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Published on May 03, 2021
May is National Preservation Month and Denver Community Planning and Development’s Landmark Preservation team is celebrating all month long. Established in 1973 by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, National Preservation Month aims to promote historic places and heritage tourism to demonstrate the social and economic benefits of historic preservation. Here are 10 fun and creative ways to celebrate Preservation Month in Denver:
Take a tour – in person or virtually
Stroll down main street
Explore a historic place
Find your park
Eat somewhere new in someplace old
Discover your home’s history
Get inspired by personal stories
Engage in statewide preservation
Teach the next generation
To discover even more ways to celebrate Preservation Month, follow Denver Landmark Preservation on Instagram (@denver_landmark) and look for the hashtag #PreservationMonth. For more information about Denver Landmark Preservation, visit denvergov.org/landmark.