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The Leanin' Tree Museum - Image Credit:'s fairly easy to find a great museum in Denver for a day away from the house. However, you may want to find something a little out of the ordinary. Instead of visiting the Denver Art Museum or one of the other huge and amazing museums, choose one of the following smaller, yet very special museums within the city.

Molly Brown House Museum - 1340 Pennsylvania Street

This wonderful museum will take you back to the early 1900s in Denver. It provides a look into the life of Molly Brown and was nearly destroyed back in the 1970s. However, it still stands and provides plenty of interesting exhibits throughout.

The Leanin' Tree Museum - 6055 Longbow Drive, Boulder

If you enjoy Western Art, this private collection is a great choice for your day away

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Doggy RelaxingWhether you have to work more than normal or you're planning an out-of-town trip, finding the right place for your dog is important. Your best four-legged friend needs to be well taken care of and when you can't do it, there are plenty of doggy day care facilities ready to help. Here are some of the top choices for doggy day care in Denver.

City Bark - 2000 West 8th Avenue

If you prefer your dog be pampered, while you're gone, City Bark is a great spot. They offer plenty of grooming options, a pool and all types of pampering treatments. You can even watch your dog on a webcam, while you're at work or on vacation. City Bark even offers training programs and plenty of upscale services for your doggy.

The Big Backyard - 5301 East Pacific Place

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Men's TiesEven though men don't have the same large selection of fashion options as women, finding the right accessories still matters. The right belt buckle, tike, shoes or even suspenders can make or break your outfit. Here are a few of the top choices for men's accessories throughout the Mile High City.

Cry Baby Ranch - 1421 Larimer Street

Those looking for Western attire need to head to Cry Baby Ranch. This shop provides a unique selection of Western attire with plenty of hats, belt buckles and boots. They carry a number of top brands, such as Schaefer Outfitter and Stetson.

Soul Haus - 1225 East 17th Avenue

The vintage look is certainly back and Soul Haus is the place for your accessories. Fashion-forward men will enjoy shopping here for a new hat,

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Image Credit: the right food truck for lunch, dinner or just a snack is a great way to enjoy something unique. Denver attracts a number of great food trucks with all types of different offerings. You can find any of the trucks at ProspectEATs in Longmont on Mondays, Civic Center Park on Tuesdays and Thursdays and at the farmers' markets on the weekend. Here are some of the top choices.

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Waffle Cakes is a temptation to say the least. This food truck provides some of the most delicious waffles you will find and they are all crusted with Belgian sugar. You can get them topped with a number of choices ranging from back apple and Gorgonzola to banana and Nutella. They also serve coffee drinks.

The Biscuit Bus -

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Pet DogFinding the right place for all your pet needs is very important. Whether you own a cat, a dog or a more exotic pet, you need to find the best store for all your supplies. Here are some of the top choices in Denver, Colorado.

Smooch the Pooch - 3624 East Highland Ranch Parkway, Littleton

Getting your dog groomed is part of being a good pet owner. Smooch the Pooch provides plenty of grooming choices and they specialize in Posh breeds.

Dog Savvy, Doggie Boutique and Spa - 1402 Larimer Street, Denver

Another good choice for grooming and for plenty of specialty dog items is Dog Savvy. They carry a number of cute collars, leashes, harnesses and so much more.

Green Claws and Paws - 1299 Washington Avenue, Golden

Those preferring eco-friendly

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Image Credit: just a short distance from Denver, Lakewood is a great choice for commuters. Living in Lakewood makes access to the city very easy and it's a quieter area compared to downtown. It's a popular area for families looking to live outside the city.

The suburb provides a number of advantages and perks. The Charles Whitlock Recreation Center is one of the newest and best perks found within the area. They provide a number of great activities, programs and amenities including:

  • Fitness Center
  • Warm Water Therapy Pool
  • Basketball Court
  • Racquetball Court
  • Fitness Classes
  • Climbing Wall
  • Sports Leagues
  • Fitness Classes
  • Personal Training
  • And More!

The center is open seven days a week and is one of two state-of-the-art

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Kirkland Museum - Image Credit: a great place to enjoy art isn't hard in Denver. The city is home to some of the best art galleries in Colorado. If you're looking to discover some of the best art in the city, head to any of the galleries below.

PISMO Fine Art Glass - 2770 East 2nd Avenue

Known as an award-winning gallery full of upscale art, PISMO is a Cherry Creek North staple. Due to the popularity of this type of art, sister sites have popped up in Beaver Creek, Aspen and Vail. You will find all types of glass art here including free-form, vases and even glass beads.

Pirate: Contemporary Gallery - 3655 Navajo Street

This gallery was created in the 1980s and provides an edgy type of art. It helped to put the Highlands on the map and provides an ever changing

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Image Credit: Park is found about 20 miles to the south of Downtown Denver. It's actually located in Littleton and it's close to Castle Rock and Highlands Ranch. This desirable neighborhood attracts many residents because of the beautiful mountain scenery.

One Billion Year Old Rocks

One of the fascinating things about Roxborough Park is the rock formations. Some of the red rock formations are over one billion years old and they provide a beautiful compliment to the scenic mountain backdrop. Due to the rocks and the mix of mountains and plains found here, residents also enjoy unique plant and wildlife.


The Roxborough Park area is most known as a place to enjoy outdoor activities. The Roxborough State Park provides residents and visitors

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Image Credit: the right candy for a gift or just to cure your sweet tooth will provide something delicious in Denver. The city is home to many great spots for chocolates, hard candies and confections. Here are a few of the best places to pick up your sweet treats.

Roberta's Chocolates - 4840 West 29th Avenue

This family-owned store is found in the Highlands neighborhood. They provide a number of great treats including truffles, chocolates and so much more. You can even get a chocolate pizza from Roberta's.

Dietrich Chocolate and Espresso - 1734 East Evans Avenue

If you love chocolate, you know it's even better with the right espresso or coffee drink. Erich Dietrich understands what you need and has brought his candy shop to the top of the list with

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Puppy 01The spring season is a great time of the year to adopt a new puppy. Adding a furry family member to your house provides many benefits to both the animal and to your family. If you're considering a new puppy, here are a few of the best places in Denver for adopting a puppy.

Foothills Animal Shelter - 580 Mc Intyre Street, Golden

This animal shelter is a non-profit choice with plenty of puppies for adoption. They specialize in caring for both dogs and cats and they will make sure your new puppy is spayed or neutered before you leave the facility. Adoption fees range from $175 to $400 at the Foothills Animal Shelter.

Denver Animal Shelter - 1241 West Bayaud Avenue, Denver

Another great shelter for adoption a puppy is the Denver Animal Shelter.

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