Scavenger Hunts Search for hidden elves, state symbols, Museum favorites, and more! [...] Museum Map Explore the Museum floor plan before you visit. [...] Plans are moving along to transform Space Odyssey into an all-new experience in 2020. The gallery will close for several months, beginning Thursday, March 19, with the grand reopening scheduled for mid-November 2020. You and your family are invited to continue to enjoy the current Space Odyssey in the coming months and watch for other ways to engage in space science during construction. We are very excited about creating a new Space Odyssey as captivating as space itself, seamlessly integrating science, nature, art, and technology to foster a deeper and enduring understanding of our home planet and the universe. Throughout Space Odyssey, new activities and exhibits for all ages will revolve around five themes, each focused on “a way of knowing” about space, Earth, ourselves, and our shared humanity. Human Wonder. We learn by imagining what is out there. Space from Earth. We learn by gazing at the stars. Machines in Space. We learn by sending machines beyond our reach. Earth from Space. We learn by examining our own world from space. People in Space. We learn by traveling to space ourselves. Beyond Human Wonder. We learn by imagining what remains to be discovered. Check back here for updates! Space Odyssey Reimagined Crowdfunding Campaign In the spirit of continued community involvement and collaboration the Museum is excited to announce its very first crowdfunding campaign that will run from Sept. 1 – Oct.15, 2020. We are excited for this opportunity to leverage new online tools and resources to catalyze excitement and financial support from our entire community for the project. Learn More Space Odyssey was made possible with support from many donors, including The Anschutz Foundation, Mark & Martha Freeman, Institute of Museum and Library Services, Lockheed Martin, Blair & Kristin Richardson, and M. Patrick & Jo Ann Swingle.