Denver Real Estate Blog
The quarterly Case-Shiller Home Price Indices numbers were released last week, and I'm proud to report that Denver had the highest annual home appreciation of the 20 largest cities in the country!
The overall S&P/Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price Index recorded a 4.5 percent annual gain. Denver and Miami reported the highest year-over-year gains, as prices increased by 8.4 percent and 8.3 percent respectively over the last 12 months.
This is great news for all you home owners and long-term investors in the Denver real estate market! If you own a $300,000 home the value increased about 8 percent in the past year, meaning the equity in your home went up by $25,000, on top of what you've already made in the past several years. Wonderful news as you enjoy your home and build long-term wealth. Congratulations.
Neighborhood Price Trends
Below is our Quarterly Price Trends Map with a detailed neighborhood analysis of our local market. Here's how to read it. Pick a neighborhood that interests you, say Wash Park East. During the past 12 months in Wash Park East you'll see the average Days on Market (DOM) for a listed property was 34. There has been a 13 percent price increase in the past year, and the average sold price was $853,000. There were 166 sales in this time period, and currently there are only 11 properties for sale, which equates to a 0.8 month supply. What does this tell us about Wash Park East? It tells us that prices have been rising swiftly in the past year (low DOM and increasing prices) and the inventory is at rock bottom (only 11 active property on the market!) which will help sellers in the neighborhood. With currently only a 0.8 month supply of homes for sale (six months of supply is a balanced market) this is a red hot neighborhood!
Give me a call and I'd be happy to sit down with you with a full size 36" X 18" copy of the map so we can review it together, and I can answer all your questions. I think you'll find this map to be a very helpful tool, and I can provide a custom map for your area.
Bold claim, we know, but as of April 7th searching homes from our site will give you better results than from Trulia and Zillow. The Greater Denver MLS/Matrix (real estate listing syndication) company, announced that Zillow and Trulia will no longer be receiving feeds from them. This removes a large amount of Colorado listings affecting the users of these two systems. However, our home search results will continue to be the most inclusive of properties for sale in the Greater Denver area and surrounding towns with a direct feed from Denver's MLS/Matrix.
More and more people are searching the web for their new home before they call a realtor. This provides you the opportunity to view the properties are for sale and see the current prices of homes in your area of interest. We are dedicated to providing our clients and guests the best and quickest search results when using our online tools. We want you to be able to see every house on the market early in your search so you can refine your search and get a head start on other home buyers.
But Wait, There’s More
The search is only the beginning. Most national search engines pull data from all over the United States from various companies. While this may work well during a cursory search, the data is only as good as the people that entered it. It is up to the selling realtor or their company to enter the data into the proper systems.
We pride ourselves on being Denver residents and we love the city we call home. Not only do we understand the local real estate market, but we intimately know the neighborhoods and their nuances. If items you are most interested in are not included on the online search results, we can help you by filling in the gaps and providing detailed information. We will give you more than just search results. We will work with you until you find your perfect home.
Oh, It Gets Better
We continuously work to improve our site, search results and offer the most relevant information. If this is your first visit to our site we invite you to poke around and discover some fantastic insights into Denver neighborhoods, entertainment and schools. Our hope is if you are new to the area we can help you acclimate more quickly, or if you’re a life-long resident, we want you to discover something you never knew about Denver.
We Can’t Wait to Meet You
We know this blog article was a bit self-aggrandizing, but we are proud of the multitudes of families that have found their dream home by using our search feature, talking about their dreams with us, and ultimately giving us the pleasure to work with them. Give us a call at 303-991-9878 or contact us. Quit dreaming about a new home, find a dream home.
Whether you hate them or you love them, there is no denying there is just something special about the Rolling Stones. Mick Jagger’s strong London accent and Keith Richards' skill on the guitar have made them legends and have kept them at the top of the charts for almost 50 years! Found yourself living under a rock and unfamiliar with this legendary British band? Check out their greatest hits.
Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Speaking of legends, Red Rocks Amphitheatre has got to be among the most famous venues in the United States. With its 868 acres of pine trees, deer, prairies, vistas and fossils, it is no surprise that it’s been drawing visitors since 1941. It seats 9,525 people at 6,450 feet above sea level. What is even more amazing is that it is geographically the transition zone between the Rocky Mountains and the Great Plains. Due to this “marriage” of landscapes, the variety of plant and animal life is second to none.
