112th Ave. (303) 404-5550

Metro State College 1006 11th St. (303) 556-3058

Red Rocks Comm. College 13300 W 6th Ave. (303) 914-6600

Regis University 3333 Regis Blvd. (303) 458-4900

Teikyo-Loretto Heights University 3001 S. Federal Blvd. (303) 936-8441

University of Colorado - Denver 1250 14th St. (303) 556-2400

University of Denver 2199 S. University Blvd. (303) 871-2000 Museums

Black American West Museum &

Heritage Center 3091 California St. (303) 292-2566 Buffalo Bill Memorial

Museum & Grave 987 Lookout Mtn. Rd. (303) 526-0747

Byers Evans House 1310 Bannock St. (303) 620-4933

Children's Museum 2121 Children's Mus. Dr. (303) 433-7444

Colorado History Museum 1300 Broadway (303) 866-3682

Colorado Railroad Museum 17155 W 44 Ave. (303) 279-4591

Denver Art Museum 14th & Bannock St. (720) 865-5000

Denver Firefighters Museum 1326 Tremont PI. (303) 892-1436 Denver Museum of Miniatures

and Dolls 1880 Gaylord St. (303) 322-1053

Denver Museum of Nature & Science 2001 Colorado Blvd. (303) 322-7009

Four Mile Historic Park 715 S. Forest St. (303) 399-1859

Mi2el Museum of Judaica 400 S. Kearney St. (303) 394-9993

Molly Brown House Museum 1340 Pennsylvania St. (303) 832-4092

Museo de Las Americas 861 Santa Fe Dr. (303) 571-4401

Pearce-McAllister Cottage 1880 Gaylord St. (303) 322-1053

Plains Conservation Center 21901 E Hampden Ave. (303) 693-3621 Stiles African American

Heritage Center 2607 Glenarm PI. (303) 294-0597

Vance Kirkland Foundation & Museum 1311 Pearl St. (303) 832-8576 Wings Over The Rockies Aviation &

Space Museum 7711 E Academy Pkwy. (303) 360-5360 Newspapers

Denver Post 1560 Broadway (303) 820-1010

Rocky Mountain News 400 W Colfax Ave. (303) 892-5000

Points of Interest

Denver Botanic Gardens 1005 York St. (303) 865-3500

Denver Public Library 10 W 14th Ave. (720) 865-1111

Denver Zoo 2300 Steele St. (303) 331-4100

Gates Planetarium Mus. of Nature & Science (303) 322-7009

Larimer Square 1400 Block of Lanmer St. (303) 685-8143

Ocean Journey 700 Water St. (303) 561-4450

Six Flags Elitch Gardens 2000 Elitch Circle (303) 595-4386

State Capitol Colfax at Sherman (303) 866-2604

U. S. Mint 320 W Colfax Ave. (303) 405-4761

Post Office (Main Branch) 951 20th St. (800) 275-8777

Denver Public Library 10 W 14th Ave. Pkwy (720) 865-1111

Police Department 1331 Cherokee St. (720) 913-2000

Fire Department 745 W Colfax Ave. (720) 913-3473

 

World-class city or cowtown? Denver craves recognition as the former without losing the best traits of the latter. Established in 1858 after a gold discovery at the confluence of Cherry Creek and the South Platte River, Denver City was named for Kansas Territory's governor. Railroads, statehood, gold and silver spurred growth. Denver weathered the 1893 depression thanks to its stockyards, brickyards, canneries, flour mills, and leather and rubber goods manufacturers. The Mile High City's skyscrapers rose in the 1970s, but the 1980s oil bust was crippling. Denver has the nation's largest city parks system and a $5 billion, 55-square-mile airport. Denver has an average of one licensed vehicle for every man, woman and child, but the city's athletically inclined populace also bikes, runs and walks along miles of trails within minutes of downtown. The cheeseburger, the ice cream soda, and Shredded Wheat were invented here, but so was the infamous Denver Boot. The Denver Mint is one of three U.S. gold depositories, holding about 25 percent of the nation's gold reserves. Denver teams have won two Super Bowls and two Stanley Cups since 1996.