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Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre Introduction

Created originally as an ‘earth sculpture’ (a bank of art and grass), the Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre is now an enclosed 18,000-capacity music venue, open from May to September. The adjacent Marjorie Park features outdoor sculptures owned by Museum of Outdoor Arts, including a famous bronze series of Alice in Wonderland characters by artist Harry Marinsky. Located 13 miles south of Denver, it is the largest amphitheater in the metropolitan area. It is also 3 miles from Cherry Creek State Park, which has a natural prairie environment with an 880-acre reservoir.

Hotels near Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre

There is a small number of hotels within walking distance and another cluster of places to stay around 3 miles to the north. All of the nearby hotels are predominantly located to serve the Denver Tech Center, a business and economic trading centre which is the home of many international companies. The Tech Center therefore has a big influence on hotel prices. Although Denver attracts many visitors in the summer, average hotel room rates are marginally lower than the shoulder seasons, as business bookings tail off. However, the best deals are normally found during late fall and early winter.

Where to stay near Fiddler's Green Amphitheater

Within close proximity, the Centennial municipality south of the amphitheater has a good selection of 2-3 star mid-range hotels. As many of these have ‘Denver Tech’ in the name of the hotel, it is clear that their target market is business travelers. The same audience would also be well served in the prime locations within walking distance of the Tech Centre at Greenwood Village, 3 miles north of the amphitheater. In Denver itself, you can try “LoDo” (Lower Downtown), an artsy enclave in a historic neighborhood with restaurants, brewpubs, coffeehouses, and independent bookstores, as well as a good choice of upscale hotels.

Things to see near Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre

The first port of call is a short stroll to the outdoor art installations curated by the Museum of Outdoor Art, with the iconic Alice in Wonderland statues. For dining and bars, there is plenty of choice at the DTC (Denver Tech Center). Golf players are well served by the Kennedy Golf Course, which is a 7-mile drive away. For young children, there’s the Pirates Cove Family Fun Aquatic Center, 8 miles to the west. For all the family, Cherry Creek State Park (3 miles) has outdoor activities and water sports on the reservoir.

How to get to Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre

Denver prides itself on its public transport with the Regional Transportation District running a network of buses and light rail routes. Both are available at Arapahoe at Village Center Station, which is right next to the amphitheater. Direct trains to Downtown Union Station take 34 minutes. By car, the venue is easily accessible from the north-south Interstate 25, which passes behind the back of the theater. For travelers from further afield, Denver International Airport is 29 miles away, but can be reached via Interstate 225, bypassing the center of Denver.