Denver's Art District on Santa Fe is a unique, nationally known art and cultural district with over 60 galleries, restaurants and shops located a few short blocks from downtown Denver, Colorado. The Art District opens its doors freely to lively crowds for popular events such as the First Friday Art Walk, held every first Friday of the month, and Preview Night, a more intimate gathering held every third Friday of the month.
RTD's Light Rail Line F is one of six rail lines that stop at 46 stations, including major hot spots like the Theatre District, Convention Center, Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Pepsi Center, the 16th Street Mall, and Park Meadows Mall. Hop on board and get where you need to go fast - 55 mph, no stop lights, no traffic, fast. The stop at 10th and Osage is located right next to the Mariposa neighborhood.
The Buckhorn Exchange, Denver's most historic eating and drinking establishment, located at 1000 Osage Street in Denver, Colorado, is now in its second century of operation. The Buckhorn Exchange, which has liquor license Number One in the State of Colorado, was founded on November 17, 1893 by Henry H. "Shorty Scout" Zietz, easily recognized as one of the most colorful figures of the Old West. This National Historic Landmark and Western Museum, and Denver's oldest steakhouse, has been serving the finest in Old West fare since 1893.
La Alma Recreation Center is a neighborhood gym that sports a kid-friendly, seasonal outdoor pool. Run by Denver Parks and Recreation, it offers numerous classes and programs. It is located just one block from the Mariposa neighborhood.
Colorado High School Charter is a charter school, operated by DPS, located two blocks from the Mariposa neighborhood.