Event Description:

See the historic sights, walk the storied sidewalks and learn about Cap Hill’s inspiring architecture at every turn.

There’s a reason famed names like Molly Brown and Vance Kirkland chose Cap Hill as their home base, and now you can see and learn exactly why. Join Kevin, your Denver historian host, for this unique and exciting walking tour through one of Denver’s coolest (and oldest) neighborhoods: Capitol Hill.

Once the location of Denver’s Millionaire Row (cha-ching!), this popular neighborhood has gone through numerous incarnations through the years. Now home to all types of residents, shops, bars, restaurants and hotspots, and the setting for a wide array of architectural styles, Capital Hill has a look and feel all it’s own. As you walk, Kevin will tell you the tales behind many of the area’s most historic buildings, with special attention paid to the home of Titanic’s “unsinkable” Molly Brown and the former school and studio of artist Vance Kirkland. Uh-la-la.

And if you think all the fun stays outdoors, just wait until you end your journey inside Capital Hill watering hole The Cheeky Monk. You can enjoy an ice-cold beer (or soda) as you chat with your host and the rest of the folks in the group. Who knows? Maybe you’ll leave with some new friends in tow. We’d say that’s a pretty good reason to raise a toast to Capital Hill, wouldn’t you? Please note that drinks are not included with the price of the experience.

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What to Bring: Don’t Forget Comfy shoes: You’ll be walking during this walking experience (surprise!), so choose your footwear accordingly. The right duds: We’d hate for you to get too hot or too chilly, so dress for the weather—light layers may be best depending on the temp. Be of age: If you’re going to have a beer at The Cheeky Monk, you best be 21 and up. Trust us, they card.

Location

1340 Pennsylvania St, Denver, CO
Location Details: The Molly Brown Museum

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