It’s never been easier to explore Denver’s top cultural institutions. The Mile High Culture Pass grants you access to seven popular attractions—Clyfford Still Museum, Denver Art Museum, Denver Botanic Gardens, Denver Museum of Nature & Science, Denver Zoo, History Colorado Center, and the Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art—for one low price. “The Pass was designed to make it easy—and economical—for visitors to get out and see some of the city’s top attractions,” said Richard Scharf, president & CEO of Visit Denver (which created the pass), in a release. “[It’s] ideal for tourists or for locals who have friends and relatives visiting.”

How it works: The 7 Pass costs $52.80 and includes all of the above stops—but you only have five consecutive days to use it. The 3 Pass lets you pick three of the attractions for $25, and you have to use it in three consecutive days. You can buy the pass on the website or at the Denver Visitor Information Center (1600 California Street). The paper ticket is activated at your first stop.

Small print: The Pass does not include access to temporary exhibitions with an extra fee.

Bonus: Purchasers also receive 50 percent off on Denver B-cycle and discounted admission to the Molly Brown House Museum.

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