Meet women scientists and experience the many diverse opportunities a future in science, technology, engineering, art, and math can bring.
Celebrate Boulder artists at a variety of diverse events including public art exhibits, theater, performances, and more, in different venues around the city.
Delve into the world of living things that blink, glow, flash, and flicker, from tiny fireflies to strange creatures in the ocean depths. Explore the mysterious world of bioluminescence and biofluorescence, visible light emitted by living things. See larger-than-life models, engaging immersive environments, fun activities, and real animals, fungi, and minerals that get their glow…
Held on the second Saturday of each month. Explore and create through hands-on activities like adobe brick-making, building log cabins, and role playing.
Tour an exhibit by Nathan Abels, which embeds contemporary technologies and icons into scenes from a perspective of faith, ritual, and religion.
Discover, design, doodle, and more, in the museum’s new and improved play space in which children can touch real museum specimens.
Attend Colorado's largest display of RVs, outdoor products, accessories, vacation spots, and daily seminars.
Explore 2-1/2 acres of trains with displays, demonstrations, sales, and clinics. Admission is good for both days.
Go beyond familiar dinosaurs to showcase some of the most spectacular fossils unearthed in recent years. Evolving in isolation, the discoveries from Africa, South America and Madagascar are among the strangest creatures you have ever met.
Honor the legacy and achievements of Longmont native Vance Brand, an astronaut with the Apollo program, in a space-themed exhibit.
Meet other people who enjoy learning and sharing what they can do from engineers to artists to scientists to crafters. See their hobbies, experiments and projects. Ticket prices vary by date and age. Visit website for details.
Explore age-appropriate, multi-sensory exhibits, activities, and programs that focus on science process skills as children explore basic concepts in physical science, life science, earth and space sciences, math, and human culture.
See the exhibit that showcases prolific French artist Edgar Degas’ works from 1855 to 1906. More than 100 works consisting of paintings, drawings, pastels, etchings, monotypes, and sculptures in bronze will be on view. The exhibition will focus on the most prominent and recurring themes throughout Degas’ 60-year career. These include his interest in learning…
Attend a talk with artists Josiah Lopez, Antonia Fernandez, Justin Favela, Daniel Salazar, Carlos Fresquez, and Jerry Vigil and learn about their connection to the Pachuco movement.
View a solo exhibition by Joel Swanson, which explores the structures and technologies of language, their materialities, and their modes of signification through digital art, sculpture, and interactive installations, in the MacMillan Family Lobby and Hand-Rudy Gallery.
Go back in time to when the Arapaho and Cheyenne Indians arrived in Colorado, learn about the earliest settlements in the St. Vrain valley, experience the arrival of the train, and more.