Sure, we sell real estate, but at the end of the day our mission is truly to Live and Love Denver. Check out some of the upcoming events we have, and come join us!
Live and Love Denver: Historic Neighborhood Walking Tours
As part of our popular Live and Love Denver tour series, we offer complimentary walking tours of our fabulous city. Led by Phil Goodstein, professional tour guide, author, and local legend, we’ll spend about an hour learning the history and architecture of different historic neighborhoods around town.
Come meet your neighbors and learn more about your amazing town!
*Important: The tickets for these tours retail for $25, but are my gift to you as part of the Live and Love Denver community. Space is very limited and demand is high, so if you need to cancel your spot, please do so within 48 hours of the tour to allow someone else to fill it. And even though your ticket is free, please feel free to tip the tour guide and bring $ for his incredible books!
Contact us to reserve a spot, or click the link below!
2019 Walking Tour Schedule:
_________________________________________________Live and Love Denver is proud to partner with Denver Historian and local legend, Phil Goodstein.Check out all of Phil’s walking tours for 2019
Tours and Talks by Phil Goodstein
Wednesday, January 23: Everything about Denver 6:30–9:00 pm
This is the first week of a four-part seminar on the history of Denver. The class will deal with the logic of the Denver street system and the Pikes Peak gold rush. The cost is $15.00 per person. It gathers in a private home at 1330 Monroe Street. (Monroe Street is four blocks west of Colorado Boulevard.) Goodstein’s books is at capitolhillbooks.com Tours are listed at Liveandlovedenver.com. This schedule is continually updated. it sometimes changes. To get on the e-mail list please send your name to email@example.com.
Wednesday, January 30: The Growth of the Mile High City, 6:30–9:00 pm
This is the second week of a four-part seminar on the history of Denver. The focus will be on the growth of the 19th-century city, the impact of tuberculosis, and sensational sex scandals. The cost is $15.00 at 1330 Monroe Street.
Wednesday, February 6: An Era of Turmoil, 6:30–9:00 pm
Denver was seemingly in chaos in the early 20th century. Not only did it sought to become the city beautiful, but it was only badly infected by the Ku Klux Klan. Corporate Denver viciously repressed a strong labor movement while dreams and schemers came and went from the community. The cost is $15.00 at 1330 Monroe Street.
Wednesday, February 13: The Rise of Modern Denver, 6:30–9:00 pm
The final session of Everything about Denver surveys the city from the end of World War II into the 21st century. Included is everything form the rise of the Denver Broncos to the story of Denver International Airport to reflections on who runs the city. The cost is $15.00 at 1330 Monroe Street.
Saturday, March 9: Congress Park, noon–1:00 pm
The walking tours of 2019 get started with a stroll meeting at the center of what some jokingly call Incongruous Park. Gather at the picnic tables in the center of the park. Enter the park by turning east on the equivalent of Ninth Avenue along Josephine Street. Follow the road east until it dead ends into the main parking lot. The picnic grove is directly south of parking area. This is a free tour. Participants can tip the tour guide as they wish.
Sunday, March 17: Montclair, 11:00 am–1:00 pm
In the late 19th century, Montclair sought to be an elite, isolated suburban enclave, complete with a Prussian castle. Gather in front of the Montclair Community House at the southwest corner of 12th Avenue and Oneida Street in Montclair Park. (Oneida Street is blocks east of Monaco Street Parkway and four blocks west of Quebec Street. The cost is $20.00.
Sunday, March 24: The Ghosts of Cheesman Park, 11:00 am–1:00 pm
Meet at the wooden gazebo near the equivalent of 12th Avenue and Gilpin Street. It is directly south of the RTD bus stop on the 12th Avenue loop in the park. Gilpin Street is the 1700 east block. Park in the park, east bound, on the 12th Avenue loop to the east of the RTD stop. The cost is $20.00.
Saturday, April 6: Potter Highlands, 11:00 am–1:00 pm
Meet at the Lumber Baron Inn at the northeast corner of West 37th Avenue and Bryant Street. (Bryant is four blocks east of Federal Boulevard) The cost is $20 per person.
Saturday, April 13: Auraria/West Denver, 11:00 am–1:00 pm
Gather in front of Greenlee School, along the east side of Lipan Street between West 11th and West 12th avenues. Lipan is two blocks west of Santa Fe Drive. The walk includes a visit to the Auraria campus. The cost is $20 per person.
Sunday, April 14: A Washington Park Sampler, noon–1:00 pm
We will explore the northern section of Washington Park, complete with lore about the lack and where highrise condo complex supposedly haunted by the Beatles. Meet at the statue of Wynken, Blynken, and Nod, southwest corner of Exposition Avenue and South Franklin Street. Exposition is four blocks south of Alameda Avenue. Franklin is eight blocks west of South University Boulevard. This is a free tour. Participants can tip the tour guide as they wish.
Saturday, April 20: South of the Country Club,11:00 am–1:00 pm
Meet in front of Steele School on the east side of the South Marion Street Parkway between Alameda Avenue and Dakota Avenue. (Marion Street is one block east of Downing Street.) The cost is $20 per person.
Phil Goodstein (303)333-1095