Planning home spruce-ups or fix-ups, or yard or garden makeovers? The Denver Home Show at the National Western Complex runs Friday to Sunday, March 22 to 24 and is loaded with ideas, advice and inspiration. More than 400 exhibitors, vendors, seminars and demonstrations can be real motivators. Here’s a taste of what to expect at this year’s show:
Get advice from landscaper and handyman James Cameron, of Man Caves and Desperate Landscapes on the DIY Network.
Expand your living space and take it outside with inspiration from Backyard Wars for the latest trends in outdoor living. Some incredible local landscapers will use their design prowess and battle it out for the best backyard space. Bragging rights and prizes are at stake for these backyard warriors.
Whether you’re looking to conserve space or go green, you’ll find all sorts of ideas in the Small Space & Sustainability Hall. Tiny homes, small patios, energy alternatives and green building choices will be set to impress.
Future DIYers can take part in a Home Depot Kid’s Workshop and build a wooden masterpiece.
And the Ikebana Denver Chapter Sogetsu School returns to the show will more than 40 different flower arrangements on display. Learn how to create your own with a hands-on workshop.
While adult tickets are $11, if you buy in advance online you get 50% off and pay just $5.50 per ticket using our special promo code CHEAP. (The link should automatically change the price, but if it doesn’t then type in the promo code for the discount). Children 12 and under enter for FREE.
Parking will also cost you $10 at the National Western Complex,
All military and first responders receive FREE admission with valid ID on Friday, March 22. All teachers receive FREE entrance with a valid teacher ID on Sunday, March 24.
Show hours are Friday & Saturday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 4655 Humboldt St. (exit I-70 at Brighton), Denver.