Access & Special Needs
Please visit the Access & Special Needs section of our webite. Detailed information is provided for people with mobility, hearing, vision, and learning impairments.
An ATM is located near the entrance to the Museum Shop on Level 1.
Elevators are located in the north and south atria. Additional elevators are located in the Leprino Family Atrium.
First aid is located at the Security Desk on Level 1 near the main exit.
The Information Desk is located in the central corridor on Level 1 across from the Museum Shop.
- Get general Museum information including theater schedules, programs and exhibits tips, and scavenger hunts.
- Pick up a Museum map – which you can also access electronically by clicking floor maps
- Check out strollers, wheelchairs, canes, Braille maps, and resources for guests with sensory needs
- Find Regional Transportation District (RTD) maps
- Get directions and area tourist information
- Complete a Guest Comment Form
Lockers are available for 50 cents under the “up” escalator on Level 1.
Lost and Found
Lost and found is located at the Security Desk on Level 1 near the main exit.
A mailbox is located outside near the flagpole on the north side of the Museum.
Photography, video or any other reproduction of images for personal use is permitted in the Museum’s permanent collections galleries, but is not permitted in temporary exhibition galleries unless otherwise marked. With the exception of reporters on assignment escorted by staff, cameras must be handheld and no flash photography or tripods are allowed. Please direct inquiries to Maura O’Neal, media relations manager, [email protected].
Restrooms are located throughout the Museum and are wheelchair accessible. Family Restrooms are located inside the entrance to Gems and Minerals on Level 1; in the far corner of Discovery Zone on Level 2; and outside of Anschutz Gallery (Temporary Exhibits) on Level 3. Changing tables can be found in most rest rooms on all three levels. An adult-sized changing table is available; please inquire at the main Ticketing Desk.
Safe Spaces Policy Statement
The Denver Museum of Nature & Science exists to be a catalyst and ignite our community’s passion for nature and science. In order to fulfill our mission and live out our values, we strive to provide a safe place for everyone to follow their curiosity and desire for discovery, regardless of race, ethnicity, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, sex, gender identity, and range of abilities. We foster a culture of inclusion that celebrates diversity of thought, promotes mutual respect, and advances authentic intercultural exploration and collaboration.
The Museum reserves the right to refuse service to, or revoke access to anyone we determine is threatening this safe, inclusive environment. We comply with Colorado laws and work closely with our cultural peers, community partners, law enforcement, and security experts to enact best practice safety and security measures.