My wife and I loved the Denver Art Museum. Very interesting and a nice way to spend a day after a concert at Red Rocks the night before.
About Denver Art Museum
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The museum has various collection of Native American, Western and Asian art, sculptures and paintings, among others. It also features work from various artists in the United States. The collection is showcased between two buildings spread out over a total of 10 floors. This is...More
The best things about this gallery are the 15th-19th century European collections. Sure, there is nothing here to rival the New York Met or the Chicago Art Institute, but there are some quality works, including a Canaletto. Parts of the gallery were closed for refurbishment...More
I deal with art museums in Europe and didn't know what to expect here - it's fantastic. Great modern western and Native American art, well presented and chosen. Wonderful venue, excellent shop with high quality local crafts. Top notch art museum.
Looking to see art? This is your place. It is a good mix of contemporary art alongside traditional art. The Denver Art Museum gives light to many local and regional artists. There are some interesting exhibits but structure and throughlines are always clear. I really...More
I took two 11-year-old girls and a 6 year old boy for the first time on one of their free admission days. Frankly, I wasn't sure what their reactions would be. I remember hating the art museum when we took a class field trip in...More
This is a very large museum with a lot of exhibits. There is enough to fill a day. There is a lot of walking and many floors, so be prepared. The day I went it was free so that was an added bonus. I will...More
There is always something new to see here. We went for the carved bamboo exhibit and enjoyed the whole Asian floor. The exhibit on the Western was great fun. The day we went there was a Native American powow which was fun, too.
On each of my visits to Denver, I made it a point to visit this museum, and I was not disappointed. The museum still looks like it was built yesterday with its visually interesting angled walls and stairs. The temporary exhibits were really well done...More