There is much to see and do for free in Denver, some of it historic in nature, some of it related to defining city industries and places and, not surprising, some of it outdoors. What's your pleasure? There's something for everyone. Are you a reader? Settle into an overstuffed chair at the city's revered independent bookstore, the Tattered Cover, where you and your whole family can indulge in a love of reading. Does art entice you? Consider free first Saturdays at the stellar Denver Art Museum or free First Friday Art Walks exploring multiple art districts in various areas of the city. At the Colorado State Capitol building you can take a free tour and learn about the state's history, and if you want to take on the challenge offered by one of the top skate parks in the country, you can do that for free in Denver, too. If beer is your thing, you're in the right city. Among Denver's multitude of seriously good craft brewers is Great Divide, which offers free brewery tours and gives thousands of dollars to local nonprofits. Of course, it's also free to walk the city's many neighborhoods, so stroll around LoDo, Capitol Hill, RiNo, Wash Park or along the South Platte River. And if you get tired downtown, just hop on the Free MallRide or relax in a comfy chair and check out your favorite social media sites, compliments of free Wi-Fi in Union Station.