The City of Commerce City is a Home Rule Municipality located in Adams County, Colorado, United States. Commerce City is a northern suburb of Denver and as of 2013 is the 18th most populous municipality in Colorado. The city population was 45,913 at the 2010 United States Census, a population increase of 118.7% in the ten years since the 2000 census.
Restaurants in Commerce City
4 based on 239 reviews
This is a cool attraction I don't think a lot of Denver citizens have visited. It's actually one of the largest urban wildlife sanctuaries in the country, with over 330 species of wildlife. There are great hiking trails, bird-watching opportunities, and even bison. We did Lake Ladora Loop, which is 1.8 miles. It goes by lakes, marshes, and ponds and has a floating boardwalk! We hiked for quite a while, and then took about a half hour drive around the outside to see more animals. There are also kids' activity pamphlets available outside the main building in boxes with maps.
4.5 based on 49 reviews
We booked tickets for the LA Galaxy vs Rapids game in order for our son to see LA, his favorite team. We had seats directly behind the LA bench. There were many open seats and unruly fans started moving down. Their language and actions toward their own team and refs was atrocious. There were other younger children in the area as well. There was no sportsmanship from the fans. We come from a town with terribly critical fans but our fans paled in comparison.
Contrary to the fans, the stadium, employees and ease of entrance and exit were terrific - no fee for parking was a nice surprise!
4.5 based on 13 reviews
This place absolutely rocks!!! Must be a great place to work because the help doesn't change very much at all. So the service is great because they remember you. 2 or 3 new movies for less then 1 anywhere else. Please support the snack bar!!!!
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Spanning more than 24 acres, Denver Botanic Gardens at York Street presents a wide range of gardens and collections that illustrate an ever-widening diversity of plants from all corners of the world. Distinctive gardens define and celebrate our Western identity and a unique high altitude climate and geography.
This is one of our favorite weekend destinations in Denver. It's a beautifully kept, fascinating place with various types of gardens, fantastic flowers, tucked-away corners with benches, reflection pools, fountains, ponds, and a jaw-dropping tropical greenhouse. There are regular sculpture and art exhibits, concerts, a couple of great little restaurants, some great permanent exhibits. There is a children's garden that is fun for kids under 10, the gift shop has really nice things, and the annual plan sales are great.
4 based on 18 reviews
You can't go wrong playing here....everything is very good...,starting with fun and challenging course, great condition, professional and friendly staff. Club pro Will Panella organized a great amateur tournament and everything was outstanding. We played the white tees, distance of 6113 and slope of 68.9, look forward to coming back and playing from the blues.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
I spent a half day with Goldstrike and had a great time. Both Don and Ryan were fun, patient teachers. They have a whole variety of well maintained prospecting gear for you to try out too. They also know a lot about the mining history of the area and seem to love telling stories about the old timers who first discovered gold here, etc.
If you visit and want some hands on, family friendly outdoor activity where you pan out your own souvenir sign up for an adventure!!
5 based on 277 reviews
Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art has relocated to a new golden building in Denver’s Golden Triangle Creative District. The museum’s new building offers visitors an enhanced experience with more display space while staying true to the salon style and intimate atmosphere for which the Kirkland is known. The museum’s three collections are: • International Decorative Art—A celebrated collection including notable examples of every major design period from Arts & Crafts to Postmodern. • Colorado & Regional Art—The largest repository of art showcasing the state and region’s talent, concentrating on the 1840s through the 1990s with about 7,000 works more than 700 artists. • Vance Kirkland Retrospective—Kirkland (1904–1981) is generally considered Colorado’s most distinguished modern painter. About 550 paintings and about 600 drawings and prints are held in his estate collection. Note: Due to the fragile nature of the collections children must be 13 or older to be admitted.
this is a small museum, but full of interesting and great things inside. Well presented in a good manner. Art fans will really the experience.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
A modern stadium with an old-fashioned feel, this is one of the National League's first new parks built exclusively for baseball since 1962.
Newer construction allows for people to flow freely. You can still get good tickets cheaper than places like Yankees stadium or Wrigley field. Beer is predictably expensive and the food is predictably greasy. HOWEVER!!!!! You can bring some of your own and buy them out front. That’s a nice treat in my opinion
4 based on 1 reviews
It was a nice neighborhood park. Some natural state areas,and plenty of green space and sports areas too. It was clean and maintained nicely.
4.5 based on 232 reviews
The Denver Mountain parks include a variety of locations, though all within the mountains. I never let visitors to Colorado go without seeing Red Rocks Amphitheater. In addtiion to its one of a kind setting, it has fabulous views of the city of Denver.
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.