Support Buzzbee & School Group Visits

The DAM is Free For Kids and welcomes more than 50,000 school kids from over 530 Colorado schools each year!

The museum is now open every day of the week including Mondays. Large numbers of school groups are planning to tour educational exhibitions like Her Paris: Women Artists in the Age of Impressionism; Linking Asia: Art, Trade, and Devotion; Degas: A Passion for Perfection; and more.

Buzzbee is a new welcome hub for school groups, a Colorado-made trailer installed in front of the Hamilton Building. Buzzbee will help serve the museum’s student visitors while the North Building is being renovated. It will be easy for teachers and chaperones to find Buzzbee, and will make check-in smooth for everyone with tour materials easily accessible, built-in weather protection, and Wi-Fi to connect to museum systems.

Buzzbee is a symbol of our bustling programs throughout the year.

Your donation will help Buzzbee and the DAM deliver inspiring and informative experiences for schoolkids!

A school group at the Buzzbee welcoming hub

A school group at the Buzzbee welcoming hub, excited to start their field trip at the Denver Art Museum.

School groups checking in for their field trip at Buzzbee on the plaza in front of the Denver Art Museum.

School groups checking in for their field trip at Buzzbee on the plaza in front of the Denver Art Museum.

Buzzbee School Reception Trailer on Martin Plaza

Buzzbee in front of the Denver Art Museum's Hamilton Building.

Buzzbee, the school field trip check-in location.

Buzzbee is a Colorado-made teardrop trailer specially outfitted as a school group reception center.

School field trip tour viewing Asian art at the Denver Art Museum.

School field trip tour learning about Asian art.

School group field trip tour in the Western American Art gallery at the Denver Art Museum

School field trip tour learning about Western American art. Photo by Instagrammer @gerreeanderson.