7NEWS list of top 7 best things to do in Colorado

DENVER - Every weekend, 7NEWS compiles a list of some family friendly events you might enjoy.  Here are our picks of the 7 Best Things To Do this weekend!


Animal Connections: Our Journey Together

What: A FREE traveling Smithsonian exhibition that introduces visitors of all ages to the complex bond between humans and animals.

Where: Denver Pavilions

When: July 25-28

Admission: FREE

More Information: animalconnections.com



What: Revolutionary glass art exhibit by Dale Chihuly.  Informed by nature, Chihuly's dramatic works of art respond to many of the surrounding plants, flowers and architecture of the gardens they are in.

Where: Denver Botanic Gardens
When: June 14-Nov 30

Admission: Starting at $15

More Information: botanicgardens.org


Farmers Markets

What: Community markets which offer family friendly environments of food, booths, picnics, locally grown goodies and more.

Where: Colorado

When: June 15-Oct 12

Admission: FREE

More Information: coloradofarmers.org


Colorado Rockies Vs. Pittsburgh

What: Baseball game in town this weekend!

Where: Coors Field

When: July 25-27

Admission: Starting at $10

More information: colorado.rockies.mlb.com

Union Station Grand Opening

What: Celebrate the grand opening of Denver's Historic Union Station with music, food, drink and family-friendly activities! 

Where: 17th & Wynkoop

When: July 26

Admission: FREE

More information: unionstationindenver.com


Final Friday Music Walk and Urban Bazaar

What: A monthly celebration of art and live music at the.  Outdoor stages, local artisan, food vendors and more. 

Where: River North Art District - RiNo

When: May-Aug. 29

Admission: $15

More information: finalfridaydenver.com


Cheesman Park Art Fest

What: A two day outdoor festival showcasing over 100 artists and craftsmen's work.  With art, live music and more the family-friendly event is open to all. 

Where: Cheesman Park

When: July 26-27

Admission: FREE

More information: dasheventsdenver.com

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