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A replica of an Iguanodon graces the front lawn of the Dinosaur Ridge Museum near Morrison.

Morrison is a small town in Colorado in the Foothills west of Denver. Besides its rich paleontological history, Morrison is also home to the outdoor concert venue, Red Rocks Amphitheater.


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  • Dinosaur Ridge, 16831 W Alameda Pkwy, +1 303 697-3466. Explore fossils from Dinosaurs and walk along trails with guided or self guided tours.


  • 1 Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre, 18300 W Alameda Pkwy, +1 720 865-2494. Concert venue where lots of music artists and bands come to play and you can hear the natural acoustics from the rocks surrounding it. Red Rocks Amphitheatre (Q2182648) on Wikidata Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Wikipedia



  • The Fort, 19192 Highway 8. The Fort is possibly the Denver area's most famous restaurant. It sits just on the edge of suburban Denver and is perhaps most famous for hosting a dinner during the G7 conference in 1997. Reservations highly recommended.




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