Denver Colorado Property News

Molly Brown House Museum - Image Credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/nostri-imago/2855532819


Did you know Denver offers some beautiful historical home tours around the area? From museums to mansions and parks, here are some locations near Denver where you can enjoy a piece of history.

Molly Brown House Museum - 1340 Pennsylvania Street, Denver, CO

If you want to see one of the most popular historic sites in the whole state of Colorado, go to the Molly Brown House Museum. It was the home of Margaret Molly Brown during her time living in Denver. She was a Titanic survivor and a social and political activist and philanthropist.

The museum allows you to take a guided tour every half hour through the museum and as well as experience special programs about the Titanic. If you want to bring a big group, make sure to make a reservation.

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Denver Light Rail - Image Credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/bike/341990045One of the great things about Denver is the Light Rail system. It allows you to visit tourist attractions around town without driving or walking. Some attractions are not available by the light rail but you can take the rail and walk a short distance to get there. It’s a fun and convenient way to travel around town. In fact, the city will be adding a service from the Denver International Airport to downtown’s Union Station coming in 2016. Here are the attractions easily accessible from the Light Rail.

The C, E, and W Lines

If you take the C, E, or W Lines you can get to Elitch Gardens or the Pepsi Center. The Pepsi Center is where the Colorado Avalanche hockey team and Denver Nuggets baseball team reside. There are plenty of concerts and events

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SupermarketIf you’re new to the Denver area, you are probably wondering which grocery stores are near your new home. Grocery stores are one of those places that you must visit often, so it’s great to find the closest ones to home or the ones that offer the best savings.

If you’re used to the Kroger brand, you’ll want to go to King Soopers as it’s owned by Kroger. You should also know that you will not find a Winn-Dixie or Ralphs in Denver. Residents should also be aware that Colorado grocery stores typically don’t sell alcohol, but you can get it at the Super Target in Glendale or the Trader Joe’s on 8th and Colorado Boulevard.

King Soopers

Kroger is the top spot and the largest United States grocer. They purchased King Soopers in Colorado to add to their

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Denver Art Museum - Image Credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/minka6/8596998106


Denver’s Arts Week is coming this November from the 7th – 15th. It’s going to offer a ton of great events for all ages. Bring the family out to some of the events featured throughout the week for little to no cost. Here is what you can expect for Denver’s Arts Week.

November 7th, 2014

For the first day of the event, there will be some amazing kickoff events. The Belmar Block 7 Art Walk will take place at from 6pm-9pm for no charge. Also that evening, the Arapahoe Philharmonic will be presenting Les Ballets Russes to be performed on stage at the Mission Hills Church. Tickets range from $5-$25 and the performance starts at 7:30.

If ballet is not your thing, you could go to the Lapis Gallery for “Inspiration Exists” from 6pm-10pm. You’ll learn

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Haunted HouseWhen you head out for spooky fun this Halloween, you should know where to go. Finding the top haunted attractions isn't always easy. Here are some of the top choices for your haunted fun this year.

Curse of Slaughterhouse Gulch Haunted House - 3184 South Peoria Street, Aurora, CO

This haunted house will provide plenty of fun during October. It's a spooky choice with something scary around every corner. The Curse of Slaughterhouse Gulch Haunted House will be open from 7pm to 10pm, Sunday through Thursday and 7pm to 12am on Fridays and Saturdays until November 1st.

The Frightmare Compound - 108th & Old Wadsworth, Westminster

This haunted house will include plenty of spooky fun. It's a great place for those that love zombies and they will even

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Fireplace - Halloween DecorationFinding the best Halloween decorations means you can turn your home or office into the spooky wonderland you want it to be. There are plenty of places to find decorations for Halloween near Denver. Here are a few of the top spots.

The Wizard's Chest - 230 Fillmore Street, Denver, CO

This spot provides all kinds of Halloween items. It's one of the best novelty shops in Denver and has all types of good decoration. From blood and guts to zombies and so much more, you will find just what you're after here.

5280 Costumes - 5401 North Federal Boulevard, Denver, CO

When you need a costume, this is the place to go. However, they also carry plenty of decorations for Halloween, as well. You will find all types of choices from horrifying decor to cute

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Halloween Events for KidsWith plenty of events happening throughout October for Halloween, it's a good idea to know which ones are best for kids. A family-friendly outing can be a great way to enjoy this time of year. Here are a few of the best events for kids during Halloween.

Bug A Boo - 6252 West 104th Avenue, Westminster, CO

This event will be held at the Butterfly Pavilion and will provide plenty of fun. It will be all about the little creepy crawly things and will include indoor trick-or-treating. The parade will also be a big part of this event, along with cockroach races, face painting and more fun. The event will be held October 18th and 19th.

Trick Or Treat Street - 2121 Children's Museum Drive, Denver, CO

This fun event will happen at the Denver Children's

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SkiingGetting your discounted ski pass may be a very important thing to do for the 2014-2015 season. Most of the ski passes will show your photo and are non-transferable. After Labor Day, the prices start to climb and will hit the highest price as soon as the season starts.

Most of the discounted passes must be purchased before ski season begins. Some will even include resorts found outside of Colorado and even outside of the United States. Here are a few of the passes you might be interested in getting this ski season.

Rocky Mountain Super Passes

The Rocky Mountain Super Passes are still available and provide two different choices including:

  • Rocky Mountain Super Pass + - Unlimited skiing and riding at Copper Mountain, Winter Park/Mary Jane and
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Teen GirlsTeen girls know that it can be challenging to find a great place for a night out. Finding a place that parents approve of and that allows teens can be difficult to find. Fortunately Denver has made a point to offer some options for a safe and enjoyable experience.

Leela European Café

820 15th St.
Denver, CO 80202

The Leela European Café is a trendy coffee shop in Denver featuring food beverages, local artists work, table chess, and is open 24 hours a day.  Being located at the heart of the Performing Arts District it’s no wonder they have performers play for their guests on occasion.

Grizzly Rose

5450 N Valley Highway
Denver, CO 80216

For a country night, teen girls can head to the Grizzly Rose. With its large dance floor, mechanical bull,

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Denver is ringing in the fall season with some awesome events coming soon. To get you ready for the cooler weather and the leaves changing color, there will be an Applefest, Pumpkin Festival, Ghost Tours and Boo at the Zoo. Come enjoy fall-themed festivals and spooky Halloween fun around Denver this fall.

Cemetery Ghost Walk

The Frontier Historical Society is hosting a Ghost Walk through the Linwood Cemetery this October. On October 17, 18, 24, 25, 31 and November 1st, try one of these historic ghost walk tours to hear stories and visit the oldest cemetery in Glenwood. There are different performers each week. Tickets are $18 and tours start at 7pm, 7:45pm, 8:30pm, and 9:15pm.

Applefest

Another fall favorite is Applefest. During the first

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