Denver Children's Museum Grand Reopening: November 20th


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This November 2015, the Children's Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus is scheduled to unveil its enormous facility expansion, along with six new and exciting exhibits. Guest can look forward to major additions in the Art, Health and Wellness, and Science Exhibits, as well as a new entrance, gift shop, and cafe. Museum members will have access to a couple of sneak peek dates, but the official public opening is set for Friday, November 20th.


New Exhibits



Altitude: "Scramble up a towering 3½ story climber filled with Colorado icons and a 360° glass peak."


The Art Studio: "Find your inner Rembrandt in this 2,300 sq ft gallery featuring clay, multiple painting experiences and an artist-in-residence program."


Community Tree: "Start your Museum visit at the wildly imaginative entry experience which uses photography to celebrate play, creative expression and our diverse community."


Energy: "Find, collect and use resources like wind, solar and fossil fuel to power amazing things."


The Teaching Kitchen: "Children will be the chefs in this hands-on, fully-equipped kitchen."


Water: "Investigate, test and make predictions about H2O in this splish-splashing urban water experience."


Admission Cost:

  • Age One & Under: Free
  • Age One: $8
  • Ages 2 - 59: $10
  • Seniors (60+): $8
  • Members: Free


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