||Share your memories of the Museum, whether it's a favorite exhibit, diorama, or something you learned at the Museum. Submit your memories in writing and/or photographs. They will be displayed on our Memory Wall through the end of 2001.
Written memories and photographs can be submitted via email, or mailed to:
Heather Robinson, Marketing Department
Denver Museum of Nature and Science
2001 Colorado Blvd.
Denver, CO 80205
Please Note: Photographs will not be returned to senders.
Read samples from the Memory Wall:
"Walking smack through the back of a diorama gave our son Max one of the biggest thrills of his preschool life.
"Thanks to the DMNS Treasure House program, hidden doors openedboth real and imaginaryalways with fun and knowledge waiting on the other side. As exciting as each monthly topic wasbugs, birds, reptiles, rocks, and morehis favorite was The Making of a Museum. Maxs awe in being allowed behind the glass was eclipsed only by wearing a genuine DMNS security badge, testing the Museum alarm system, and riding the employees-only freight elevators. Treasure House kids never felt like mere visitors in some dusty, old institution; they owned the place! How rewarding it has been for Max to know that he can explore outer space, sift for shark teeth, or warm soup in a Navajo hogan anytime he goes to his Museum.
"Our younger son Evan will begin his Treasure House adventure this April and we couldnt be more delighted."
-Gillian and Steven Segal
"When our daughters were young they were in awe of the dinosaurs. Our youngest, inspired by the Museum, built a meglosaurus for a fifth-grade projectlogs, twigs, and elk antlers. It has remained a fixture on our deck at our log home in Fraser for the past thirteen years. Congratulations for influencing creativity in youngsters and allowing imaginations to run their course."
- Barb and Greg McIlvain.
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