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Jefferson County Public Library

Borrow a museum pass from the library and explore local cultural institutions, free of charge.

Please note:  Some museums are currently requiring additional reservations. Check your booking confirmation carefully for details.

Thursday September 24, 2020

Important 2020 Information - Additional reservation required:

  • After you book your Culture Pass through the Library, please call 303-866-2394 to reserve a time slot.
  • Timed entry.
  • Masks required.
  • Hands-on elements of exhibits have been removed or modified.
  • Visit the website for the latest updates.

Culture Passes are not available June - August.

This pass allows up to 2 adults and 2 children to enter both of the of the following museums on your requested visit date at no cost: History Colorado Center Colorado’s past contains countless stories, each as varied as its landscapes and as diverse as its people. The History Colorado Center’s hands-on and high-tech exhibits take you back in time, connecting what WAS to what’s NEXT. They’re unexpected, thought-provoking, and relevant. And most of all, fun! Join us for an inspirational journey that will ignite your imagination and touch your heart. Be part of the story. Byers-Evans House Enjoy a distinctive house museum. Enter one of Denver's great historic homes, built in 1883 by Rocky Mountain News publisher Williams Byers and sold in 1889 to the family of William Gray Evans, an officer of the Denver Tramway Company.
Please note that this admission is not valid for school or group visits, surcharged exhibits or events.

 

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Friday September 25, 2020

Important 2020 Information - Additional reservation required:

  • After you book your Culture Pass through the Library, please call 303-866-2394 to reserve a time slot.
  • Timed entry.
  • Masks required.
  • Hands-on elements of exhibits have been removed or modified.
  • Visit the website for the latest updates.

Culture Passes are not available June - August.

This pass allows up to 2 adults and 2 children to enter both of the of the following museums on your requested visit date at no cost: History Colorado Center Colorado’s past contains countless stories, each as varied as its landscapes and as diverse as its people. The History Colorado Center’s hands-on and high-tech exhibits take you back in time, connecting what WAS to what’s NEXT. They’re unexpected, thought-provoking, and relevant. And most of all, fun! Join us for an inspirational journey that will ignite your imagination and touch your heart. Be part of the story. Byers-Evans House Enjoy a distinctive house museum. Enter one of Denver's great historic homes, built in 1883 by Rocky Mountain News publisher Williams Byers and sold in 1889 to the family of William Gray Evans, an officer of the Denver Tramway Company.
Please note that this admission is not valid for school or group visits, surcharged exhibits or events.

 

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Saturday September 26, 2020

Important 2020 Information - Additional reservation required:

  • After you book your Culture Pass through the Library, please call 303-866-2394 to reserve a time slot.
  • Timed entry.
  • Masks required.
  • Hands-on elements of exhibits have been removed or modified.
  • Visit the website for the latest updates.

Culture Passes are not available June - August.

This pass allows up to 2 adults and 2 children to enter both of the of the following museums on your requested visit date at no cost: History Colorado Center Colorado’s past contains countless stories, each as varied as its landscapes and as diverse as its people. The History Colorado Center’s hands-on and high-tech exhibits take you back in time, connecting what WAS to what’s NEXT. They’re unexpected, thought-provoking, and relevant. And most of all, fun! Join us for an inspirational journey that will ignite your imagination and touch your heart. Be part of the story. Byers-Evans House Enjoy a distinctive house museum. Enter one of Denver's great historic homes, built in 1883 by Rocky Mountain News publisher Williams Byers and sold in 1889 to the family of William Gray Evans, an officer of the Denver Tramway Company.
Please note that this admission is not valid for school or group visits, surcharged exhibits or events.

 

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