Denver International Airport is known around the world for having one of the best and most expansive collections of public art among any airport. In between flights, take a walk around the terminal to spot statues and murals, or stroll along the concourses for unexpected artistic encounters. Discover our permanent art and our temporary exhibitions. Each piece of artwork is mapped on our website to assist you on your art walk.
View the Mountains, Catch a Sunset
The best view of the Rocky Mountains can be seen from the west end of the C Gates, near gates C23 and C24. With more than 300 days of sunshine a year, you have a great chance of seeing the mountains on a clear day and catching a breathtaking sunset from the large windows at the end of the C Concourse.
Take a Stroll to Get Some Exercise
Want a little exercise? Walking is one of the best ways to stay in shape and get your blood pumping. The length of the B gates is 3,300 feet and two laps around Jeppesen Terminal is a mile. The advantage of having a large airport is there are plenty of opportunities to get your steps in!
Test yourself to spot the different types of aircraft by strolling by all the gates, like United's 787 at the B Gates. Or have fun checking out the spokesanimals on the tails of Frontier's aircraft from the pedestrian bridge towards the A Gates. Have you seen Southwest's speciality liveries? A good place to check those out are at the C Gates. If you are picking someone up from the airport, you can also spot airplanes taking off and landing from Final Approach, the free cell-phone waiting lot.
Surf the Internet
Denver International Airport has offered FREE Wi-Fi since 2007! Simply check e-mail, review flight status, catch up on the news or watch movies.