Doors Open Denver

Hanger 61 in 1959, courtesy of DenverInfill.com

Doors Open Denver this year is highlighting Modern and Mid-Century Architecture with:

MODERN ARCHITECTURE: 50’s & Beyond

FREE EVENT  April 16-17, 2011

Event Headquarters
Union Station, 1701 Wynkoop (located inside)
Open 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM

Be sure to click through the link to get not only a self-guided walking tour or to sign up for the guided tours!

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