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The 16th Street Mall is a pedestrian and transit mall in Denver, Colorado. The mall, 1.25 miles (2 kilometers) long, runs along 16th Street in downtown Denver, from Wewatta Street (at Union Station) to the intersection of 16th Avenue and Broadway (at Civic Center Station). The intricate granite stone sidewalks and streets were designed by architect I.M Pei to resemble the scale pattern of the Western Diamondback Rattlesnake. It is home to over 300 locally owned/chain stores, over 50 restaurants, and the Denver Pavilions.
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Fun place if you are bored and not from around Denver to just walk around. You can park at the Davita building for cheap on Saturday and Sunday. You can also get the bus for free up and down it. Park at the Davita building and then walk down. Then take the bus back. Also there is a great farmers market at the station.
Fun place! It can be a bit pricey, but the artists featured in the stores and the unique things you can purchase in a lot of the stores are truly awesome. Definitely a must visit if you've never been! Definitely take a decent amount of money with you, as you're going to want quite a few things you see. Be sure to grab some local snacks while you're there.
Fun place to spend your time for at least a few hours. Good array of shops along with souvenir shops and various restaurants. It's mostly family friendly. Parking is a bit of a task but not as bad as other big cities. There are various parking lots around which usually have parking. You can also use spot hero to find parking for cheaper than advertised at the location.
Interesting concept for a mall. I'm from Florida so pretty much all shopping in done inside in the a/c but Denver is like "whatever let's try something different". So the mall is actually a long strip of stores on the main road. You can walk it but there are shuttles running every couple minutes that will drop you off at any store front available. There are stores for people with deep pockets and those on a budget. Also there are several street performers. Fun place to people watch.
It's a fun strip to walk down. So much to look at and do. We walked around at night time and it was nice a cool. The lights give it a neat feel.
No shopping. It's just bars bars and did I say bars. You can only walk around for so long. And I'm not a big drinker. Bring back all the great stores that were down there. And stop taking all the tables and chairs.
Great times! Way more fun at night than daytime and I never have any problems finding parking on the street nearby. The bus can get crowded at times but no complaints since it's free. Street food is good, atmosphere is lively, always a good date spot.
16th Street Mall is an outdoor mall that runs along one street. It's quite long, so the complimentary bus is very useful (especially on a hot day). Although it's a long street with many different shops, I would only go here to get what I need and leave. I would not suggest this place to stroll around or go window shopping. There are some cool things to do around and some decent shops, as long as you know what you're looking for.
Interesting concept for a mall. I'm from Florida so pretty much all shopping in done inside in the a/c but Denver is like "whatever let's try something different". So the mall is actually a long strip of stores on the main road. You can walk it but there are shuttles running every couple minutes that will drop you off at any store front available. There are store for people with deep pockets and those on a budget. Also there are several street performers. Fun place to people watch.
There is a bus that takes you all the way through this street for free!! It's a great place to buy souvenirs related to Denver! Simply Colorado is one of the best stores over there. I really recommend it for turists!!
Great place to hang out! This is an outside mall with all of your favorite pit stops. If you just wanna get out of the house and stretch your legs, this mall is perfect! There are horse drawn carriages available in the winter, free public transit through the mall if you walk too far down, and the crowd is maneuverable. Overall great place to go for shopping and leisure activities.
Cool, hip, edgy and full of electric energy. These are of course euphemisms for a place that is really dirty, dangerous and infested with panhandlers, homeless and people who are stoned out of their minds. If this is your thing, then you'll love the new L.A., the new San Francisco and Chicago. Myself, I like a shopping experience to be clean, safe and fun. I have felt safer in the back alleys of Bangkok.
This was a very cool part of Denver To see. It is about 15 blacks of nothing but retail and restaurants and bars, there is a free bus that you can get on and off that stops at every block which is very nice once you start collecting bags. It's like Michigan Avenue in Chicago, but the street is blocked off to cars so it is only foot traffic and the bus.
Super clean nice with lots of options and parking in the basement. The theater is one of the best in town plus arcade bars and shopping. The security is really good at this location. The only real negative is the escalators are constantly broken down or in a state of repair. It's worth it purely for the views to see once.