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Amusement Places Arcades in Denver, CO
1.Dave & Busters
1940 S Colorado Blvd2.55 mi Denver, CO Amusement Places & ArcadesBarsPool HallsCocktail Lounges
Can get a bit expensive, but a fun night out.
1601 Reed St Suite 1005.39 mi Denver, CO Amusement Places & ArcadesPinball MachinesVideo GamesVideo Games Arcades
Hyperspace is an authentic 1980s-themed arcade located in Denver, CO.Enjoy our huge lineup of classic favorites, like Asteroids, Tempest, and Frogger. The line up is always changing to keep you coming back for more. We keep the full list of games up to date so you know if your favorites are waiting for you inside! All games are on free play!
3.Elitch Gardens Theme & Water Park
2000 Elitches Cir1.58 mi Denver, CO Theme ParksAmusement Places & ArcadesTourist Information & AttractionsPlaces Of Interest
For more than 120 years, Elitch Gardens Theme & Water Park is a must-see destination for all locals, visitors and families, creating memories worth repeating. Operating on 63 acres, it is America’s only downtown area theme and water park. The park is open May through October and offers 50 rides, live entertainment, shopping and dining. The park is also known to have breathtaking views of Denver from their Observation Tower which is 20 stories high or while plummeting 200 feet on the Tower of Doom!
4.Lakeside Fire Department
4601 Sheridan Blvd4.74 mi Denver, CO Theme ParksAmusement Places & ArcadesPlaces Of InterestChildren's Party Planning & Entertainment
I LOVE IT HERE!!! anyone who says this place sucks, sucks. this is cool and fun and cheap and it's been around for a hundred years, which is more than dumb old elitches from the nineties can say. i go every summer. it's not unsafe or dirty, and won't make you barf, because a lot of the rides are gentle. but they have plenty of thrill rides too, if you're a crazy person who loves to have bathroom accidents. come to this wonderful denver attraction. it's well worth it.
5.Lakeside Amusement Park
4601 Sheridan Blvd4.74 mi Denver, CO Amusement Places & ArcadesTourist Information & AttractionsAmusement Park Rides Equipment
This place has great rides and is a real ""amusement park"" - not some ""theme"" park that's primary purpose is to extract green-backs from your pocket. What is sad about this park is that when I read other reviews talking about it being ""dirty"" or old- what you really see is that its not just plastic and steel themes. Underlying this is that a multi-ethnic mix or people go to this park. Here, my 5 year old blonde/blue son rides with all ethnicities and all economic backgrounds. When we go to Elitches its suburban white families, standing in line for endless hours.\r \r So back to the place- whether its the great steel ferris wheel (which my son says ""we can see the whole world"" - not quite ;-) ) or the authentic steam locomotive, 2 fantastic coaster (yes- the Wild Chipmunk is worth its name!) or variations on traditional carnival rides, the underlying theme is fun at the park.\r \r Catch this park before it becomes history- undoubtedly it will.
770 N Pennsylvania St0.76 mi Denver, CO Amusement Places & ArcadesRecreation CentersSports & Entertainment Centers
The Grants' Beaux-Arts mansion is an exuberant mixture of elements, combining a brick facade with terra cotta balustrades, projecting balconies and 20 foot columns. The 30-room mansion was completed in 1902 at a cost of $35,000, in the Neoclassical style of architecture by Boal and Harnois, for James Benton Grant following his one term as the third Governor of Colorado. The house has been home to two families.
1020 15th St Apt 21K0.84 mi Denver, CO Amusement Places & Arcades
Denver marijuana tours provides tours and transportation for tourists visiting Denver looking for a unique experience.
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