Hotel Rates

Saturday, Nov. 6, 2021

Denver's best museums are open late and admission is FREE between 5 and 10 p.m. Stay tuned for information on FREE shuttles that make it easy to explore all evening! The following museums are scheduled to participate, and may require advance registration and/or have capacity limitations. 
 

PLEASE CHECK WITH INDIVIDUAL MUSEUMS PRIOR TO YOUR VISIT.

Check back soon for info on shuttle routes!

 

Children's Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus

Experience hands-on, interactive and totally one-of-a-kind exhibits that champion the wonder and joy of childhood. Activities will include art-themed tastings in The Teaching Kitchen and various open arts activities in The Art Studio.

No pre-registration required or capacity limits. Masks are required for all guests ages 3 and over, regardless of vaccination status. Medical exemptions are accepted.

Clyfford Still Museum

To celebrate the tenth anniversary of Clyfford Still Museum's grand opening, the museum is hosting a new exhibition. A Decade of Discovery: Clyfford Still in Denver takes inspiration from the museum’s beloved inaugural exhibition while highlighting some of its most compelling revelations along the way. Don’t miss an additional free day on November 18!

No pre-registration required or capacity limits. Masks are required for all guests ages 3 and over, regardless of vaccination status. Medical exemptions are accepted.

Denver Art Museum

Explore the reimagined and expanded campus. With innovative creative spaces, incredible views, and inspiring art from around the world and across time, there is something for everyone to love. The Denver Art Museum will be open for free starting at 10:00 a.m. on November 6, with an additional free day on November 9!

Advance ticket reservations are strongly encouraged. Ticketing link coming soon. Visitors and staff are encouraged to wear their masks while inside the museum.

Denver Museum of Nature & Science

See the new Survival of the Slowest exhibition, take in the big screen at the IMAX theater, immerse yourself in storytelling and poetry with a facilitation from Sacred Voices, or enjoy classical music performances through Colorado Public Radio.  

The Museum is currently operating under limited capacity for all guests. Advance reservations for everyone, regardless of age, are strongly encouraged. Face coverings are encouraged for unvaccinated people over age 10. Reserve your tickets HERE.

DINOSAUR RIDGE

Explore the nation's No. 1 dinosaur track site on a guided flashlight tour, and head inside the exhibit hall for dinosaur and fossil crafts for all ages. *Not on shuttle route.

No pre-registration required or capacity limits. Masks only required on guided bus tours and shuttle buses, but not on the grounds.

Forney Museum of Transportation

The Forney Museum of Transportation is a one-of-a-kind collection of more than 600 artifacts relating to historical transportation.

No pre-registration required or capacity limits. Doors are open to everyone. Masks are encouraged for non-vaccinated attendees.

FOUR MILE HISTORIC PARK

Join in for an evening to remember at Four Mile Historic Park to gather fireside for storytelling, singalongs and s'mores! Don’t miss an additional free day on November 12!

No pre-registration required or capacity limits. Masks not required for indoor or outdoor spaces.

History Colorado Center

Explore and experience 16 different exhibitions, such as Building Denver: Visions of the Capital City, a time-traveling adventure into Denver’s past, present, and future. This exhibition is full of architecture, ambition, activism, and urban planning in The Mile High City. 

Pre-registration is required HERE. Masks are encouraged for non-vaccinated attendees.

Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art

Time travel through about 150 years of art. The evolving collections contain more than 30,000 works by some 1,500 artists and designers, with about 4,400 works on view. Visitors ages 13 and up are welcome.

Pre-registration is required HERE. Masks are encouraged for non-vaccinated attendees.

Molly Brown House Museum

Self-explore the home of Titanic heroine Margaret “Molly” Brown while listening to Museum Docents share their favorite stories about Denver’s unsinkable Brown family!

Open on a first-come, first-served basis. Capacity will be limited to 12 people in the house every 15 minutes. Guests will be queued up outside while awaiting entry. Masks are required for everyone while inside.

Museo de las Americas

Smoking Mirrors: Visual Histories of Identity, Resistance and Resilience challenges viewers to bear witness and embrace the transformative power of the dualism of light meeting dark as represented by Indigenous North America’s resistance to European colonization. Experience this new exhibit along with an interactive crossword puzzle!

No pre-registration required or capacity limits. Masks are encouraged for non-vaccinated attendees.

WINGS OVER THE ROCKIES AIR & SPACE MUSEUM

See history come to life while exploring space and rocketry exhibits, and over 50 iconic aircraft all housed in a spacious World War II-era hangar.

No pre-registration required or capacity limits. Masks are encouraged for non-vaccinated attendees.

 

Don’t miss out on other cultural events happening on Nov. 6!