The Museum of Nature and Science (Denver, CO)

The Museum of Nature and Science with Arrow Stage LinesSchool outings need to be fun and educational, which is why so many schools choose to take their students to the Museum of Nature and Science in Denver, Colorado. The museum has many different sections, with everything from Egyptian Mummies, Prehistoric Journey (which will take you back through time to when dinosaurs roamed the earth), North American Indian Culture to Space Odyssey, Health, Gems and Minerals and Wildlife exhibits, along with many other interesting and exciting attractions. New exhibits and interactive activity centers are added regularly, so you’ll be experience something new every time you visit.
There is also the fantastic Gates Planetarium, where your group will be wowed by the stunning displays – a visual feast for the eyes on everything from Super Volcanoes, Solar System Weather, Black Holes and more to instil a sense of awe in children and adults alike.
The Museum of Nature and Science with Arrow Stage LinesThe museums offers a variety of choice with different packages for groups, such as Children’s Workshops, Teen Events, and Spring Break Camps / Summer Day Camps which are always lots of fun. The Museum of Nature and Science also caters for those more mature visitors who wish to learn more about Science and Nature. There is everything from the regular Lunchtime Lectures series all the way up to a full-on Palaeontology Certification Programme. For all those travelling in larger groups, coach parties are very well catered for as there is ample parking for the museum (and don’t forget to avail of the group discounts when you are booking with the museum).
It doesn’t matter what age group you are taking to the Museum of Nature and Science in Denver, CO, as there are exhibits suitable for everyone. Add to this the IMAX cinema and the planetarium and you will have a fantastic place for a school outing that everyone will love.
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