A host of cities worldwide have walking tours of their city core and most popular neighborhoods. Now Denver joins the list with Denver Free Walking Tours. The two hour FREE tours start in Civic Center Park, wind through downtown past more than a dozen of Denver’s distinctive landmarks (including the State Capitol, U.S. Mint, and Union Station, and end in front of Coors Field. That’s about a 1.8 mile route. Guides introduce residents and visitors to the art, culture, history and architecture that make Denver unique. Tours operate every day, except for a few holidays, at 10 a.m. rain, shine or snow. Everything is wheelchair and stroller accessible and tours are geared to both adults and children, so the entire family can participate. While tours are free, tipping is encouraged if you have a great experience. No reservations are required. Simply meet your guide (who can be spotted wearing a bright green shirt) at the Veterans Memorial in Civic Center Park at 10 a.m.