Mazes & Brain Games
Looking for a family activity for the kids that will be fun and help them develop there problem solving skills? The Mazes and Brain Games exhibit at the Denver Museum is exactly what you're looking for! The Denver Museum of Nature and Science is an independent, nonprofit institution with approximately 350 full-time and part-time staff, more than 1,800 volunteers, and a 25-member board of trustees. It is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums and is a Smithsonian Institution affiliate. Continue reading to find out more about this unique exhibition.
Enriching Fun at The Denver Museum
As the name suggests, the Mazes & Brain Games exhibit at the Denver Museum includes dozens of puzzles and mazes designed with kids in mind. In fact there are some many different things for your kids to do, they'll be having fun for hours. Let them make music in the Junior Explorer Music Maze, a safe place for them to be as loud as they want. They will love getting tangled and untangled in the Web Maze. The age-range for most of the activities are around elementary school and younger. You can watch your kids from a distance or join in the fun too.
Yes, the Mazes & Brain Games exhibit includes exciting family-friendly adventures for kids and parents. There is everything from amazing 3-D puzzles to full body games to nurture your child's creative genius through open-ended play. They can test their perception skills inside the giant Maze of Illusions, which is designed to be visually tricky. There's also the Color Maze where they can get lost in every color of the rainbow. This unique new exhibit will begin on May 20. The exhibit itself is free, though you will have to purchase a general admission ticket upon entering the museum. This also grants you access to many other exhibits in the museum.