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It's that time of year again...

2015-11-06

Alright everyone. Now that we are beyond the candy and costumes, it is time for the most wonderful time of the year.  It's Denver Arts Week! That magical week that comes once a year, bringing artistic joy. This year, the arts and cultural merriment will last November 6-14. It all starts... Read More ⇒


Elementary, my dear Colorado!

2015-10-21

Last Friday, the International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes opened at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. This exciting new exhibition showcases the world and connotation of the great Sherlock Holmes. An homage to both Sherlock and his creator, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, this show balances the... Read More ⇒


A Long Journey Home

2014-03-03

The Denver Museum of Nature and Science have devoted their energy to sending sacred statues back to Kenya, and their effort has finally paid off. The return of the 30 sacred statues, also known as Vigango, carved wooden statues, has been announced. While it has been more than five years since The... Read More ⇒


Grand Opening for the Denver Museum of Nature and Science

Megan Garn | 2014-02-10

Feb. 14, the opening of the Denver Museum of Nature and Science’s exhibit: “Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed.” Not only is this the opening of the largest exhibition on the ancient Maya ever displayed in the United States, but is also marks the grand opening of the museum’s... Read More ⇒


Denver Museum of Nature and Science Celebrates Earth Day

SCFD | 2013-04-15

The Denver Museum of Nature and Science is holding a SCFD Community Free Day Sunday, April 21 in celebration of Earth Day. The day includes many exciting activities for all ages including an anniversary celebration of the snarling Saber Tooth Cat, which has been a museum fixture for startling... Read More ⇒


Mammoths and Mastodons at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science

Erica | 2013-02-15

A huge exhibit opens at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science today, Mammoths and Mastodons: Titans of the Ice Age.  This highly interactive exhibit is educational, stimulating, and entertaining for all ages!  Learn about baby mammoth Lyuba, the best preserved mammoth is ever... Read More ⇒

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