art, firearms, and Western and Indian
artifacts—including Sitting Bull’s bow and
arrows and Buffalo Bill’s show outfits.
Buffalo Bill’s grave is on the site, which is
owned and operated by the City and
County of Denver.
Byers-Evans House Museum
1310 Bannock St.
The Byers-Evans House was home to two
prominent Denver families and is one of
the city’s most historic landmarks. Built in
1883, it has been beautifully restored to
the period between 1912 and 1924.
Polished wood finishes, brightly patterned
wallpapers, ornate mantles, and period
draperies form a backdrop for a rich
variety of Evans family furnishings. Take a
guided tour of the home, attend a lecture,
or browse the rotating art gallery.
The Children’s Museum of Denver
2121 Children’s Museum Drive
This popular Denver attraction has
fostered imaginative play for over 40
years. The Children’s Museum of Denver
serves children newborn through age 8
and their families. Innovative and
interactive exhibits, engaging daily
programming and exciting year-round
special events mean there is always
something for kids to do at the museum.
With more than 300,000 children and
visitors each year, the Museum offers a
dynamic learning environment to explore,
play, discover and learn.
Clyfford Still Museum
1250 Bannock Street
The newest addition to Denver’s Civic
Center Cultural Complex, the Clyfford Still
Museum is located at the corner of 13th
Avenue and Bannock Street in downtown
Denver. The museum holds 94 percent of
the artist’s work as well as documents
about his life and a biographical film.
Rotating exhibitions give visitors a chance
to see Still’s full range of work over time.
Colorado Railroad Museum
17155 W. 44th Ave.
Recognized as one of the best privately
supported rail museums in the country, the
Colorado Railroad Museum was opened
more than 50 years ago. More than 70
historic narrow and standard gauge
locomotives and cars sit on 15 acres at the
foot of North Table Mountain. Visitors to the
museum will see railroad equipment,
artifacts, documents, artwork and
photographs, with a special emphasis on
Rocky Mountain area railroads.
Colorado Sports Hall
of Fame Museum
1701 Bryant St., Suite 500
Journey through Colorado’s sports history
at the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame.
Located next to one of the primary
entrances to Sports Authority Field at Mile
High, the museum also offers year-round
access to the field.
Denver Firefighters Museum
1326 Tremont Place
Learn about Denver’s firefighting history
and the Denver Fire Department in this
historic firehouse that was built in 1909.
This unique museum has early firefighting
equipment and artifacts that date from
1866—including a hand-drawn
apparatus, a rare steam pumper, and
three motorized fire trucks. Educational
programs focus on fire safety and hands-on activities.
Denver Art Museum
100 W. 14th Ave. Pkwy.
The Denver Art Museum is one of the
largest art museums between Chicago and
the West Coast, with a collection of more
than 70,000 works of art divided between
10 permanent collections including
Entrance of the Clyfford Still Museum. Photo courtesy of VISIT DENVER