A rainy afternoon brought a large gathering for the much anticipated new Museum of Boulder. Moving from a smaller Victorian Home into their brand new building on Broadway and Pine has allowed the exhibits to grow. The new location provides a platform for the Boulder community to connect its past and its future.
“Bringing the world to Boulder.”
Nancy Geyer, the museum’s CEO, says the new location is, “bringing the world to Boulder.”
The original location could only provide up to 750 square feet for an exhibit, but the new location can now house up to a 4000 square feet experience.
The Da Vinci Machines space, from Florence, Italy, showcases over over 75 inventions of the icon with kid friendly activities.
The soon to be heart of the museum is its permanent exhibition opening this November, Boulder Experience Gallery, that will showcase the rich and warm history of beautiful Boulder, CO.
Also, an interactive kid space, the Google Garage, make a perfect family friendly adventure for any visiting or local Boulderite.
Location: 2205 Broadway, on the corner of Broadway and Pine Street.
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sunday, 10:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed on Tuesday.
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