Meeting Tourism & Travel

Denver Tourist & Travel Information

The meeting in 2017 will be at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel in Denver, CO, from April 29 to May 4, 2017.

Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel

The photos on this page were taken by David Schroeder. Other photos taken around Denver can be found in the Denver photo gallery.

The following information was taken from the Sheraton’s web site ( and from Visit Denver ( The hotel is near a 12-block pedestrian walkway leading to shopping, dining, and entertainment. There are also complimentary shuttles.


You can find out more about transportation in and around Denver at
  • Airport: the nearest airport is Denver International (DEN), which is about 20 miles east of the city center. It is served by a variety of airlines, including Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, American, British Airways, Delta, JetBlue, Southwest, United, and Virgin America. Ground transportation information can be found at the Ground Transportation Information Counter, which is located in the central area on Level 5 of Jeppesen Terminal. Counter hours are 6:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. daily. They can be contacted via phone at (303) 342-4059 or via email at Transportation options to and from the airport include:
    • The University of Colorado A Line: 8 stations total, including Union Station and the Denver Airport station;
    • Super Shuttle: 1-800 258-3826;
    • Fox Limo  Service: 303-882-0525;
    • Denver Yellow Cab: 303-777-7777;
    • Metro Taxi: 303-333-3333; or
    • Freedom Cab: 303-444-4444.
  • RTD Light Rail: Over 30 stations, including near the Sheraton: 16th Street & Stout, 16th Street & California, and Union Station.
  • RTD Buses: Local area bus service.




There are a variety of things to see in downtown Denver. For some ideas, visit and click on ‘Denver Tours & Itineraries’ on the left. You can also check out ‘Day Trips & Around Colorado’ in the same section.


  • Denver Center for the Performing Arts: 1101 13th St, 80204; (303) 893-4100; A not-for-profit providing a showcase for live theater, plays, Broadway productions, acting classes, and rental facilities.
  • Art District on Santa Fe: Santa Fe Drive between Alameda and 12th Avenues; A non-profit corporation dedicated to the arts. It offers monthly art walks and other art-related events. The District is home to nearly 80 galleries and coffee shops.
  • Denver Museum of Nature and Science: 2001 Colorado Blvd.; (303) 370-6000; Explore the cosmos, learn about gems and minerals, visit IMAX and the planetarium, and visit the Prehistoric Journey exhibition.
  • Denver Art Museum: 100 W 14th Ave Pkwy; (720) 865-5000; Located in the Civic Center, it is one of the largest art museums between Chicago and the West Coast and has a collection of more than 70,000 works divided into 10 permanent collections.


These are just suggestions of places to go.