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Questions? 303-791-7323

Sunday September 20, 2020

Each pass admits 2 guests of any age. Timed entry tickets are available every 20 minutes, with a 20 guest maximum.

Once you make your Adventure Pass reservation and receive an email confirmation, contact the Butterfly Pavilion at 303-469-7660 between 9:00 am - 4:15 pm to reserve your timed entry tickets over the phone. Ticket times are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Tickets may be reserved up two weeks in advance and are only valid for the date listed. At this time, tickets are non-transferable to another time slot.

Print this pass for access to the venue. Present your Adventure Pass at the front desk when you check-in.

For complete safety guidelines, visit the Butterfly Pavilion website. Guests ages 3 and above will not be allowed entry without adequate face covering.

        [1 available ]

Each pass admits up to 2 people.

You must contact the museum at 720-354-4880 to reserve entry tickets for a specific time. Find the date you are looking for using the library’s pass calendar and call the museum. Share with them the date and time you prefer; they will then let you know what times are available. Once you decide on a date and time, tell the museum and reserve the library pass. They will book your ticket(s) and email them to you.

Bring both the museum ticket and library pass with you. The museum will accept both printed and digital versions.

The museum is open Tuesday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day.

        [2 available ]

Each pass admits up to 4 people.

Reserve a library pass on the date you would like to attend.

Print this pass for access to the venue.

Visitors (age 3 and older) are required to wear masks at all times during their visit, and social distancing precautions are in place. The general museum guidelines are no food or drink in the museum, no flash photography, and no touching of objects or exhibits.

For complete safety guidelines, visit the Denver Firefighters Museum website.

        [2 available ]

Each pass admits up to 7 people, ages 3 and up. (Kids under 3 are free.)

Once you make your Adventure Pass reservation and receive an email confirmation, contact the Denver Museum of Nature & Science at 303.370.6306 to secure a timed ticket for the Museum, and add on any special exhibit entries needed, such as IMAX Theater, Planetarium, or temporary exhibition tickets if you choose.

The IMAX Theater ($7) and Planetarium ($5) have reopened with limited capacity. There are also temporary exhibits that require a timed ticket and have an additional cost. If you would like to purchase a ticket for the IMAX, Planetarium, or a temporary exhibit, you need to do this when you are obtaining your timed museum entry for the day of your Adventure Pass at 303.370.6306.

Print this pass for access to the venue and bring it with you at your designed entry time (the time you arranged by calling the Museum).

The City & County of Denver has a face covering order in place for all indoor public spaces. All guests ages 3 and older are required to wear a face covering over their nose and mouth at all times while visiting the Museum. For complete safety guidelines, visit the Denver Museum of Nature & Science website.

        [5 available ]

Each pass admits up to 2 adults and 2 children.

After making your Adventure Pass reservation, contact History Colorado at 303-866-2394 to reserve entry tickets for a specific time.

History Colorado offers a free year-long membership to all fourth grade students in the state.

        [2 available ]

Each pass admits 4 people.

You must contact the museum at 303-836-4092, ext. 13, to reserve entry tickets for a specific time. Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Find the date you are looking for using the library’s pass calendar and call the museum. Share with them the date and time you prefer. They will let you know what times are available. Once you decide on a date and time, tell the museum and reserve the library pass. They will book your ticket(s). 

All guests are required to wear masks and maintain 6 feet of distance between themselves and other guests/staff. Visit the museum website for the latest updates and safety guidelines.

All tours are self-guided at this time. Before you go to the museum please download a guide. There are four ways you can do this:

  1. If you would like written text, audio, and images AND have an iPhone, visit the App Store and download Vamonde.
  2. If you want an audio tour and you own an Android device, visit Google Play and download Soundcloud.
  3. Bookmark the Molly Brown tour through Vamonde in your web browser for text and images only.
  4. Download and/or print a pdf of the tour.

Print this pass for access to the museum. Valid only for the date printed on the pass.

For complete safety guidelines, visit the Molly Brown House Museum website.

