Denver City Park
The City Park is an urban park located in the east central region of Denver city. The Denver city park occupies a large portion of the expansive neighborhood.
The city park is the most elegant and famous park of Denver travel city. It holds the local zoo, boathouse and museum at about 330 acres.
The Denver city park was built in the year 1880 with classical revival and renaissance architecture. The initial design theme of the park was inspired from central park of New York City.
The Denver zoo, famous boat pavilion and Ferril Lake of the park were developed with Spanish design. The Denver museum of nature and science was built on the east side of the park at 1908. The museum of science and nature acts as a resource for informal science education.
The popular Shakespeare elm was planted in 1916 at the Denver city park. It was planted historically at the junction of 17th avenue and Colorado Boulevard.
The Denver city park of today contains flower gardens, beautiful landscapes and a public golf course. Decorated fountains and tranquil lakes make for a perfect picnic spot for Denver travel and tourism.
The city park holds the Martin Luther King Memorial and other ancient buildings. The long paths are treaded by fantastic statutory and rose gardens.
The park holds free concerts in the summer. The boathouse has boat rentals like paddleboats and that of water birds like pelicans. Picnic tables and snack bars dot the boat pavilion of the park.
It offers amazing view of the city skyline and rocky mountain range. The neighborhood holds Denver's first high school and renowned commercial landmarks.
The city park neighborhood holds popular restaurants, record stores and bookstores. Visitors throng the city park in thousands everyday for the jogging tracks, athletic trails and cultural institutes.
Denver City Park Address
201 W. Colfax, Dept. 601
Denver, CO 80202
Tel: (720) 913-0311
Denver City Park Hours: N/A
Ticket Information for the Denver City Park: N/A
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