Glass Expo Rocky Mountain™ ’23 is returning to Denver (Aurora), Colo., at the Hyatt Regency Aurora-Denver Conference Center. The event will offer two days of quality education and the latest products for the architectural glass industry in a convenient setting.

The perfect way to wind down from two full days of education and networking is by going out for a night out in Denver and its surrounding areas. You can even arrive a few days ahead of the Jan. 19-20, 2023, show dates to satisfy your shopping and dining needs. Whether you’re looking for dining, leisure, entertainment, wellness, culture, shopping or just taking in the fresh mountain air, it can all be found in the mile-high city.

Discover Aurora

Following a day’s worth of education and networking, a night out in Denver and its surrounding areas is the perfect way to draw the day to a close.

Aurora has numerous one-stop shops with brand-name stores, restaurants, coffee shops, and more. This includes Seven Hills Plaza, Aurora City Place and Arapahoe Crossings. You can even visit Southlands, which is an outdoor lifestyle center with a four-block main street in the heart of southeast Aurora. It offers a comfortable and charming atmosphere that is worth checking out.

Amidst the excitement of Glass Expo Rocky Mountain, you may find yourself wanting a chance to slow down. If so, you need to check out Dalí Alive. This multi-sensory experience highlights Salvador Dalí’s challenges and triumphs by dynamically animating his works. His art is displayed over 13,000 square feet in a multi-sensory projection gallery. Located in the Stanley Marketplace, the doors to the exhibit open every 15 minutes from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

For a breath of fresh air, take in the beautiful sights of Aurora at Cherry Creek State Park. If you wish to be inspired, visit the rescued wildlife at The Wild Animal Sanctuary. You can also unwind and relax at one of the many spas and salons dotted around the city. And don’t hesitate to engage in Colorado’s history at the 7/20 Memorial, Aurora History Museum or Colorado Freedom Memorial.

Register Now

Make sure to check out some of these suggestions and explore further to get the full experience of the mile-high city after a day full of education and networking. To register, visit Non-supplier subscribers of USGlass magazine, USGNN and Colorado Glazing Contractors Association members are all eligible for free registration. Contact with questions and register today online!