        [1 available ]

Each pass admits up to 4 adults. (Free admission for ages 0-18.)

Open Monday, 12-5pm, for members or library pass users. Open Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-8pm and Sunday, 10am-5pm. Free admission on weekends through the run of the current exhibition, Nari Ward's: We the People. Timed tickets must be reserved for entry into the museum regardless of day.

Pass holders MUST call MCA Denver at 303-298-7544 to reserve timed tickets, and mention that they are using an Adventure Pass through Douglas County Libraries.

Visit the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver website for info on seasonal hours of operation.

*Museum will be closed for installation September 21, 2020- Oct 1,2020.

Holiday closures include Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s, and Independence Day (Please check the website for additional holiday closures).

Parking note: Validated parking is available in the parking garage across 15th Street for $6 for 2 hours; validation is available at the museum front desk. After 4pm and on weekends, parking is $5, no validation required. Limited meter parking available on Delgany Street.

        [2 available ]

You must have a barcoded ticket from Wings before you visit. Do not use Adventure Pass to reserve your pass.

Tickets admit up to 4 people. Timed entry tickets are available in 2-hour blocks. Visits are limited to 2 hours.

Book your tickets here. Tickets will be reserved once you receive confirmation from the Museum. Masks are required for all guests. For complete safety guidelines, visit the Wings Over the Rockies website.

        [1 available ]

Monday September 21, 2020

Each pass admits 2 guests of any age. Timed entry tickets are available every 20 minutes, with a 20 guest maximum.

Once you make your Adventure Pass reservation and receive an email confirmation, contact the Butterfly Pavilion at 303-469-7660 between 9:00 am - 4:15 pm to reserve your timed entry tickets over the phone. Ticket times are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Tickets may be reserved up two weeks in advance and are only valid for the date listed. At this time, tickets are non-transferable to another time slot.

Print this pass for access to the venue. Present your Adventure Pass at the front desk when you check-in.

For complete safety guidelines, visit the Butterfly Pavilion website. Guests ages 3 and above will not be allowed entry without adequate face covering.

        [0 available ]

Each pass admits up to 2 people.

You must contact the museum at 720-354-4880 to reserve entry tickets for a specific time. Find the date you are looking for using the library’s pass calendar and call the museum. Share with them the date and time you prefer; they will then let you know what times are available. Once you decide on a date and time, tell the museum and reserve the library pass. They will book your ticket(s) and email them to you.

Bring both the museum ticket and library pass with you. The museum will accept both printed and digital versions.

The museum is open Tuesday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day.

        [0 available ]

Each pass admits up to 4 people.

Reserve a library pass on the date you would like to attend.

Print this pass for access to the venue.

Visitors (age 3 and older) are required to wear masks at all times during their visit, and social distancing precautions are in place. The general museum guidelines are no food or drink in the museum, no flash photography, and no touching of objects or exhibits.

For complete safety guidelines, visit the Denver Firefighters Museum website.

        [0 available ]

Each pass admits up to 7 people, ages 3 and up. (Kids under 3 are free.)

Once you make your Adventure Pass reservation and receive an email confirmation, contact the Denver Museum of Nature & Science at 303.370.6306 to secure a timed ticket for the Museum, and add on any special exhibit entries needed, such as IMAX Theater, Planetarium, or temporary exhibition tickets if you choose.

The IMAX Theater ($7) and Planetarium ($5) have reopened with limited capacity. There are also temporary exhibits that require a timed ticket and have an additional cost. If you would like to purchase a ticket for the IMAX, Planetarium, or a temporary exhibit, you need to do this when you are obtaining your timed museum entry for the day of your Adventure Pass at 303.370.6306.

Print this pass for access to the venue and bring it with you at your designed entry time (the time you arranged by calling the Museum).

The City & County of Denver has a face covering order in place for all indoor public spaces. All guests ages 3 and older are required to wear a face covering over their nose and mouth at all times while visiting the Museum. For complete safety guidelines, visit the Denver Museum of Nature & Science website.