A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words
It may be hard for concert attendees to keep their eyes on the stage. What with fossil fragments of a 40-foot sea serpent called a Plesiosaur or the Mosasauraus, originally from the sea when all of the land structures were under water. There are two 300-foot monoliths, “Ship Rock” and “Creation Rock” that both stand taller than Niagara Falls, and provide a history book of sorts, as they are estimated to be 250 million years old. No wonder Red Rocks Amphitheatre was once among the Seven Wonders of the World. Here, take a look. The appeal is universal. Even the photos can literally take your breath away.
Mick, Meet Red Rocks!
Which brings me back to the iconic Rolling Stones. Mick, in all his wisdom, has STRONGLY hinted that Red Rocks Amphitheatre will be a venue on the Rolling Stones’ 14-city North American tour. This would be the Rolling Stones’ 10th Anniversary of visiting Colorado (Denver in particular). However, Jagger and the boys have NEVER played at Red Rocks. It promises to be an amazing night.
When do you have the opportunity to hear legends play at one of the most spectacular locations in the world? Not to mention, the plates have shifted, making the rocks “bowl like” which gives Red Rocks wonderful acoustics, a rarity among outdoor venues.
News outlets are expecting confirmation of the Rolling Stones tour in the next week or so. This is the Rolling Stones’ last tour, and the opportunity to see them at over a mile above sea level is a once in a life time event. Remember, it only seats a little over 9,000 people, so the tickets will be on sale for approximately 34 seconds before they sell out!
Did you know that Denver has the largest city park system in the nation, with 14,000 acres of mountain parks and 2,500 acres of natural areas? So, it is time to take advantage of the beautiful weather and enjoy the fun events Denver has planned in April to celebrate the return of Spring and Earth Day!
Baseball fans, it is time to head to the ballpark! Colorado Rockies season and single game tickets are on sale now! Click here to purchase tickets.
Fancy Footwork (April 2)
Join the dancers of Colorado Ballet for "an exciting show featuring pieces chosen by the dancers themselves. Selections will range from excerpts of the great classics to new contemporary works by choreographers within the Colorado Ballet family. Guests attending the evening performance will also have the opportunity to bid on one-of-a-kind items and experiences in a silent auction, tailored by the Colorado Ballet dancers". Learn more event details here!
Bunny Trail EggVenture (April 4)
Hop down to the Children's Museum in your favorite spring colors for an educational, exciting and fun time! Jump, hop and bounce from one "eggsploration station” to the next at their spring extravaganza! Bunny Trail EggVenture is filled with "all kinds of blossoming fun, including egg-dyeing, springtime art projects, tasty treats and StoryTime with our bunny, Truffles". For detailed information, click here.
Spring Fling (April 4)
Join your friends at the Denver Zoo to celebrate the beginning of spring. Take part in "a fun scavenger hunt around the zoo, learn about animals that lay eggs and finish your trip in the Conoco Zoo Garden with fun family spring time activities!" Learn more here.
Colorado Art Survey IX (Opens April 11)
Kirkland Museum of Fine and Decorative Art unveils "a new Colorado Art Survey as it continues to showcase the nationally important art history of Colorado. For this current exhibition, the two main level exhibition rooms have been re-displayed with works from the 1870s to 2000s in a timeline from realism to pure abstraction. This exhibition draws from the museum's unparalleled and still growing collection of 5,000 works of art by over 500 Colorado artists". Learn more here.
Denver Museum of Nature and Science (April 12 and 25)
Come enjoy a Community Free Day at the museum. A fee still applies to IMAX films, Planetarium shows, and temporary exhibitions. Learn what is happening at the museum this month here.
Earth Day Denver (April 22)
Come to this free fair open to the general public at Civic Center Park and learn new ways to live sustainably! The theme for 2015's Earth Day Denver will focus on "interactive displays and demonstrations for the public tied to: Energy, Water, Waste, Transportation and Food!" Learn more event information here.
Defending the Caveman (April 22 - June 28)
Defending the Caveman is "a hilarious play about the ways men and women relate to each other. Without taking sides, this insightful comedy discusses the ongoing battle for understanding between the sexes". Learn event details here.
