DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver Art Museum announced on Wednesday that they will be opening their new welcome center in June 2020. The Anna and John J. Sie Welcome Center will open on June 6.

An artist’s rendering shows how the new welcome center will look. (credit: Denver Art Museum)

The new three-story Sie Welcome Center will serve as a gateway between the museum’s Frederic C. Hamilton Building and the Lanny and Sharon Martin Building (formerly known as North Building), which is being modernized for future visitors. The Martin Building, which was designed by Gio Ponti, will also partially reopen.

denver art museum Sie Welcome Center

Sie Welcome Center (credit: Denver Art Museum)

“Our staff will turn these incredible new spaces into an engaging, welcoming and interactive art museum for all,” said museum director Christoph Heinrich.

Three levels of the Martin Building will reopen on June 6, and will include the new Bartlit Learning and Engagement Center. The center includes classrooms and will be located on the main and lower levels of the building. Other levels of the Martin Building will open at a later date.

A view from inside the remodeled Martin Building on Nov. 13, 2019.

A view from inside the Denver Art Museum’s remodeled Martin Building on Wednesday. (credit: CBS)

(credit: CBS)

Starting on June 6, visitors will enter the museum and buy tickets at the Sie Welcome Center. The center features two different dining options.

Learn more about DAM’s big plans at denverartmuseum.org.

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