        [0 available ]

Each pass admits up to 2 adults and 2 children.

After making your Adventure Pass reservation, contact History Colorado at 303-866-2394 to reserve entry tickets for a specific time.

History Colorado offers a free year-long membership to all fourth grade students in the state.

        [0 available ]

Each pass admits 4 people.

You must contact the museum at 303-836-4092, ext. 13, to reserve entry tickets for a specific time. Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Find the date you are looking for using the library’s pass calendar and call the museum. Share with them the date and time you prefer. They will let you know what times are available. Once you decide on a date and time, tell the museum and reserve the library pass. They will book your ticket(s). 

All guests are required to wear masks and maintain 6 feet of distance between themselves and other guests/staff. Visit the museum website for the latest updates and safety guidelines.

All tours are self-guided at this time. Before you go to the museum please download a guide. There are four ways you can do this:

  1. If you would like written text, audio, and images AND have an iPhone, visit the App Store and download Vamonde.
  2. If you want an audio tour and you own an Android device, visit Google Play and download Soundcloud.
  3. Bookmark the Molly Brown tour through Vamonde in your web browser for text and images only.
  4. Download and/or print a pdf of the tour.

Print this pass for access to the museum. Valid only for the date printed on the pass.

For complete safety guidelines, visit the Molly Brown House Museum website.

        [0 available ]

Each pass admits up to 4 adults. (Free admission for ages 0-18.)

Open Monday, 12-5pm, for members or library pass users. Open Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-8pm and Sunday, 10am-5pm. Free admission on weekends through the run of the current exhibition, Nari Ward's: We the People. Timed tickets must be reserved for entry into the museum regardless of day.

Pass holders MUST call MCA Denver at 303-298-7544 to reserve timed tickets, and mention that they are using an Adventure Pass through Douglas County Libraries.

Visit the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver website for info on seasonal hours of operation.

*Museum will be closed for installation September 21, 2020- Oct 1,2020.

Holiday closures include Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s, and Independence Day (Please check the website for additional holiday closures).

Parking note: Validated parking is available in the parking garage across 15th Street for $6 for 2 hours; validation is available at the museum front desk. After 4pm and on weekends, parking is $5, no validation required. Limited meter parking available on Delgany Street.

        [0 available ]

You must have a barcoded ticket from Wings before you visit. Do not use Adventure Pass to reserve your pass.

Tickets admit up to 4 people. Timed entry tickets are available in 2-hour blocks. Visits are limited to 2 hours.

Book your tickets here. Tickets will be reserved once you receive confirmation from the Museum. Masks are required for all guests. For complete safety guidelines, visit the Wings Over the Rockies website.

        [1 available ]

Tuesday September 22, 2020

Each pass admits 2 guests of any age. Timed entry tickets are available every 20 minutes, with a 20 guest maximum.

Once you make your Adventure Pass reservation and receive an email confirmation, contact the Butterfly Pavilion at 303-469-7660 between 9:00 am - 4:15 pm to reserve your timed entry tickets over the phone. Ticket times are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Tickets may be reserved up two weeks in advance and are only valid for the date listed. At this time, tickets are non-transferable to another time slot.

Print this pass for access to the venue. Present your Adventure Pass at the front desk when you check-in.

For complete safety guidelines, visit the Butterfly Pavilion website. Guests ages 3 and above will not be allowed entry without adequate face covering.

        [0 available ]

Each pass admits up to 2 people.

You must contact the museum at 720-354-4880 to reserve entry tickets for a specific time. Find the date you are looking for using the library’s pass calendar and call the museum. Share with them the date and time you prefer; they will then let you know what times are available. Once you decide on a date and time, tell the museum and reserve the library pass. They will book your ticket(s) and email them to you.

Bring both the museum ticket and library pass with you. The museum will accept both printed and digital versions.

The museum is open Tuesday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day.

        [2 available ]

Each pass admits up to 4 people.

Reserve a library pass on the date you would like to attend.

Print this pass for access to the venue.

