Considering Visiting Denver?

Visit Denver
The Denver area is an exciting place to live! We have everything from city life , to mountains & small communities. With so many people working remotely, it is a great time to consider a move. We here at Corken + Company wanted to share a few great places to visit in Denver.


Denver Art Museum:
Denver has everything you are looking for when it comes to metropolitan life. The art museum offers amazing exhibits and is a great way to spend your weekends. Several times throughout the year, the DAM offers free general admission through our Free Days at the DAM program. Learn more.


Red Rocks Amphitheatre:
Reputation may precede it, but there’s no replacement for experiencing this acoustically impeccable, naturally stunning marvel of ochre sandstone yourself. Designated a National Historic Landmark by the National Park Service and Department of the Interior, the amphitheater is a top destination for Colorado residents and tourists from around the world. It’s an easy 15-mile drive from Denver!


Summer Events:
Denver always has great summer events. As a state that gets sunshine over 300 days a year, you are bound to find fun outdoor activities. Start planning now for exciting 2021 events and festivals in Denver. Scroll down our month-by-month list and choose from annual favorites, splashy debuts and exclusive showings. See our Denver 365 calendar for a complete listing of events.


Outdoor Enthusiast:
You are not only getting city life but an endless amount of outdoor activities when you move to, or visit, Denver. Denver and the neighboring Rocky Mountains are overflowing with outdoor activities like cycling, running, white water rafting, kayaking, rock climbing and more. After a full day of outdoor adventures, return to the city and have a feast at these Outdoor and Patio Dining options, grab a craft beer along the Denver Beer Trail or explore the city’s vibrant neighborhoods, teeming with arts, culture and urban flair.


Considering a move to Denver? Contact us Corken + Company and let the adventure begin!


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