Tours of Denver 

All tours will leave from the Colorado Convention Center. Tours can be reserved as part of the registration process and are non-refundable.


Denver City Tour

Saturday, November 19 | 1 PM – 3:30 PM | $45

Experience two sides of Denver—historic western town and thriving modern city—all on the same tour! From the hotel, head through some of Denver’s historic residential areas like City Park, Capitol Hill and LoDo (Lower Downtown), and some of Denver's up and coming neighborhoods like LoHi (Lower Highland) and RiNo (River North). Attendees can take pictures from the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, overlooking City Park and the Denver Skyline and the Rocky Mountains.


Morning Yoga

Saturday, November 19 | 7 AM - 8 AM | $45

Morning Vinyasa and flow yoga honors individuals' energetic levels earlier in the morning. This 1-hour class allows you to arrive and enjoy quiet stillness, warm up and energize the body, and leave class ready to enter the rest of your day with vitality and equanimity. Mats will be provided as well as 2 instructors to ensure movement support and guidance. Morning Yoga will take place at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, Agate C.


Historic Haunted Denver Tour

Sunday, November 20 | 3 PM - 5 PM | $35

Venture into the heart of one of Denver’s oldest neighborhoods—and hear many of the city’s spookiest ghost stories as you visit its supposedly haunted landmarks—on this small-group walking tour. You’ll explore the historical Capitol Hill neighborhood, where you can see highlights like Titanic survivor Molly Brown’s house, creepy hotels, apartment blocks, and more.


Sacred Sites Tour

Monday | November 21 | 1 PM - 5 PM | $40

A mile high and just east of the Rocky Mountains, Denver grew from a mining town into a hub of the American west. It drew Chinese and European immigrants, African Americans, and the Ku Klux Klan. Our tour will visit sites reflecting this history of cultural change and reinvention. We will aim to go to Denver Community Church, which worships in a former synagogue, the International Church of Cannabis, and the former Bethany Lutheran Church, which was decolonized to become the home of the Four Winds American Indian Council. Transportation will be by bus. 

The Sacred Sites Tour will be led by David Bains, Samford University and Daniel Sack, Washington, DC.