Free Denver Attractions for TBEX Delegates
TBEX delegates may use their bar-coded registration tickets for free or discounted admissions at a variety of Denver attractions, both before or after the convention. Click here for more information. http://tbexcon.com/us/tbex-in-denver/
Views of Denver
Free Organized Denver TBEX Tours on Thursday, June 14
Early arriving TBEX delegates may also want to join three special, curator-led, free tours in Denver on Thursday, June 14. Pre-registration is required for the Yves Saint Laurent tour. Click here to register. firstname.lastname@example.org
1:00 p.m. Tour: HISTORY AS YOU’VE NEVER SEEN IT BEFORE
The new $110 million History Colorado Center opened on April 28, 2012 as an experiential museum that makes history fun. Soar off Steamboat Spring’s Howelsen Hill on a ski jump simulator; adventure through a circa 1880s hard rock mine; or push a Jules Verne-like “Time Machine” over the Rockies. Whether you spend time with Chief Yellow Wolf, Kit Carson or Justina Ford, expect history like you’ve never seen or heard it before. www.historycoloradocenter.org
2:30 p.m. Tour: THE MOST FAMOUS ART COLLECTION YOU’VE NEVER HEARD OF
Clyfford Still is the most famous American artist that few people have ever heard of – until now. The new (opened Nov. 2011) Clyfford Still Museum celebrates the works of this revolutionary abstract expressionist in a stunning museum devoted exclusively to his art. Some 22 cities competed for the honor of owning this collection – come see why Denver won.
4:00 p.m. Tour: HIGH FASHION AT HIGH ALTITUDE
Direct from shows in Paris and Madrid, Yves Saint Laurent: The Retrospective is an exhibition featuring 200 of his vintage outfits, photographs, drawings, and films that illustrate the development of Saint Laurent’s style. The Denver Art Museum is the only U.S. venue for this panorama of 40 years of haute couture creativity. March 25 – July 8, 2012 www.denverartmuseum.org
8-11:00 p.m. Denver TBEX “After Hours” Reception at Wynkoop Brewing Company
TBEX delegates passing through Denver the day before the convention are invited to enjoy drink specials and appetizers with other delegates and early-arriving TBEX conference speakers at Colorado’s oldest and largest brewpub, the Wynkoop Brewing Company. Founded by current Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper (the first brewer to be elected as a state governor since Sam Adams), the Wynkoop is a Denver institution and is located in the center of LoDo, Denver’s hip historic district that is now home to 90 rooftop cafes, sports bars and brewpubs. TBEX delegates will gather in a reserved area on the second floor. www.wynkoop.com
HOTEL DEALS IN DENVER FOR TBEX DELEGATES
Four Seasons Hotel Denver, 1111 14th Street. Located downtown, just steps from the Denver Performing Arts Complex, this is one of Denver’s most beautiful hotels. www.fourseasons.com/denver TBEX OFFER: $175 media rate for King Superior room. Book through Dana Berry, email@example.com, 303-389-3132.
Hotel Teatro, 1100 14th Street. Denver’s intimate and most luxurious boutique hotel offers impeccable service with the finest touches in elegant surroundings. TBEX OFFER: $129 for superior; $159 for deluxe. www.hotelteatro.com Book through BrieAnn Fast, firstname.lastname@example.org, 303-819-8836.
The Oxford Hotel, 1600 17th Street, Luxury boutique hotel in downtown Denver’s historic LoDo. Spa, salon, compete fitness center, the legendary Cruise Room and McCormick’s Fish House and Bar. www.theoxfordhotel.com TBEX OFFER: $150 per night. Book through Julie Dunn, Julie@dunncommunications.com 303-522-2659.
The Ritz-Carlton Denver, 1881 Curtis Street. Denver’s largest guest rooms feature luxury linens, HD/LCD TVs and oversized tubs. Highlights include Elway’s Downtown signature restaurant, the Ritz-Carlton Spa and access to FORZA Fitness Club. www.ritzcarlton.com TBEX OFFER: $150 per night. Book through Allyson Fredeen, Allyson.email@example.com 303-332-4515.
Cherry Creek Shopping District
JW Marriott, 150 Clayton Lane. Heart of Cherry Creek shopping district featuring award-winning Second Home restaurant and newly renovated guest rooms, lobby and fitness area. www.jwmariottdenver.com TBEX OFFER: $129 per night. Book through Julie Dunn, Julie@dunncommunications.com 303-522-2659.
LODGING NEAR DENVER
TBEX TICKET IS GOOD FOR 25% DISCOUNT ON LODGING at the Hotel Chateau Chamonix in Georgetown, CO (Good for the nights of June 17th and 18th only). (Mention TBEX when making reservations and present your printed TBEX ticket and a business card at check-in)
ATTRACTIONS NEAR DENVER
Georgetown Loop Railroad
TBEX TICKET IS GOOD FOR ONE FREE RIDE (Please present your printed TBEX ticket and a business card at ticket window.)
Mile Hi Rafting
TBEX TICKET IS GOOD TOWARDS:
RAFTING: A beginner ‘Sure Shot’ rafting trip for $30–includes all the gear–just need swim wear for under the provided wet suit and a pair of tennis shoes.‘Sure Shot’ beginner-rafting trip: Begin with passing by the historic Charlie Taylor Water Wheel experiencing Class II rapids (ripples). While rafting through Historic Idaho Springs the Class III rapids of Castle Falls and Argo Holes test your newly developed rafting skills. Below town history and nature abound, with the occasional sighting of Retail Hawk, Deer, Fox, Bob Cat, Lynx, Elk, and Big Horn Sheep. Dizzy Lizzy, Power Line, Mountain Lion, and Box prepare us for the grand finale of Mr. Twister! The perfect beginner—starting with Class II water so you can practice, and then the Class III rapids. There is a 50 pound minimum for rafting to insure proper fit of the life jacket. Allow 3 hours for the trip.
ATV: A 2-hour ATV Tour for $99 save $24
DINING NEAR DENVER
The Buffalo Restaurant
TBEX TICKET IS GOOD FOR BUY ONE GET ONE FREE DINING AFTER 5:00pm. (Show TBEX registration and business card)
Individual Denver Story Help
The PR team from VISIT DENVER is anxious to help TBEX delegates with any individual Denver story requests. For assistance, please email our PR team.
Important Note: These offers are subject to change. Check back often to see the most current activities being offered.
Images courtesy of the Denver CVB, YSL Denver/Denver Art Museum and the Clyfford Still Museum