You can find great options in this wonderful city. The ice rink at Skyline Park opens its doors in the winter. It's free and open to the public and has the option where you can take your own equipment or rent a pair of skates at minimal cost. Furthermore, the Golden Triangle Neighbourhood, with over 30 innovative art galleries, shows the work of nationally recognised talents on the first Friday of every month. You can do a tour of the galleries, for example the William Havu and the Walker Fine Art, which are very interesting to visit.
The Colorado State Capitol, modelled after the Capitol building in Washington DC, is an impressive building adorned with stained glass windows depicting events and important people in Colorado's history. It has a spiral staircase with 99 steps that lead to an outdoor terrace with amazing views of the city skyline and the Rocky Mountains. The Corinthian-style building offers temporary exhibitions and free visits by appointment. In the Confluence Park you can do many outdoor activities for free. The park is an impressive green space located at the nexus of Cherry Creek and the South Platte River, west of the centre of Denver. You can go splash-kayaking, surfing, go on a ride through the rapids, go bike riding, skating or walking, have a picnic on the grass and even watch the summer outdoor concerts.