Whether you are looking for information on Denver prior to buying homes, ranches, or Denver lofts, a good place to start once you reach the city is one a Denver Information Center. In an effort to be as visitor-friendly as possible, the city maintains three separate facilities that provide data about events, activities, and the many attractions that Colorado life can offer.
The first center is conveniently located in the Denver International Airport. As you exit your flight, the Visitor Information center is located in the airport's main terminal. After you exit the concourse trains, look for the fountain; the center is just north of it. Here, hundreds of brochures are available to guide you to city attractions. The center also offers city maps free of charge.
If you need more information once you are in the city, the Downtown Visitor Information Center is the best option. Located in the center of downtown where 16th crosses California Street, the staff here are knowledgeable about local dining and shopping venues. They can also help you learn how to best get around using the city's public transportation system. A Ticketmaster booth can assist with event tickets. The downtown center is open every day of the week during the summer season and on weekdays in the winter.
A third Visitor Information Center is located inside the Colorado Convention Center, an ideal location for those who come to Denver on business and are considering relocation. Look for the center near the convention center's entrance on 14th Street.