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Golden Triangle Neighborhood, an Art Delight

The Denver Art Museum and the Denver Public LibraryHomes for sale in Denver neighborhoods are close to an array of exciting sights and sounds. For an unusual day of exploring the art world, doing some unique shopping, and dining in some interesting eating establishments from coffee shops to lunch in the 2,500-square-foot Civic Center Park (including food trucks) to happy hours to dinners, the Golden Triangle, also known as Civic Center, is the place to go.

It takes only about a half hour to walk the entire length of Bannock Street, the zone’s informal thoroughfare, but you will want to take longer so that you can stop and enjoy the various offerings.

The boundaries are Broadway to the east, Colfax Avenue to the north, and the Cherry Creek Trail and Speer Boulevard to the southwest.

Although the Golden Triangle is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Denver, it is proud to boast of having the city’s best art galleries and museums as well as civic institutions mixed in with history, lots of quality shops, and is also home to approximately 2,000 people.

Denver Art Museum

It features one of the largest collections of Native American Art as well as a Western American Art exhibition and modern art.

Byers-Evans House (the original Denver Art Museum)

This is an 1883 home turned into a museum.

History Colorado

High-tech exhibits take you through the state’s rich history.

Frederic C. Hamilton building

See a $110-million work of art with a museum with an array of kid-friendly interactive activities. It also offers free admission on the first Saturday of each month.

Clyfford Still Museum

Dedicated solely to that 20th-century American abstract expressionist with over 3,000 of his incredible works created between the years of 1920 and 1980.

Native American Trading Company

Looking for Southwest and American art? Find here Navajo textiles,beaded jewelry, Pueblo pottery, turquoise bolo ties, and more.

CO-Brew

A home-brew shop for lovers of craft beer and the art of brewing where customers brew and package their own beer or just stop in for a pint.

Mago’s Magic Shoppe

Any amateur Houdini will appreciate the curiosities and oddities.

Wardrobe Works

Owner Robyn Wackerli has been selling like-new designer clothing at an affordable price for 20 years at this consignment studio.

Curious Theater Company

With designers, directors, and 28 professional actors, enjoy this playhouse’s rotating productions that have been presented for 16 years.

Looking for a home in or near Denver’s Golden Triangle? Contact a Golden Triangle Realtor.

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