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Public Transportation in Denver?

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Hello,

My wife and I will be traveling to Colorado in October. We will be staying in Denver for about five days of our trip and our hotel will be downtown. In order to save on parking fees and to avoid the hassle of having a rental car in Denver, we were thinking about not getting the car until we leave Denver for more rural areas. How is the public transportation in Denver? Please respond with options and approximate costs, if possible. Would it be reasonable to rely on public transportation the whole time we are in Denver? Some of the places that we are considering visiting in Denver are:

Lower Downtown area (LoDo)
Mount Evans
Denver Museum of Nature & Science
Coors Field
Denver Mint
Denver Zoo
Botanic Gardens
Denver Art Museum
Brown Palace

Thank you in advance for your responses!

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