Berkeley Regis United Neighbors
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Cultural Arts District
Every first Friday of the month Berkeley hosts one of the best Art Walks in Colorado. Every gallery along Tennyson Street opens its doors to hordes of art gazers in search of wine, cheese, and inspiration! The art walks serve as the perfect opportunity to grab dinner and drinks with some friends and immerse yourselves in some of the best cultural arts found in Colorado.
Historic Elitch Gardens Theater
Currently under renovation, the Historic Elitch Gardens Theater opened in 1890 and was home to the first movies shown in Denver in the early 20th century. It was frequented by many of the day’s greatest actors, and because of the large volumes of people it drew it played a significant role in building the Berkeley neighborhood you see today. Click here to learn more about the renovation project and volunteer!
Lakeside Amusement Park
Lakeside arose in 1908 in contention with Elitch Gardens where alcoholic beverages were not permitted. Lakeside offered alcohol and thrill rides- an obvious draw for people all over Colorado and yet another great contribution to the Berkeley neighborhood. Lakeside still opens its gates to thrill-seekers every year from May to September. Click here for more information on hours and ticket prices.
The Horseshoe Market is described as “Denver’s premiere indie craft vintage market.” Since 2010 the Horseshoe Market has been hosted around the Berkeley-Denver area every season. You can find all things vintage, art, design, food, DIY at the market and much, much more! Click here for info on the next Horshoe Market and how you can become a part of it all!
- Cesar Chavez Park
- Berkeley Park
- Rocky Mountain Lake Park
- Berkeley Gardens Elementary School
- Cesar Chavez Academy Denver
- Centennial Elementary
- Arrupe Jesuit High School
- Regis Jesuit University
- St. Catherine of Sienna Catholic School