Welcome to Civic Center!
Discover the beauty of our active and thriving downtown urban oasis. Civic Center Park is filled with history, architecture, public arts, events, and community gatherings. Nestled in the heart of Denver, Civic Center Park offers visitors a respite from the bustling downtown area surrounding it. The park boasts the most square feet of flower beds, the largest collection of public art in the city, and structures dating back over 100 years. Visitors to the park will enjoy the sense of being immersed back in time while strolling the beautiful landscapes. With over 1 million visitors per year, Civic Center Park is a space where visitors can play, pause, process, and process.
101 14th Ave. Denver, CO 80204
5:00 a.m.–11:00 p.m.
There are two public restrooms located on the south side of the McNichols Civic Center Building, facing the Great Lawn.
Getting to the Park
Street parking is available but limited around the perimeter of the Park. Please see parking map for more information.
Civic Center Park’s accessible entrances are on the west and east sides.
On the west, enter from Bannock Street on either of the sidewalks that flank the Great Lawn, directly across from the City and County Building.
On the east, enter from Broadway Street at either the Colfax or 14th Street intersections, then head towards the centrally located Broadway Terrace and use the ramps flanking the gardens as you approach the Park’s Central Promenade.