The Museum of Nature and Science is OPEN! Your safety is their top priority. The promise to you is an unwavering commitment to safe spaces for all who visit the Museum, including:
Following all public health orders regarding
Requiring face coverings worn appropriately and physical distancing for everyone in the Museum.
Adopting new health and safety protocol for staff, including requiring face coverings, temperature checks, and increased teleworking.
Adding hand sanitizer stations throughout the Museum.
Increasing ventilation and air exchanges of fresh air throughout the building.
Limiting capacity and monitoring capacity monitoring of popular galleries.
The T-rex Café and Deli will open with limited seating for guests who have purchased food at the Museum in the north atrium.
SUE: The T. rex Experience ends soon. Closes April 25. Reserve tickets at https://bit.ly/3dK3Qtb. Step into the world of “SUE: The T. rex Experience” to uncover the mysteries about the life of this fearsome fossil. Get to know SUE in this immersive experience for visitors of all ages at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. SUE can’t wait to eat, er, meet you.
Stonehenge: The Exhibition is Now Open! “Stonehenge” the exhibition is now open and features 400 artifacts and the breakthrough science behind some of the latest discoveries about this prehistoric monument.
Designated as a World Heritage Site and described as inspiring, magical and sacred, Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England, is one of the most famous landmarks in the United Kingdom. The monument once consisted of rings and horseshoes of standing stones, some topped by horizontal “lintels.” The largest stones are around 23 feet high, nine feet wide and weigh over 50,000 pounds. Scientific analysis has revealed that some of the stones were transported an incredible distance from the Preseli Mountains in Wales, over 150 miles away, with no modern means of transportation.