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October 18, 2006
From journal A Cultural Tour of Denver, Colorado
January 18, 2001
There are plenty of "hands-on" things for the kids to do. My 10 year old son (who loves science and nature) didn't want to leave.
From journal Skiing in Winter Park, Colorado
Overland Park, Kansas
September 14, 2000
General admission to the museum is $7.00 for adults and $3.50 for kids which is pretty reasonable compared to other science museums. If you want to see only an IMAX movie, it's $7.00 or $3.50 for kids, but the museum offers a combination discount for both the IMAX and admission for $11.00 and $7.00. Still not bad. The one in Kansas City is almost double that.
Throughout the year, the museum has special exhibits to attract people. One example is the current Vikings exhibition combined with a Vikings festival. Other exhibitions include the Ice Age and Voyages of Discovery. The Science and Nature Museum maintains permanent exhibits as well. These include anything from Explore Colorado to Egyptian Mummies.
The Phipp's IMAX is a big draw because of it's size--over four stories high.
to be continued...
From journal Mile High Denver
Lexington , Kentucky
March 3, 2007
From journal Denver Museum Of Natural History and Science