Cheesman Park

Cheeseman Park is bordered by Colfax Avenue to the North, 8th Avenue to the South, 
York Street to the East, and Downing Street to the West.

What's To Love About Cheesman Park | Denver, CO

The Cheesman Park neighborhood is a peaceful enclave in the City with close proximity to Downtown Denver, Country Club and Cherry Creek North. Cheesman Park attracts legions of joggers, walkers, picnickers, and cyclists. The crown jewel of the neighborhood is the Denver Botanic Gardens. The gardens are situation on 23 acres located on the park’s eastern edge. It is open year round and features two seasonal events that can’t be missed. During the holidays the gardens transform into winter wonderland of lights that guide you through the gardens. Throughout the summer, the amphitheater comes to life during the concert series with notable visiting musicians.

Cheesman Park neighborhood is one of the Denver's oldest and most diverse with a range of residential options from historic mansions, single-family homes, townhomes, apartments and condos.

In 1907 funds for a pavilion were donated by the widow of Walter Cheesman, whom the park is named for. The Pavilion is made of white Colorado marble and is adorned by reflecting pools and fountains to the west. It is hailed as Denver’s “temple in the sun.”

The Cheesman Park Esplanade, created in 1912, linked Cheesman to Seventh Avenue Parkway and the Williams Street Parkway leading to the Country Club neighborhood.

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