Visitors (age 3 and older) are required to wear masks at all times during their visit, and social distancing precautions are in place. The general museum guidelines are no food or drink in the museum, no flash photography, and no touching of objects or exhibits.

For complete safety guidelines, visit the Denver Firefighters Museum website.

        [2 available ]

Each pass admits up to 7 people, ages 3 and up. (Kids under 3 are free.)

Once you make your Adventure Pass reservation and receive an email confirmation, contact the Denver Museum of Nature & Science at 303.370.6306 to secure a timed ticket for the Museum, and add on any special exhibit entries needed, such as IMAX Theater, Planetarium, or temporary exhibition tickets if you choose.

The IMAX Theater ($7) and Planetarium ($5) have reopened with limited capacity. There are also temporary exhibits that require a timed ticket and have an additional cost. If you would like to purchase a ticket for the IMAX, Planetarium, or a temporary exhibit, you need to do this when you are obtaining your timed museum entry for the day of your Adventure Pass at 303.370.6306.

Print this pass for access to the venue and bring it with you at your designed entry time (the time you arranged by calling the Museum).

The City & County of Denver has a face covering order in place for all indoor public spaces. All guests ages 3 and older are required to wear a face covering over their nose and mouth at all times while visiting the Museum. For complete safety guidelines, visit the Denver Museum of Nature & Science website.

        [5 available ]

Each pass admits up to 2 adults and 2 children.

After making your Adventure Pass reservation, contact History Colorado at 303-866-2394 to reserve entry tickets for a specific time.

History Colorado offers a free year-long membership to all fourth grade students in the state.

        [2 available ]

Each pass admits 4 people.

You must contact the museum at 303-836-4092, ext. 13, to reserve entry tickets for a specific time. Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Find the date you are looking for using the library’s pass calendar and call the museum. Share with them the date and time you prefer. They will let you know what times are available. Once you decide on a date and time, tell the museum and reserve the library pass. They will book your ticket(s). 

All guests are required to wear masks and maintain 6 feet of distance between themselves and other guests/staff. Visit the museum website for the latest updates and safety guidelines.

All tours are self-guided at this time. Before you go to the museum please download a guide. There are four ways you can do this:

  1. If you would like written text, audio, and images AND have an iPhone, visit the App Store and download Vamonde.
  2. If you want an audio tour and you own an Android device, visit Google Play and download Soundcloud.
  3. Bookmark the Molly Brown tour through Vamonde in your web browser for text and images only.
  4. Download and/or print a pdf of the tour.

Print this pass for access to the museum. Valid only for the date printed on the pass.

For complete safety guidelines, visit the Molly Brown House Museum website.

        [1 available ]

Each pass admits up to 4 adults. (Free admission for ages 0-18.)

Open Monday, 12-5pm, for members or library pass users. Open Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-8pm and Sunday, 10am-5pm. Free admission on weekends through the run of the current exhibition, Nari Ward's: We the People. Timed tickets must be reserved for entry into the museum regardless of day.

Pass holders MUST call MCA Denver at 303-298-7544 to reserve timed tickets, and mention that they are using an Adventure Pass through Douglas County Libraries.

Visit the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver website for info on seasonal hours of operation.

*Museum will be closed for installation September 21, 2020- Oct 1,2020.

Holiday closures include Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s, and Independence Day (Please check the website for additional holiday closures).

Parking note: Validated parking is available in the parking garage across 15th Street for $6 for 2 hours; validation is available at the museum front desk. After 4pm and on weekends, parking is $5, no validation required. Limited meter parking available on Delgany Street.

        [2 available ]

You must have a barcoded ticket from Wings before you visit. Do not use Adventure Pass to reserve your pass.

Tickets admit up to 4 people. Timed entry tickets are available in 2-hour blocks. Visits are limited to 2 hours.

Book your tickets here. Tickets will be reserved once you receive confirmation from the Museum. Masks are required for all guests. For complete safety guidelines, visit the Wings Over the Rockies website.

        [1 available ]