Run for Babies (April 25)
Run for Babies is "a chip-timed and measured 5K through the Denver City Park. After the race, join the nearly 5,000 walkers and eat a picnic lunch while enjoying live entertainment. Meet up with your family to visit the kids entertainment at the Kids' Zone, while stopping by the Mission Pavilion to learn more about how March of Dimes has been helping babies for more then 75 years". Learn more here.
Dining Out For Life (April 30)
Dine out for breakfast, lunch or dinner on April 30, 2015, and choose from more than 250 Denver and Boulder-area restaurants who will contribute 25% of their food sales to benefit Project Angel Heart’s home-delivered meal program. Read more about this annual fundraiser here.
Ah Spring! The season is starting to make an appearance around the Denver area, flowers are blooming, birds are singing, and warm days are a weekly happening. This is the perfect time to give your house a little pick-me-up and do a few things to increase the value of your house for not a lot of money. Whether you want to sell your house later this year or just want to do a little rehab, it never hurts to give your home some TLC.
What the Experts are Saying
Recently, Coastal Real Estate Group out in California asked 24 real estate experts what they would personally do to help increase a house's value with a budget of $5,000 or less. Together, these experts have come up with a great list of recommendations:
- Paint – Here’s the great thing about paint, it is inexpensive and with a coat or two, it can make the interior or the exterior of your house look brand new. For the exterior, a new coat of paint is one of the greatest curb appeals for potential buyers when they first pull up to your home. The interior areas, such as the entryway, should be a bright but neutral color to be welcoming to prospective buyers looking at your home.
- Upgrade the Kitchen – Everyone knows the heart of any home lies in the kitchen, so putting upgrades in there such as new counter-tops, updated cabinets, and new appliances will increase the value along with attracting a greater amount of buyers. The experts all agreed, when upgrading your home you will get the most bang-for-your-buck with a kitchen remodel.
- Landscaping – Curb appeal, curb appeal, and more curb appeal starts with the outside of your home. The great thing about doing your own landscaping and sprucing up the appearance of your lawn is that it is fairly inexpensive. Doing things such as trimming trees, pruning bushes, planting flowers, and painting window frames, the garage door and the main door, all are small ways to give your home a beautiful new face ready for any buyer.
- De-cluttering – Let’s be honest, most of us have a hard time walking into our own homes when it is messy, so when preparing to sell your house make sure to de-clutter all areas of each space. A lot of us have a hard time seeing past clutter and the potential of spaces in your house if there is stuff lying everywhere and things are not clean. Buy some inexpensive Tupperware, baskets, and storage boxes to put all of your possessions in and make sure to clean before any open houses.
- Bathrooms – Along with the kitchen, bathrooms are the next spaces in the house that can always do well with a remodel session. Investing a few thousand into a bathroom can turn into a $10k added value for your home.
- Pictures of Your Home – Almost everyone when starting with their search for a new home will hop on the internet and scroll through photos of houses. You want to make sure that the pictures of your house are fantastic which means possibly hiring a professional to take some photos and even possibly a video of the inside of your house. We live in a very visual society, and potential buyers want to see all the goods before they even make a call to see a house. So make sure you give your house the best chance in this busy market!
You’ve Increased the Value of Your Home, Now What?
Your house is beautiful inside and out, you hired a professional to take amazing photographs and videos, and now you are ready to put your house on the market, it is time to call New Era Group! Even before you make all these value increases, give New Era Group a call and any of the agents would be happy to talk to you about their own suggestions after seeing your house to get you the most for your beloved property. Give us a call at 303-922-9222 or stop by our offices during the week at 2563 15th Street, #101 Denver, Colorado 80211, we will be happy to assist you with any of your home endeavors!
