Attractions

Top Choice Wildlife Reserve in Aspen

Aspen Center for Environmental Studies

The Aspen Center for Environmental Studies is a 22-acre (10-hectare) wildlife sanctuary that hugs the Roaring Fork River. With a mission to advance ‘the ethic that the earth must be respected and nurtured,’ the cent…
Museum in Aspen

Ice Age Discovery Center

In October 2010, a bulldozer working near Snowmass unearthed the tusk of a female mammoth. Spurred by this unusual discovery, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science moved in for the next 10 months to conduct its la…
Museum in Aspen

Aspen Art Museum

No permanent collection here, just edgy, innovative contemporary exhibitions featuring paintings, mixed media, sculpture, video installations and photography by artists such as Mamma Andersson, Mark Manders and Susa…
Museum in Aspen

Aspen Volunteer Fire Department Museum

This gleaming new firehouse has a three-story wing devoted to shedding light on what is still largely a volunteer force, a force first organized in 1881. There's a timeline mural on the wall and a fantastic restored…
Park in Aspen

Rio Grande Park

Aspen’s biggest public park runs along the river, and is bisected by the Rio Grande Trail for 2.1 miles. The park is home to an enticing skate park, outdoor basketball courts, a huge athletic field perfect for footb…
Park in Aspen

Wagner Park

A patch of green just off the Mill St mall, edged with cedars and a couple of shimmering aspens, and views of the Red and Aspen mountains. Football goals (both types) are set up, there's a playground area for little…
Gallery in Aspen

212 Gallery

This forward-thinking art gallery hosts events such as Andy Warhol pop-up exhibits and Daniel Beltra’s aerial photos of the BP oil spill, with works from American and European artists.
Gallery in Aspen

Peter Lik

Gallery in Aspen

Baldwin Gallery

Gallery in Aspen

Galerie Maximillian