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Denver: BEYOND Light Show and Meditation

1. Denver: BEYOND Light Show and Meditation

Enjoy a fully-immersive experience with BEYOND: A Guided Meditation & Laser Light Experience featuring a guided mediation, enchanting music, wondrous sound, and an awe-inspiring laser and projection light experience designed to elevate the soul. See custom audiovisual art installations created by world-famous artists that explore powerful themes. For those who enjoy thinking and meditating while immersing themselves in music and visuals, this planetarium-style, classic rock laser light show is designed to electrify your consciousness. Each Beyond Light Experience starts promptly at 20 minutes past the hour, every hour, during operating hours. This is a non-consumption, family-friendly experience.

Denver: Downtown Food Walking Tour with Tastings

2. Denver: Downtown Food Walking Tour with Tastings

Discover the flavors of downtown Denver on a walking food tour. Try a range of different cuisines as your guide introduces you to some of the most exciting restaurants in the area. Take your taste buds on a journey and head home with a full belly and a new insight into the city's culinary scene. Meet your foodie guide in front of Tamayo, where you can sample sizzling tacos with fresh and creative salsas. From there, wind through the bustling streets of the "Mile High City", visiting taste the flavor of Denver. Sample delectable pairings at a local hidden gem and satisfy your sweet tooth at a foodie favorite ice cream shop. Try samples of chocolate , and browse authentic Native American art and jewelry. Along the way, snap Instagram-worthy selfies at historic Denver landmarks like Coors Field and Union Station as you delve into the history of this Colorado capital.

Morrison: Red Rocks Private Walking Tour with Local Guide

3. Morrison: Red Rocks Private Walking Tour with Local Guide

Take a private walking tour of Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater, located in Morrison at the foothills west of Denver, where the Great Plains meet the Rocky Mountains. Learn about the area's geology and history in the Visitor Center and explore the Colorado Music Hall of Fame with a local guide. Meet your guide at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre and dive deep into the history of the region, starting from its original use as a ceremonial space for indigenous people to a popular destination during the Western gold rush. Discover the giant rock monoliths that characterize the park. See the area’s modern-day use as an outdoor amphitheater and award-winning music venue. Hear about the musical legends who have graced the stage, including Johnny Cash, The Beatles, Willie Nelson, Carlos Santana, U2, the Grateful Dead, John Denver, and more. Step inside the Visitor Center, where you can spot your favorite performer on a floor-to-ceiling schedule of every concert since 1941. If there's more time, you can visit the Colorado Music Hall of Fame or follow the 1.4-mile Trading Post trail that winds through the Fountain and Lyons formations.

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What people are saying about Denver

The tour guide was friendly, knowledgeable & engaging. She provided us a welcoming experience to better understand the history of Denver & why the architecture & landscape changed over the years. During the history tour, we were fortunate to come upon local residents that currently owned & were staying in one of these places. These residents were friendly & invited us inside their home to quickly see the interior architecture, the remodeling changes they did, etc. We also got a rare chance to meet a local actually redesigning many of these historic homes to make it more inviting for residents to live. And though we got lucky with these opportunities, our tour guide still managed to keep us within our designated tour timeframe. If you want to get a different historical perspective of the city, I highly recommend you attend this tour.

This was an amazing experience! It was even better than I thought it would be. The lights and art were both beautiful. The icing on the cake was the guided meditation! This is a must try!

We had our tour with Pam. She was super energetic and gave a great tour. She gave a lot of great insights and it was a lot of fun. Can definitely recommend the tour was very interesting!

Tour Guide was very knowledgeable of the history of these beautiful buildings. He was freindly and answered all of our questions. I would take a tour again with him.

Our guide was super knowledgeable and passionate about Denver history. I have already recommended her tour to all my Facebook friends!