I couldn’t say it better myself…
Colorado leads the nation for home price gains; Denver's growth is even faster
“Colorado's home sales prices grew by 9.1 percent in January from a year earlier, the highest rate of appreciation of any state in the country, but metro Denver's growth rate was even higher, at 10 percent. By comparison, the national average for home-price gains was 5.7 percent during the same one-year period, according to the latest Home Price Index from CoreLogic. ‘A dearth in supply in many parts of the country is a big factor driving up prices,’ said Anand Nallathambi, president and CEO of CoreLogic. Many homeowners have taken advantage of low rates to refinance their homes, and until we see sustained increases in income levels and employment, they would be hunkered down so supplies may remain tight.” -Denver Business Journal | 3/3/2015
Metro Denver home-price gains pick up steam; another record high set
“The pace of year-over-year growth in metro-Denver home prices continues to speed up, and the region has set a new record high for resale prices, according to the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Prices Index report.”-Denver Business Journal | 2/24/2015
Denver among the 10 Markets to Grow the Most Next Year
“The U.S. housing market is expected to make strides overall in 2015, but 10 metros in particular are ready for significant acceleration across housing metrics next year, according to realtor.com's latest housing report. Realtor.com's third fastest growth region in 2015 is Denver-Aurora-Broomfield, Colo. Home-sale growth is projected to be 14%; with tight inventories of for-sale homes.” -Daily Real Estate News | 2/1/2015
Denver metro homes gain $26 billion in value in 2014
“Homes in the Denver metro area gained $26 billion in total value in 2014, a 9.5 percent increase from last year, according to a Zillow report. Zillow said this was the fifth largest gain among the 35 top metropolitan areas analyzed.” -The Denver Post | 1/19/2015
Leeds study: Colorado to be among top 10 states for job growth in 2015
“Colorado is expected to gain 61,300 jobs in 2015, ranking it among the top 10 states in the country for job growth, according to the University of Colorado Boulder's Leeds School of Business economic outlook.” -Denver Business Journal | 1/18/15
Denver's economic growth rate is highest in nation
“The economic output of metro Denver grew more than any other city in the nation, according to a new report from Brookings Mountain West. In general, the mountain states' large metro areas outperformed the nation as a whole in terms of economic growth in the quarter, with output growing by an average 1.1 percent from the previous quarter.” -Denver Business Journal | 1/13/15
Lenders Eased Standards
“Home-price appreciation and larger equity cushions have likely made some lenders more willing to allow certain borrowers to take cash out, while still low mortgage rates may make this a more attractive opportunity for some. Housing analysts are optimistic that lenders are showing signs of loosening up the tight credit that has sidelined many potential buyers in recent years. Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae's latest move ushers back in loans with 3 percent down payments, which some expect to be a boon for attracting more first-time home buyers to the market.” -Daily Real Estate News | 12/16/14
Denver poised for increase in baby boomer home sales
“Denver is already a prime place for retirement, and now the National Association of Realtors says that the area is among the 10 most likely to see an influx of baby boomers buying homes. NAR researched 100 metro areas nationwide with lower state taxes, strong job markets and strong in-migration patterns for baby boomers to determine that Denver will be one of the most popular markets for home buying baby boomers. The area's low tax rate relative to others and abundant recreational activities make it a popular place for baby boomers.” -Denver Business Journal | 12/10/14
The Weather Outside is Changing... Again
One of the best aspects of Colorado living is the variety between seasons and even during seasons. As we gaze forward to the upcoming spring and summer months it is easy to become accustomed to the warm, sunny days and gentler nights. However, we all know that the weather can change quickly, especially on the front range of the Rockies in Denver.
March is the Snowiest Month in Denver
It’s hard to believe after so many nice days that we are probably going to get more snow. As it gets warm, then cold, then warm again the added moisture will certainly guarantee one thing, mud! Your children, pets, and even your spouse will eventually bring some into the house, so be prepared. During this transitional time keep a couple of old towels handy near the doors. This way you can quickly wipe up messes before they find their way to the nooks and crannies of your home, and cut down on those loving motherly gazes.
Carpet swatches make great stepping stones for your children as they make their way inside after a full day of playing. Put these in strategic areas and allow them to remove their shoes and muddied clothing before they enter into the home. On very wet days, hang a bath robe by the door so they have something to cover up with if the need arises.
Did you Miss some Leaves Last Fall?
As the snow melts away you may notice that there are some leaves left from last November’s chore list. While the snow kept them out of mind, now is the perfect time to rake them up and prepare your yard. The added moisture from the snow melt, and the snow that is destined to come, will help give your lawn a healthy start. The leftover leaves will keep your grass from soaking in the warm sunshine, so the best place for them is in the compost pile or ready for pickup. Try to get this task done before the next snowfall and remember doing it now, means concentrating on other more enjoyable tasks later.
Get those Bikes Ready
Take advantage of Denver’s March snows to get the bikes ready. Check brakes, tires, chains, and fit. Your kids probably have grown a bit since the last ride so now is the time to makes everything is and fits including their helmets. If you are unsure what needs to be done, many local bike shops offer tune-ups so you can be ready to hit one of the amazing paths in Denver this summer. The best part is, the snow melts fast and you could be ready to go before the end of the day.
