Lower Downtown, shortened to LoDo by locals is Denver's oldest neighborhood. Many historic buildings and streets reside in LoDo like Larimer Square and Union Station and Denver sports fans know it is home to Coors Field. Some of the cities most well-known shops, restaurants and hotels can be found in LoDo, many reside in original historic buildings.In contrast to the neighborhoods storied past, the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver is located in LoDo and it is nothing if not modern. Lodo provides its residents with beautiful, rich history everywhere you look but it also has a fresh energy that draws in locals and tourists alike.
Many are drawn to dine in LoDo for the combination of delicious food and unique atmosphere. Restaurants in Larimer Square have been beautifully restored in buildings that date back to the 1800s,dining spots in Union Station are not only abundant but local favorites and 16th Street Mall features many well loved restaurants. Several other great dining options can be found in LoDo, it's a fun neighborhood to explore and try new cuisine, you will find the exactly what you are craving in LoDo.
Lower Downtown may be lacking in traditional outdoor space, but don't be fooled, you'll spend a lot of time walking and exploring this neighborhood you may feel like you are in a city park! If you are looking for a fun, urban park, check out Confluence Park, a spot where you can kayak and sun bathe right in the city!
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