A Strange Beauty


Location: Leprino Family Atrium, Levels 1, 2, and 3

Free with Museum Admission

A new photography exhibit, "A Strange Beauty, Photographic Studies of the Museum's Collections by John Bonath," includes 62 large-scale works inspired by the Denver Museum of Nature & Science's education, zoology, and earth sciences collections.

The first exhibition of its kind and scale, "A Strange Beauty," presents some of the Museum's collections-such as snake skin sheds, horse skulls, and nests-to the public in the form of art. Collaboration between the local artist and the Museum allowed Bonath the opportunity to photograph these treasures in both a studio at the Museum and in the artist's studio.



Wildlife Exhibits

On Permanent Display
Animals big and small come to life in exquisitely detailed dioramas that transport you around the world.

Plan Your Visit

The Museum is open daily, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. We are closed on December 25.

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