Have Fun Regardless of the Temperature
One thing is for certain, summer is coming. So don’t just endure the heat – cold – heat cycle of this month, get out and enjoy all of it. Don’t put away that winter gear yet; there is still time for one more snowman, sled run or snow angel. For now, enjoy the variety that makes Denver one of the most special places on earth, and find a way to enjoy whatever the weather brings us.
If United States history depended on Hollywood, we would be led to believe that only white people settled the west. As African American History Month comes to a close, Denver stands at the ready to provide ample avenues to learn what an important role African Americans played in the westward migration and the settling of Colorado, specifically.
Black American West Museum
On California Street, right in the heart of Denver, the Black American West Museum highlights the roles African Americans played as miners, soldiers, cowboys, school teachers, lawmen and much more. The museum is actually located in the former home of the first black woman doctor in Colorado! Of the large collection of photographs and artifacts, one of the exhibits that stands out it the one focused on Dearfield (once a bustling Black pioneer town founded in 1910). It is now a ghost town, but the museum owns most of the site and gives tours!
Five Points Neighborhood/Welton Street Historic District
The Five Points Neighborhood became a landmark in 2002. Among the historic places nestled in this traditionally African American neighborhood is the Welton Street Historic District (one the epicenter of African American commerce during segregation). Though doubtful to rival New Orleans or Kansas City, the Welton Street Historic District was known nationally for jazz in Denver, winning it the name “Harlem of the West.” To stroll down the streets and take in the amazing architecture, visit: http://www.fivepointsbiz.org/history-culture
Stiles African American Heritage Center
Why not spend the whole weekend exploring the Five Points Neighborhood! The Stiles African American Heritage Center offers memorabilia, guided tours and cultural exhibits. To further support their mission to “teach African American history and to encourage young people to go forward with dignity and pride,” the Stiles African American Heritage Center often offers lectures and workshops. While you’re already in the Five Points area visit the Stiles African American Heritage Center.
Blair Caldwell Library
Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library is a “typical library,” but then offers amazing exhibits on the art, music, history and politics of African Americans in Colorado. From the pervious information, obviously the Five Points neighborhood is showcased as are Denver’s first African American arrivals. Probably the best feature of this library is the African American Leadership Gallery. You’ll be able to learn about the unsung heroes in our Black history. To learn more about the resources at this amazing library, visit: https://history.denverlibrary.org/blair
Barney Ford House Museum
Barney Ford was born to a slave in 1882 Virginia. Ford escaped slavery traveling the Underground Railroad and made it all the way to Breckenridge! There he became a civic leader, businessman and black rights activist. This museum is homage to a history maker, built in a Victorian home like the one the Ford family lived in. To learn more about this amazing man, take a drive to Breckenridge, and visit: http://breckheritage.com/barney-ford-victorian-home/
We’re All Together
One of the best aspects about living in Denver is the diversity of so many cultures and peoples. This vibrant city was built by people of all races, religions and dreams. We love living in a city and state that exemplifies the American dream. Let’s continue to make this one of the best places on earth.
Start Preparing for Your Move Today!
Congratulations! You have finally found the home of your dreams, but now you must start the arduous tasks of preparing for the big day. While the idea of packing may seem daunting, planning ahead will make it easier and add to the excitement of a new home. So, before you start collecting boxes from the supermarket and hoarding tape you will want to take some time to remove the excess and unwanted items.
Do You Really Need This, or That?
Now’s your chance, take it. Are there a few pieces of furniture, art or unopened boxes from your last move that you’ve been considering getting rid of? Now may be the best opportunity you have to let those items go. Before you do anything walk through your home and look at what you have and decide what you can and can’t live without. Some people carry colored sticky notes and place them on the items they are considering not taking. You could use pink notes for items that definitely won’t make the cut and yellow for items that you might not want any longer. You may be surprised how many things you have that you really don’t need.
Call for a Donation Pick-Up
There are several charities that offer pick up of items you want to donate. In many cases it is easier to have someone come get your old furniture rather than going through the trouble and hassles of having a garage sale. Often the tax benefits outweigh the amount of money you can make selling your old furniture. Organizers for Charity provides a list of some charities that will pick up your items making it much easier to say goodbye to the old college couch.
