DOD Archival Tour: Dairy Block

August 30 through October 17, 2021

Doors Open Denver Archival Tour: Dairy Block

Tour guide: Julie Dunn, Public Relations for Dairy Block

About the tour: Learn about the history, design concepts and locally-curated artwork at one of Denver’s hottest micro-districts, Dairy Block. Dairy Block is home to an eclectic mix of retail shops and vibrant restaurants and bars. Explore how Dairy Block blends historic downtown architecture with modern, urban landscapes and unique art installations in the heart of LoDo. The tour includes a walk through Denver’s first private pedestrian alley and a peek at a guestroom at The Maven hotel.

About the micro-district: Dairy Block is a unique micro-district in the heart of Denver’s historic LoDo neighborhood that continues the tradition of quality and craftsmanship originally established by H. Brown Cannon. Today, visitors to Dairy Block can enjoy countless opportunities to find the unexpected – including the vibrant Denver Milk Market food hall, a curated collection of retail boutiques, more than a dozen popular bars and restaurants and the 172-guestroom, award-winning Maven hotel.

About the tour guide: Julie Dunn is a former newspaper journalist turned Denver PR professional who specializes in spreading the word about top Colorado hotels and lifestyle destinations. Clients include downtown Denver landmarks like Denver Union Station, The Oxford Hotel, Dairy Block and The Maven hotel.

Video run time: 70 minutes

VERY IMPORTANT, READ IN FULL: This is an archived virtual tour, this is not a live virtual tour. Upon registering for this tour, the video will be available through the online event page on Eventbrite.

You will have access to the online event page to view the archival tour between the time of registration and Sunday, October 17.

You can access the online event page from:

  • The confirmation email you receive after registering. Click on “View the event.”
  • The event listing on Eventbrite (after registering). Click on “Access the event.”

NOTE: You must be logged in with the Eventbrite account you used to register to view the online event page and video.