Visiting the Museum looks a little different in these unprecedented times. Read on to learn about our available exhibits, safety policies and procedures, and how to make a reservation to visit. Click here for a list of our FAQs.
On January 7, the Museum reopened for the community we love. Guests can explore sudsy science secrets in Bubbles, take care of the neighborhood pets in Ready Vet Go, learn about the Laws of Motion in Kinetics, launch a rocket in 3, 2, 1... Blast Off, and save the town in Fire Station No. 1 and so much more!
Reservation opportunities through January are sold out, but check back often in case of cancellations.
Reservation opportunities for February 4 - 6 and February 11 - 13 will become available on our website on Wednesday, January 27 at 10 am.
If you have a reservation you are no longer able to use, let us know by emailing Information@cmdenver.org.
Please note: To ensure the safety of your family and our staff, we are closely following all of Colorado's current Safer at Home guidelines, including the mask requirement for those aged 3 and over, in addition to our own Safer Play policies and protocols, details below.
For your family's safety and ours, we developed the below Safer Play policies. Read on to learn more about what to expect on your visit, and thank you for your continued support!
Please note: Failure to comply with any of our Safer Play policies may result in your party being asked to leave the Museum.
The Museum is not currently accepting CityPASS. Please visit this page for CityPASS customer care.
The Gift Shop is open and will welcome one household group at a time. Thanks for supporting the Museum!
The Café offers grab n' go style sandwiches, salads, snacks and beverages. There is limited seating inside the Café, and guests are welcome to picnic in Joy Park. All tables are sanitized after each use. Outside food and beverages, aside from bottled water, are discouraged.