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Black American West Museum
3091 California Ave
The Black American West Museum tells the forgotten story of African American cowboys, who made up as many as one third of all the cowboys on the great cattle drives. Housed in the home of Dr. Justina Ford, Denver's first African American doctor, the museum has exhibits, historic photos and artifacts that tell the story of the many contributions made by African Americans in settling the West.
Buffalo Bill's Grave & Museum
987 Half Lookout Mountain Rd
This museum is filled with memorabilia honoring the famous frontier scout, showman and Pony Express rider, William F. Cody. Exhibitions include gun collections and posters from the Wild West Show. A beautiful view of the mountains and the plains is visible from his gravesite.
Butterfly Pavilion & Insect Center
6252 W 104th Ave
Featuring a lush tropical forest filled with up to 1,600 free-flying butterflies, this is an adventure you won't want to miss. There is also an insect center, gift shop, outdoor gardens and many fun, educational exhibits.
The Children's Museum of Denver
2121 Childrens Museum Dr
The Children's Museum of Denver is a unique participatory museum for children and families. This museum features interactive exhibits and activities. Children can learn to ski on KidSlope, shoot baskets, compare measurements in SizeWise, sample the latest in computer software in CompuLab, and much more.
The Colorado History Museum
1300 Broadway (just off Civic Center)
The Colorado History Museum offers a series of dioramas and exhibits that trace the colorful history of the Indians, explorers, gold miners, cowboys and pioneers that have called Colorado home. Exhibits include an outstanding collection of William Henry Jackson photos and a large diorama of Denver as it appeared in 1860. Call for information on special exhibits.