There are many ways to greatly enhance your visit to the Museum. Students can explore our many permanent exhibitions, watch live performances, touch special artifacts and specimens, conduct experiments, and much more!
TEMPORARY EXHIBITIONS: $5/student, 1 free adult/10 students, $5/adult
PERMANENT EXHIBITIONS: FREE
March 10, 2017 -August 13, 2017
The largest collection of Viking artifacts to visit North America is coming to Denver!
On Permanent DisplayExhibits, activities, and programs focus on the science process skills, such as observing, quantifying, inquiring, analyzing, creating, and communicating.
On Permanent Display Two mummies teach modern scientists how the ancient civilization of Egypt regarded its living and preserved its dead.
On Permanent Display The Summit Science Stage in Expedition Health features engaging shows and health science demonstrations throughout the day.
On Permanent Display Tunnel beneath the earth in a recreated mine and examine a host of colorful crystals and minerals found both locally and globally.
On Permanent Display Ever wondered what it would be like to speak to someone from the past?
On Permanent Display See the only collection of the remarkable Vasily Konovalenko gem sculptures on public display outside of Moscow.
On Permanent Display Shelter. Food. Clothing. Tools. Experience the incredible diversity among Native American groups and the practicality and artistry of their everyday objects.
On Permanent Display A journey through the eons allows you to trace the evolution of life on Earth, from single-celled organisms to lumbering dinosaurs to the inhabitants of today's world.
On Permanent Display Let knowledgeable Museum Galaxy Guides lead the way as your students investigate using hands-on exhibits, live performances, and demonstrations.
On Permanent Display Animals big and small come to life in exquisitely detailed dioramas that transport you around the world.
June 16, 2017 – January 1, 2018
The new temporary exhibition, Nature’s Amazing Machines, uses real objects, scientific models, and fun interactives to show the marvels of natural engineering.