Stroll Around Town with Denver’s Old House Society

Denver’s Old House Society Announces Sidewalk Strolls, Fun City Jaunts!

Join Denver’s Old House Society as they walk, stroll and poke around five of the city’s beloved old neighborhoods to learn about architecture, newsworthy residents, building materials, and other interesting tidbits, current and past. Sidewalk stolls, which are guided walking tours, include time to visit over light refreshments in a park setting. Beginning in April and ending with an October tour with ghouls and ghosts, the tours offer an inexpensive and fun Denver home, hearth and history course. Tickets are $15 each or $60 for all five tours and can be purchased at King Soopers stores, City Market stores at select locations along I-70, or at


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