In 2024, the National Western Center will feature more than 2.2 million sq. ft. of indoor and outdoor spaces including state-of-the-art facilities, historic buildings and riverfront open space. In addition to hosting the annual National Western Stock Show, Rodeo All-Star Weekend and the Denver County Fair, the campus will be home to three Colorado State University buildings with research and educational programs focused on water, sustainability, food, and human and animal health. History Colorado and the Denver Museum of Nature and Science will also bring educational programs to the campus.
When complete, spaces throughout the campus can host:
Prior to 2024, programs may come to life online, offsite and in first-built or historic buildings on the campus.
The 250-acre future National Western Center boasts a prime location just two miles from Downtown Denver. National Western Center venues will be visible from I-70 and easily accessible from both I-70 and I-25. RTD’s National Western transit station is only one stop away from Denver Union Station. Denver International Airport (DEN) is a quick 20-minute trip by train or by car. The future National Western Center campus will also be accessible via the South Platte River Trail – only a 20 minute bike ride from downtown.
Become a campus corporate partner and place your brand, product or message in front of the future National Western Center’s projected 2.2 million annual visitors and over 400 hundred annual events.
The National Western Center will seek campus partners for:
Future partnership opportunities will also include:
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