Recycle, Recycle, Recycle
As you go through you home put a box on each floor for recyclables. Although a collection of magazines and old papers can be nostalgic, there is no reason to move items you will throw away later. Start putting recyclable items in the boxes today. If you have school age children you may want to check with their school to see if they might want old magazines for art projects. Get rid of old cans, metal and glass. Many local scrap metal collectors will pick up for free as well if you have enough.
Don’t Pour Paint and Chemicals Down the Drain
You may find, while cleaning out the garage or hidden basement cabinets, a slurry of paint, chemicals and a bucket of some unidentifiable substance. This is not the time to debate whether or not it is OK to dump these down the drain. Not only is it dangerous to dispose of these items the wrong way, it is also against the law! DenverGov.org has a great resource site to help you find out what you can have picked up at your home and taken away.
Now that you have all the unwanted items from the home you will have a better idea of what needs to be moved or better yet, more items you may be able to give away. People are often astonished how much they can save in moving costs by cutting down the items. Sometimes there is enough to buy something brand new.
If you are still looking for your dream home or considering selling your current house, please give us a call at 303-991-9878 or contact us here. We are always happy to help.
Did you know the dome of the Colorado state capitol is plated with real 24K gold? We wish you all good health, good luck and much happiness this St. Patrick's day and always! Enjoy celebrating all March has to offer in this beautiful place we are lucky to call home.
Funny Final Four Round 1 (March 4)
"The Funny Final Four is a series of competitions starting with 4 teams made up of a captain, twelve New Talent comics, two alternates, and one National Touring Headliner. Every show, a different team will perform the funniest, most original show they can produce. (One year, one team did a Price is Right themed show.) And the judges are selected from the audience!" Learn more here.
Symphony at the Movies: West Side Story Presented by Arrow Electronics (March 7)
Experience Leonard Bernstein's musical masterpiece and electrifying score live, while the re-mastered film is shown in high definition with original vocals and dialogue. Click here to purchase tickets.
Lucky Laces 5K/10K & Little Leprechaun Fun Run (March 14)
Come join in the last race of the City Park Winter Running Series. There will be finisher's medals, food and drinks, music, kids activities, and much more! Learn more event details here!
St. Patrick's Day Parade (March 14)
The parade theme, Emerald Mile, is a tribute to Colorado’s Irish heritage, but also to the diverse background on a day when “Everyone is Irish.” The Denver St. Patrick’s Day Parade is unmatched this side of the Mississippi with an estimated 350,000 people lining the streets of the Mile High City for the celebration. For detailed information, click here.
Denver Home Show (March 20-22)
The Denver Home Show is the only place for you to experience what's new in Home, Remodeling, Home Decor, and More! You'll have the opportunity to meet more than 500 experts and experience thousands of products and services. Children 12 & Under: FREE. Learn more here.
Denver March Powwow (March 20-22)
The 41st Annual Denver March Powwow will be held at the Denver Coliseum. The three-day event is packed with singing, dancing, storytelling, food, art and more, ensuring a wonderful experience for everyone. Learn more here.
Mark Twain Tonight! (March 21)
"For more than 50 years, acclaimed actor Hal Holbrook has embodied Mark Twain live on stage in one of the most enduring performances in theatre history, bringing richness to the character far beyond the quoting of Twain's most memorable lines." Get tickets here.
USASA Nationals (March 27 - April 8)
The United States of America Snowboard and Freeski Association National Championship is the largest snowboard and freeskiing event in the nation welcoming top amateur athletes to compete for the title of National Champion! Click here for event details.
Hops + Handrails 2015: Beer Fest & Rail Jam (March 28)
Back for its third year, this event in Longmont brings the best Colorado has to offer in a family friendly winter wonderland loaded with snowboards and craft beer! There will be live music, a kid zone, local food/vendors, a 50 craft brewery fest and a 40+ high snowboard ram and rail jam competition! Learn event details here.
Prehistoric Planet: Walking with the Dinosaurs 3D (Now - June 4)
Travel alongside hundreds of plant-eating dinosaurs as they face the challenges of a changing world in Prehistoric Planet: Walking with Dinosaurs 3D. Based on scientific data, the digital dinosaurs come to life against the backdrop of modern Alaska, immersing you in a Cretaceous adventure where you will feel the rumble of these massive herds as they crossed vast landscapes 70 million years ago. Watch the preview here.