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Denver Free Days 2020: Denver’s top museums and attractions

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Did you make a New Year’s Resolution to be a tourist in your own town? Are you going to go see all the great museums (and zoo) that Denver has to offer in 2020? We’ve got you covered with more to see for FREE! Since 1989 the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) has received taxes where the funds were to support enlightening ad entertaining the public through presentations, exhibitions, advancement or preservation. Part of making these facilities available – is offering free days throughout the year.







 *Due to a grant the Denver Art Museum is free to kids 18 and under every day (does not include special exhibits).

**U.S. 4th graders are eligible for a free annual National Parks pass

Special note to SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) cardholders: most Denver area museums and cultural center offer deep discounts by showing your EBT card at the ticket counter. Admission is just $1 per person for up to 10 people. For more information visit here.

 Plus, there are several venues that are free every day:

 Colorado Sports Hall of FameMuseum of Outdoor ArtsAurora History MuseumArvada Center GalleriesUS Air Force Academy Visitor Center and ChapelCU Art MuseumCU Museum of Natural HistoryUnited States Mint (you need to make a reservation for this one); Colorado State CapitolUS Olympic Training Center (Colorado Springs)Hudson GardensColorado Springs Pioneers MuseumCripple Creek Heritage Center (near Colorado Springs)Rocky Mountain Motorcycle Museum (Colorado Springs)Peterson Air & Space Museum (Colorado Springs)Dr. Lester L. Williams Fire Museum (Colorado Springs)Penrose Heritage Museum (Colorado Springs)

  These are the free days that we are aware of as of the time of this writing. We recommend that you double-check with the venue before heading out should they make any changes to their free days. 

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