Visit the Children's Museum of Denver, where education meets imagination and fun. Exhibits allow kids to do grown-up stuff in a pint-sized manner, like become a firefighter or a veterinarian, engineer buildings, design trucks, build helicopters with blueprints, and much more.
Art lovers, collectors and admirers: head to the Denver Art Museum and discover your new favorite work of art. The museum has amassed a collection that includes more than 68,000 pieces of art from around the globe, spanning the medias of architecture, design & graphics, painting, sculpture, photography, and textile art.
Take a closer look at the natural history of Denver and the world at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. The nation's largest natural history museum explores the Earth and the city in the fields of anthropology, geology, health science, paleontology, space science and zoology.
Check out the oldest building in Denver at Four Mile Historic Park. The oldest structure in the city was built in 1859 and served as an inn and tavern for many years. While you're exploring the 12-acre park, you'll see demonstrations of blacksmithing and honey-making, and a full-working replica of a ranch and farm equipped with animals.
Planes, trains, and automobiles - they're all on display at the Forney Museum of Transportation. Check out over 500 exhibits showcasing antique cars, carriages, railcars, cabooses, fire engines, aircraft, motorcycles, bicycles, tricycles, a Big Boy locomotive, Denver's only cable car and many others.
Get a glimpse at the life of the philanthropist, socialite, and activist known as "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" at the the Molly Brown House. The house museum was once home for the famed RMS Titanic survivor and is now one of the most visited sites in Denver.