Thursday, April 2, 2020

Plastic Sushi? No thanks!

Last Thursday, February 6th,  Marcus Eriksen, PhD gave a talk at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science about his “Junk Raft” voyage.  Eriksen...

This could (coral)ate to a good time!

Small, yet intriguing, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science’s newest exhibit - After The Asteroid - uses newly uncovered fossils to discover more...

A Beautiful Monet Exhibit

The largest Monet exhibit in 25 years, with over 120 paintings, has come to our very own Denver Art Museum! The paintings in The...

Extreme Sports: Beyond Human Limits

Have you ever skydived, ice climbed or white water kayaked? If you have not, then you are in for a treat! On the third...

Fly High with these Original WWII Planes!

Over the weekend, on July 12th through July 14th, original WWII planes and vehicles were on display at the Wings of Freedom tour at...

Land into the planetarium for this movie!

The moon landing was one of the most important events, if not the most important event in the past century. And seeing as it...

Art Has Light

One of Denver Art Museum’s current exhibits is ‘The Light Show,’ focusing on physical, natural light, and metaphorical, symbolic, spiritual light. The exhibit came...

Reality and Perception creates mind blowing experience

When I toured the "Our Senses: Creating Your Reality" exhibit at the Denver Museum of Art and Science, to be honest, I had no...

DMNS: Virtual Reality Arcade

The Denver Museum of Nature and Science now has a virtual reality arcade. The arcade has two parts: a series of booths where you...

Da Vinci, The Man Who Had It All

Leonardo Da Vinci, the man who had it all. For fans of the movie, “Mr. Peabody and Sherman,” you don’t need a time machine...
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