Stop by the Arvada Visitors Center to get advice on where to shop, eat, play, and live in Denver’s prime northwest suburban community. The Visitors Center, located at 7305 Grandview Avenue in the heart of Historic Olde Town, is accessible all year and contains hundreds of pamphlets and other resources to assist you in planning your visit to Colorado’s eighth largest city. The Arvada Visitors Center is a non-profit organization that promotes tourism in the community. It is located at 7305 Grandview Avenue in Historic Olde Town Arvada. All things Arvada may be found here in one convenient location.
We look forward to welcoming you to our city if you plan on visiting us in the near future. Take a look around at our world-class restaurants and businesses, as well as our 150+ miles of magnificent outdoor trails and open spaces, as well as our distinct sense of community that makes Arvada a must-see when visiting Colorado.
Colorado’s eighth largest city, Arvada is located just nine miles from the state’s capital city, Denver, and is a convenient stopover for other Colorado gems such as Golden, Boulder, and other nearby towns and cities. Additionally, our long and illustrious past includes the first gold find, the Colorado Central Railroad, and even being known as “The Celery Capital of the World” at one point. Arvada is a short drive from the mountains, where you can go skiing, riding, and enjoy other activities.
The city of Arvada also provides convenient access to off-street parking, or better yet, leave your car at home and take the G-Line Commuter Rail for a traffic-free journey!
Do you want a more distinctive shopping experience? Take a look at some of the state’s smaller and more historic shopping spots to find one-of-a-kind treasures. While you shop, you’ll be able to take advantage of the fresh air, mountain views, and abundant Colorado sunshine.
It has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1980, and it includes the city’s oldest commercial section, which is called the Downtown Boulder Historic District. Boulder, Colorado, restricted a portion of Pearl Street to all automotive traffic in 1976 and built an open-air pedestrian plaza in its place. The mall was the recipient of a national prize for urban environmental design in 1980. Along the brick walkways of this college town are craft brewers, cafes, and restaurants, as well as a boutique design and clothing stores as well as outdoor stores, and other intriguing companies.