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Yelp Users' Picks for Denver's Ten Weirdest Attractions


Yelp has become an indispensable online resource — and an entertaining one, too, since users have such widely varied opinions.

For proof, look no further than the Yelp-generated roster of weird attractions in Denver.

Some of the items in the top ten are indeed weird — but plenty of them don't strike us as bizarre in the slightest.

What do you think? Find out by perusing the photo-illustrated picks that rose above the rest, featuring a sample comment for each. For more Yelp-y weirdness in Denver, click here.


Number 10: The 1up

Northwest, Lodo
1925 Blake St
Denver, CO 80202
Phone number (303) 779-6444

Top comment: "Way cheaper than I thought. Overall a fun night. It started getting crowded between 10 and 11...when some weird guys were being judgmental toward those playing Skee Ball...."

Number 9: 13th Floor Haunted House

4120 Brighton Blvd
Denver, CO 80216
Phone number (303) 355-3327

Top comment: "Apparently this rumor got started several years ago to attract people to go to this haunted house. Honestly I don't see how that is an attraction, more like a diversion but whatever…."

Number 8: Soiled Dove Underground

Southeast
7401 E 1st Ave
Denver, CO 80230
Phone number (303) 366-0007

Top comment: "HOLY COW! I'd never heard of the Soiled Dove until my wife found out that Rosie Thomas was playing there a week ago (for $10 too). Really weird location for such a bad ass venue...."

Number 7: Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Northeast, City Park
2001 Colorado Blvd
Denver, CO 80205
Phone number (303) 370-6000

Top comment: "We were able to see the Lemurs of Madagascar, which was a treat! Buy a mwembership and get a 10-20 discount on attractions and tickets. So worth the money!…"

Number 6: Mayan Theatre

Southwest, Speer
110 Broadway
Denver, CO 80203
Phone number (303) 744-6799

Top comment: "After all, if I'm seeing a movie on a screen the size of my television, it seems weird to pay $10.50 a person. If this were a completely independent theater, that would be one thing,…"

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