Denver Museum of Nature & Science
March 14 is Pi Day, the best time to get a little nerdy while indulging in some tasty pie. Take a look at these great ways to celebrate Pi Day in Denver.
Denver is home to many fantastic events that cater to the geeky crowd. The nerd population is definitely on the rise with more and more people choosing intellectually stimulating events in their spare time.
It’s not dinosaurs but in many ways it’s even more interesting; exploring a time when great creatures of the past and man began to interact.
Scientists at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science said the meteor that struck Earth likely came from an asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. And it could happen more often.
Take a trip back in time thousands of years without a time machine or leaving Denver at the new “Mammoths and Mastodons: Titans of the Ice Age” exhibit at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
As part of Denver Arts Week the city will host the sixth annual Night at the Museums on Saturday, Nov. 3.
The new exhibit at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science has been 2,000 years in the making. Now, everyone will get the chance to experience “A Day in Pompeii.”
More than 250 artifacts buried for centuries in the ash will be on display at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science starting Friday, in their new “A Day in Pompeii” exhibit.
It’s a journey back to ancient Italy nearly 2,000 years ago and it marks two nightmare days on the southern flanks of Mount Vesuvius.
It’s nearly impossible to get away from those TV commercials claiming each candidate for president has outsourced jobs, and on Wednesday Colorado Republicans fired their own accusations at the Obama administration.