Denver Art Museum
100 West 14th Avenue, Denver, CO, USA
www.denverartmuseum.org/home - (720) 865-5000
Denver Art Museum Reviews
Two buildings for the price of one! May 14, 2010
I spent the entire afternoon wandering the many floors of the Denver Art Museum (DAM).
Its a very impressive museum consisting of two separate buildings with about 11 floors between them and containing works of art from around the world..
The DAM houses a stunning collection of, but not limited to, art artifacts from India, Asia, Pre-columbia, Colonial Peru, American Western Genre, Native American and contemporary works...
I was personally amazed with the Indian and Asian art collection... It was possibly one of the best that I have ever seen.
Another cool aspect of the museum was the art educational tools for children, families and lone adults to play with! Each floor also had a educational sitting room equip with comfy chairs, computer, books and other educational tools relating to the artwork displayed on the floor..
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