Denver Museum of Nature and Science announces reopening date!
posted by: Mile High Mamas
As restrictions lift from COVID-19, science understanding, appreciation, and education have never been more important. The Denver Museum of Nature & Science is catalyzing our community forward. They will be reopening their doors on June 23 with a special member preview on June 22, 2020.
Their promise to you is an unwavering commitment to safe, inclusive spaces for all who visit the Museum, including:
- Following all public health orders regarding COVID-19.
- Creating specific staffing roles and protocols for cleaning and
disinfecting high touch areas.
- Using EPA approved list N disinfectant cleaners.
- Conducting regular hygiene assessments.
- Adopting new health and safety protocol for staff, including requiring face coverings, temperature checks, and increased teleworking.
- Adding hand sanitizer stations throughout the Museum.
- Placing handwashing reminder posters in all restrooms.
When you visit the Museum, you will also play a role in creating a safe and inclusive place for everyone to enjoy. They are asking guests to take the following steps to help protect themselves and ensure the best possible experience for everyone:
- Beginning Friday, June 19 at noon, purchase your ticket/reserve your entry time in advance online.
- Come back another day if you are not feeling well.
- Wear a face covering that covers your nose and mouth.
- Wash your hands frequently.
- Maintain a physical distance of at least 6 feet from other groups.
- Be kind. We’re in this world together.
If you or a loved one are immunocompromised and feel unsafe visiting or are feeling under the weather, we encourage you to stay home and explore our virtual options. You can visit us at www.dmns.org/learn to explore science virtually.
The global sensation The Art of the Brick will open at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science June 24, 2020 for members and June 25, 2020 for the public! Renowned contemporary artist Nathan Sawaya has taken LEGO® bricks from beloved toys to artistic marvels. Sawaya’s original artworks and his reimagined versions of famous masterpieces from art and culture, such as Van Gogh’s Starry Night and the Venus de Milo, will wow you. Click here for information about this beautiful and playful temporary exhibition.
No matter what language you speak, how old you are, or where you call home – our curiosities have evolved. We may never again ask “what if” or “why not” in the same way. We look forward to creating the future with you, ensuring that your Museum is inviting and relevant for you and your family.