Gallery Games for kids and families at the Denver Art Museum

Gallery Games

Gallery games are a fun way for kids and families to look closely at artworks and for families to enjoy exhibitions together. As with all hands-on family activities at the Denver Art Museum, gallery games are available in both English and Spanish.

Look for gallery games in these exhibitions:

Stampede: Animals in Art

Hamilton Building, Level 3

In this scavenger-hunt game, animals have gone missing from the zoo! Look for creatures in the artworks, and help them find their way back home.

Ganesha: The Playful Protector

Hamilton Building, Level 2

An illustrated storybook tells how the Hindu-deity Ganesha broke his tusk. Spot the details in the artwork as you read along!

Her Paris: Women Artists in the Age of Impressionism

Hamilton Building, Level 2

How would you like to spend a day in Paris? Check off all the sights on your list as you wander through the exhibition. (Please note: A ticket is required for this exhibition.)

Linking Asia: Art, Trade, and Devotion (Opens December 17, 2017)

Hamilton Building, Level 1

Become a merchant, maker, or monk, and find all of the objects on your list as you travel across Asia.