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What to see/do in Denver Sept 25-29?

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DD2 and I will be visiting Denver this week to see DD1 who lives near Washington Park. I have been to Denver 6-7 times and have seen most of the sites, but this is first trip for DD1. We will have Thurs and Fri to ourselves as DD2 works and on Sat are planning to do a day trip to the mountains. We are disappointed we could not get reservations to see the US Mint. Any suggestions on places to take DD2?

Was thinking of the Denver Art Musuem, Botanic Gardens (will the weather be nice?), 16th St. Mall area, Cherry Creek, the Science msuuem, Natural History Musuem. Any other thoughts? DD2 is 22, still a college student, into art and creative pursuits.

Any breakfast, lunch or dinner recommendations? DD1 is gluten free, vegetarian and we want some regular food, if you know what I mean, so we are planning to go out, so as not to offend her. Thanks!

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