Museum After Dark

This fall, our annual black-tie gala Museum after Dark will enchant guests with elegance and intrigue at Mystery at the Museum. You and your guests will be transported back to the 19th century for an evening of playful sleuthing, fine dining and delightful entertainment. The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes will be open where you will step into Victorian London and work alongside Sherlock as he tackles a baffling new case.

Your commitment to Museum after Dark helps ensure that every child in our community has access to world-class science opportunities. One-hundred percent of the funds raised will provide educational programs that seek to inspire young minds to think, learn, and grow through science. Your donation will support activities such as:

  • scholarships
  • onsite classes, labs, and tours
  • teacher professional development

We look forward to celebrating with you and your guests on November 13 and invite you to check back often as details will be updated as they become available including:

  • Individual tickets – A limited number of individual tickets will be made available for purchase on September 14. We do not recommend this option for large groups, as we cannot guarantee that we will be able to seat your entire group at the same table.

Interested in sponsorship or purchasing a table at the event? View the event sponsorship brochure.

Events Chairs: Donna Lynne and Jim Brown

For more information, please contact Greg Lovell at 303.370.8326 or

Click here to see a full gallery of photos from Museum After Dark 2014.

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