The Denver Art Museum recently announced the Free for Kids program, made possible by generous grants from Scott Reiman and Kaiser Permanente Colorado. This will allow more youth to have access to the museum's arts and education programs.
With a Family Membership or above, all kids in the member household get free admission to special ticketed exhibitions (a fee still applies for nonmembers). Members are assured the best prices for such exhibitions as In Bloom: Painting Flowers in the Age of Impressionism, which is free for members, including children in member households.
With a Family Membership to the museum you enjoy unlimited free general admission for an entire year for two named card-holders and two free general admission guest passes, plus:
- Free membership cards for all children residing in the same household
- Free admission for all children residing in the household for all special ticketed exhibitions, including In Bloom and Wyeth: Andrew and Jamie in the Studio
- Discounted rates and priority registration for kids' classes and birthday parties
- Special kid-friendly offers and communications including a special gift on each child's birthday
Not a member? Join today.