16th Street Mall - Pedestrian Mall
Downtown Denver - take the light rail!
Don't let the grown ups fool you - is not a real mall - it is an outside place to walk around. There is people juggling though and food and they have Chess boards painted on the street and people can play chess. It is way more fun than a mall!
You can take a train or ride a free bus if you get tired of walking!
16th Street was established in the late 80s as a Pedestrian district - the Mall was born and ushered in the revitalization of Downtown Denver. The refurbished Paramount Theatre and Café are the cornerstone of the Mall - full of fancy shops and gourmet hole in the wall food places - there is excitement and activity going on year round.
This particular mall has something for everyone. I found clothes for my preteen son Adam and clothing for my other son who is a toddler. Plus, I love Victoria's Secret, so there was even a store to keep me happy.
About a mile and a half, there is plenty of city to see as you are entering or exiting the different stores. The pedestrian mall ends in the LODO (Lower Downtown district) with plenty of activities to be had! (See LODO page)
During the wintertime, with snow covering the city, lanterns lit up, and Christmas decking in full bloom it will bring cheer to the most scrooged of your group! A regular tradition!
16th St. Denver, Colorado 80202
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16TH STREET FREE MALL RIDE
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