Denver Today
First Recorded Photo of Denver 1860
Denver Private Tours
by Maverick Car Service


The Denver Tour is designed to last about two hours.  It is a driving tour designed to highlight Denver's history, monuments, public art and current affairs.  The price is for a downtown Denver pick-up.  The price will be adjusted based on mileage to originations outside of the downtown Denver area.  The price is per tour, not per passenger.  The capacity is seven passengers.  It is best to start in the morning, but I can accommodate a reservation time to meet your schedule.


One to Two Passengers         $160
Three Passengers                   $180
Four Passengers                     $200
Five Passengers                      $220
Six Passengers                        $240
Seven Passengers                  $260
  1. Start Near Confluence Park
    Start Near Confluence Park
    This is where Denver started. This photo (provided by The Denver Public Library) is the the confluence of the South Platte River and Cherry Creek, pre-Denver. The area was a gathering place of Cheyenne and Arapahoe tribes.
  2. Drive Through Downtown Denver, Surrounding Neighborhods
    Drive Through Downtown Denver, Surrounding Neighborhods
    We will start at Denver's most historic downtown, drive by and discuss the city's monuments and landmarks.
  3. Denver's Public Art
    Denver's Public Art
    We will drive by some of Denver's more prominent public art.
  4. Hidden Tunnels Under Denver Streets
    Hidden Tunnels Under Denver Streets
    Not many people are aware of what is underneath Denver's streets. This is a hidden hint. Why has Denver bricked off ancient tunnels underneath the city. Rumors of ghosts to bad behavior explain legends underneath Denver.
  5. Modern Denver
    Modern Denver
  6. RiNo Public Street Art
    RiNo Public Street Art
    Denver's River North neighborhood, a.k.a., "RiNo" has very few brick walls that have not been painted by local artists. We will drive through the very popular RiNo district with it's ever changing street art.
  7. Colorado State Capitol
    Colorado State Capitol
The Confluence Park today.  The same setting as the picture to the left, over 160 years later.
Mile High Measurements
Red Rocks Amphitheater Ride in the vehicle to the top or walk up the 393 steps like the locals do for exercise.
Mount Evans:  This tour does NOT include a drive to the top of Mount Evans.  For an extra fee we can include it.  The road is only open a limited time in the summer.

  1. "Broncho Buster"
    "Broncho Buster"
  2. Curry-Chucovich House
    Curry-Chucovich House