The Mile High City’s creative neighborhoods are home to more than 100 galleries. Discover local artists, find out about First Friday Art Walks, exhibition openings and where to shop for original art. The Denver Gallery Guide features photos, links to websites, maps, and that’s just the beginning. Get out and explore and be inspired by the Mile High City.
Navajo Street Arts District has been the center of Denver's alternative arts scene for more than 25 years launching and advancing some of the state's top artists.
Art District on Santa Fe is an historic, multicultural neighborhood featuring the largest concentration of art galleries in Denver.
Through partnerships with design, business professionals, artists and students, Belmar Block 7 has been created to serve as the center for a synergy of artists and designers in the Denver art community.
Cherry Creek North Art District is home to galleries featuring photography, fine art and crafts throughout the 16-block shopping and dining district.
Downtown/LoDo galleries enjoy being located within the pedestrian-friendly shopping and sight-seeing areas of Downtown Denver and Lower Downtown Historic District.
Located in an urban neighborhood, is an eclectic business and entertainment district at the center of historic Colfax Avenue where edgy meets entrepreneurial and independent meets community.
Golden Triangle Museum District is committed to "the art of living with art" boasting eight museums, galleries, open studios and several of Denver's civic and cultural institutions.
River North Art District (RiNo) is "where art is made" and home to some of Denver's most innovative art-focused businesses.
Tennyson Street Cultural District is located in historic northwest Denver and features a wide array of family-friendly cultural experiences, galleries, live theaters, creative businesses, restaurants and unique venues.
South Denver includes galleries along eclectic Broadway and in some of Denver's most charming commercial districts of South Pearl and Old South Gaylord Streets.