M32***23Depending on your interest in racing, you can spend some time here. There are many signs that good information is needed when reading. I spent about an hour and I was more interested in hot rods than cars. Worth the visit is the free parking and discounted entrance fee for AAA members.
TodemmyThere are not enough superlatives to bring justice to this little treasure of the museum. The American Museum of Western Art is located in downtown Denver and houses the merchant and philanthropist Philip Anschutz. The artwork is a survey of the American West from the early 19th century to the mid-20th century. The museum is small but occupies three floors and contains more than 300 paintings and sculptures. All major painters who painted Western paintings in the 19th and early 20th centuries, as well as many lesser-known but equally outstanding painters, also participated in the exhibition. On the second floor of the gallery, there are expedition artists and illustrators who accompanied military and other expeditions in the early 1800s. Therefore, these paintings provide a record of the West before the settlement changes. The next level displays artworks from the Taos Society of Artists from the late 19th century to the early 20th century. The most famous artists related to Western painting are on this floor. The next floor is the fourth floor, which displays various artistic styles used to depict the American West. These works range from early impressionist and contemporary realist expeditions to works of art during the Great Depression. Through a federal art project sponsored by the US government. The building itself is a work of art. This is a Victorian building built in 1880 as a girls’ school. A few years later, it was forced to foreclosure and then sold to two of the most notorious gamblers in the West, who turned it into a hotel and a gentleman's club. Since then, its history has been very colorful, until it was refurbished and restored its Victorian charm to accommodate the current collection of the heart of the American West. If you like art, this is an experience not to be missed.
coo***anThe Folk Music Center is a great place to gather with the kids after lunch in Claremont Village. There are many things to see, and children have the opportunity to peruse interesting discoveries. I had the opportunity to watch several performances there. Enjoying live music is both private and a great experience. If you can, please try!
_AP***90honestly Disneyland is truly where a grown adult like myself can be a kid again. it’s such a fresh of breath air to see all of your childhood memories. the food there was delicious and would go there again. Favorite ride would be pirates of the Caribbean, it’s such a fun relaxing ride.
RIP_10small children friendly. several options for food, drinks and simple fun. several options for media type experiences as well as water playground for smaller children. also has a couple of larger rides for older kids/adults. characters are always walking around so you’re more likely to get some pictures taken with some of your favorite characters as well as autographs. very active/take part in pin swapping/trading.not as big as Disneyland, but definitely worth the time and money to experience the new age theme park. a definite go to for a more mellow, relaxing day with the whole family. several options for all ages.always stop by whenever I’m at Disneyland.