Winter in Denver can be a time where we either hibernate in our homes, or escape to the mountains. But Denver is thriving with unique and interesting things to do all winter long. So to inspire you and your friends and loved ones to get out and try something new, we want to share 10 unique things that are happening in Denver this month. Whether you enjoy imbibing on local spirits or are intrigued at the prospect of watching cartoons from your childhood at a local brewery, we've got you covered this month. And there is plenty of fun for the whole family in this list!

10 Things To Do In Denver This Month

  1. Discover the Final Frontier

    Where: Wings Over the Rockies Museum
    When: Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm  Sunday 12pm-5pm
    How Much: FREE with cost of admission
    What: The Be The Astronaut creates an engaging exhibit that teaches STEM-based content through the use of interactive games and simulations.
  2. Watch Saturday Morning Cartoons

    Where: Grandma's House
    When: Saturdays, 12pm
    How Much: FREE!
    What: Let nostalgia take over your Saturday afternoons as you watch cartoons from your childhood, while enjoying a very adult beverage. Grandma's House is a fun brewery located on Denver's Antique Row. (you can even wear your pajamas!)
  3. Attend the Hearts & Trails Spirit Tasting

    Where: Mile High Station
    When: Saturday, February 24th 3pm-7pm
    How Much: $50-75
    What: A celebration launching the Colorado Spirits Trail, a collective map which will guide you through the craft distilleries of Colorado.
  4. Experience Campfire Jams

    Where: Bovine Metropolis Theater
    When: February 7, 21, 28, March 7 at 7:30pm
    How Much: $10 online, $12 at the door
    What: A blend of improv, comedy, truth and music
  5. Watch STOMP

    Where: Buell Theater, Denver
    When: February 13-18
    How Much: Starting at $25
    What: The international percussion sensation has garnered armfuls of awards and rave reviews and has appeared on numerous national television shows. The eight-member troupe uses everything but conventional percussion instruments – matchboxes, wooden poles, brooms, garbage cans, Zippo lighters, hubcaps – to fill the stage with magnificent rhythms.
  6. Attend Denver Restaurant Week

    Where: Various restaurants in Denver
    When: February 23 - March 4
    How Much: $25-$45 per person
    What: A 10-day celebration of Denver's local dining scene, featuring hundreds of restaurants offering multi-course meals.
  7. Try to get out of an Escape Room

    Where: Solutions Lounge & Restaurant
    When: Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 11:30am-10pm Friday & Saturday 11:30am-midnight
    How Much: $30
    What: Whether you feel like solving the Cuban Missile Crisis or finding the antidote to the TS-51 virus, you have to solve a puzzle to escape the room. There are seven unique puzzles to choose from and you can bring 2-6 people along with you.
  8. Attend a 70s-themed Valentine's Day Party

    Where: Poka Lola Social Club
    When: February 14th 4pm-12am
    How Much: FREE!
    What: A groovy 70s themed valentine's day party, with prizes going to the best costumes!
  9. Visit the Creatures of Light exhibit

    Where: Denver Museum of Nature & Science
    When: Exhibit opens February 23
    How Much: Free with cost of admission
    What: They light up our lives but have you ever wondered how? Delve in to the world of living things that blink, glow, flash, and flicker, from tiny fireflies to strange creatures in the ocean depths. he new exhibition Creatures of Light explores the mysterious world of bioluminescence and biofluorescence, visible light emitted by living things. This enlightening experience features larger-than-life models, engaging immersive environments, fun activities, and real animals, fungi, and minerals that get their glow on.
  10. Check out the brand new restaurant The Superfood Bar

    Where: 1541 Platte Street, Denver
    When: Monday-Saturday 8am-5pm
    How Much: varies
    What: This new restaurant is 100% vegan and gluten free and will inspire you to include more plant-based recipes into your daily routine!

What's on your calendar for the month?