Continue toward the Denver Performing Arts Complex, one of the largest of its kind in the US, with spectacular events. Pass by a few locations and come to the iconic State Capitol Building that serves as the home of Colorado's most influential branches of government.
One of the highlights of this tour is the Molly Brown House Museum, a place where a Titanic survivor lived. You can get a ticket inside to learn more about Margaret's ("Molly's") life.
Finally, you will see the Frederic C. Hamilton Building, a part of the Denver Art Museum that surprises with its unusual architecture and introduces visitors to the Modern and Contemporary art collection.
The tour finishes in the SoCo nightlife district, but don't miss it out even if it's daytime — this area, like Denver itself, is definitely worth exploring!