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will be held at the: Starbucks in REI (Denver Location)

AACE RMS Tours the 2016 Denver Doors Open

Join AACE RMS for a fun day during the 2016 Denver Doors Open where 68 notable Denver properties will open to the public for free tours. This will be a great opportunity to see the inside Denver's most fascinating properties and learn the history behind them.

The day will start out with a cup of coffee as we highlight some places of interest on the 2016 Denver Doors Open map. Then we will tour as many properties as possible before grabbing some lunch around noon. After lunch is complete we will tour a few more properties until ~2pm.

If you are interested in joining our local AACE chapter for a tour around the city meet us inside the Starbucks at REI's Flagship Store downtown (next to Confluence Park) at 9:30am. Feel free to visit the website listed below and pick out a couple places you would like to see. Family and friends are welcome. Mike's Camera is also putting on a contest for the best picture so make sure to dust off the old camera.

Some of the notable places include:

  • Molly Brown House
  • Governor's Residence
  • Clyfford Still Museum
  • Denver Union Station Headquarters
For more information on the 12th annual Denver Doors Open Event visit their website at

We look forward to seeing you Saturday the 23rd.

Register Now!

Starbucks in REI (Denver Location)
1416 Platte Street
Denver, CO 80202

Saturday, April 23, 2016

Thank you for your attention and response, we look forward to seeing you this weekend for an opportunity to see some of Denver's most notable properties.


Mark Scheel, RMS President
AACE International Rocky Mountain Section

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