DENVER - Denver wants you to see some of its best museums and attractions for a discount.
The Mile High Culture Pass lets residents and visitors see three attractions for $25 or all seven participating attractions for $52.80.
The only drawback? You have to use the three attraction passes over three consecutive days and the seven attraction pass over five consecutive days. That means the pass is a good deal when you've got a few days off and when you've got visitors in town that you want to explore with.
The pass is good for the Denver Zoo, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, the Denver Art Museum, the Denver Botanic Gardens, the Clyfford Still Museum, the new History Colorado Center and the Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art.
General admission tickets to the Denver Art Museum ($10 for adult residents, $14 for adult visitors), Denver Zoo ($15 adults) and Denver Museum of Nature & Science ($13 adults) would cost about $38 for adults, so the 3-day pass saves you $13.
The pass includes discounts on admission to the Byers-Evans House Museum, Denver Firefighters Museum, Molly Brown House Museum and 50 percent off Denver b-cycle bike sharing program.
Learn more: http://www.denver.org/what-to-do/culturepass
Thanks to Deborah Park at Visit Denver for this tip. If you see a restaurant I missed, e-mail Debbie (Debbie@thedenverchannel.com).