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Denver Museum Of Nature And Science, Denver - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 2001 Colorado Blvd. Denver, CO 80205

Phone: +1-3033706000

Ticket Price: 15 USD

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Time Required: 03:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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About Denver Museum Of Nature And Science, Denver

The Denver Museum of Nature and Science, like its name, aims at making the learning experience of Science and Nature a fun filled experience for people of all ages. Tickets for Denver Museum of Nature and Science can be purchased at the counter, but it is better to buy your Denver Museum of Nature and Science tickets from our ticket section in advance. You can also view Denver Museum of Nature and Science ticket prices before booking them.

Established in 1900, Denver Museum of Nature & Science is an independent and non-profit organization, recognized by American Alliance of Museums.

Various exhibitions, IMAX films, Planetarium shows, interactive programs and activities make learning about science and natural history fun for kids of all ages – Children, adults, teachers, families and teens.

Discovery Zone, Egyptian mummies, Expedition Health, North American Indian cultures, Gems & Mineral, Prehistoric Journeys are some of the permanent exhibitions at the Museum. Check the Museum’s website for any upcoming exhibits.

Denver Museum Of Nature And Science Information

  • Book tickets in advance if the museum is in your itinerary to avoid the rush especially on weekends and holidays.
  • Check official website for Denver Museum Of Nature And Science free days.
  • Denver Museum of Nature and Science tours and virtual tours are also available.

Denver Museum Of Nature And Science Ticket Prices

  • Junior - $9.95; Adult - $14.95; Senior - $11.95.
  • If you would like to explore all the facilities, then ticket prices will differ.
  • Adult – from $14.95 to $22.95; Junior – from $9.95 to $14.95; Senior – from $11.95 to $18.95.
  • Admission Packages: Adult – from $21.95 to $26.95; Junior – from $15.95 to $19.95; Senior – from $17.95 to $21.95.
  • Students with a valid ID can avail a discount of 10% off general tickets.
  • All military personnel with a valid ID will be allowed a free entry to museum.
  • Group reservations done 10 days prior will receive a 10% discount.
  • Buy tickets online to book educational tours.
  • Alternatively, you can buy tickets online, over a phone or at the museum.
  • Free days, where every visitor is allowed an entry without any charge. Free days for the year 2015 are – January 25, March 2, April 12, April 25, May 31, June 29, July 26, August 17, September 27, October 19, November 9.

Denver Museum Of Nature And Science Opening and Closing Hours

  • Museum shop hours: 10am – 5pm (daily)

How To reach Denver Museum Of Nature And Science by Public Transport

  • RTD buses 20, 32 and 40 have a stop in close proximity to museum. Bus stop at Colorado Blvd & Montview Blvd is the closest to Museum.
  • Other nearest stops are – Colorado Blvd & 23rd Ave and Colorado Blvd & 17th Ave.

Restaurants Near Denver Museum Of Nature And Science

  • Denver Biscuit Company
  • Panera Bread
  • Fat Sully’s Pizza
  • Govinda’s Buffet

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  • Very good atmosphere, the high floors make me feel safe and at home. The science and biography in this place is outstanding. It makes me happy when museums like this actually know what they're talking about. Plus, they have exhibits that I honestly prefer. Sadly, the price is way too high and you almost need money for everything to be able to do anything. I wish it had more freedom for people who enter on free days or pay only the entrance fee. It is fun when I visit, I seek out all the gnomes and try to find easter eggs. It is a good experience for me and my family. Too bad there are so many people there, free day or not. All in all, it's OK. I love going there personally, but the prices are way too high.

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  • This museum features a wonderful space exhibit/interaction area. I would love to see it expanded some. There's a place where you can walk through and learn about mining in Colorado, with LOTS of examples of minerals and gems. Very educational visit. They were also featuring a dinosaur exhibit while we were there.

  • Very nice Museum. Large with plenty of space for multiple large exhibits. I really like the gemstone exhibit they had while we visited. Also had a Viking and Egyptology exhibit while we were there. There were lots of dinosaur skeletons, more than I've seen in any other museum. The place was clean and spacious, and I never felt cramped or crowded. Definitely worth a visit because there is so much history to see any time you visit.

  • A fantastic place at a good price, you may have to spring for more if you are interested in the planetarium, a special exhibit, or an IMAX film, but entry itself is $14. Which isn’t all that bad when I believe you’ll always get more out of this place than a trip to the movies for which a ticket is similarly priced. This museum is simply packed with opportunities to offer. They have various lecturers monthly speaking about topics or various different types and are always slotted for nationally touring exhibits. And when you visit be sure to check out the Hall of Life, easily one of the best exhibits I’ve visited in my lifetime.

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  • This is a fun museum. Today I was chaperoning a school field trip. The most important thing to know for this is to park in front of the IMAX. The field trips enter through the back. You're welcome. Another fun little secret is the gnome hunt. There are little gnomes hidden in exhibits. If you ask I'm sure someone there will have a cheat sheet. This is the second year I've chaperoned this field trip. There's never enough time in a day to see it all. The Health part was awesome! The kids ran and rode bikes and danced while a skeleton on the screen mimicked their every move. Great way to wear them out! Really if you're in Denver, this is a must-see.

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