You can’t learn about water without getting a little wet

At the Children’s Museum, the kids are launching geysers, playing with water jets and creating a thunderstorm.

May 8, 2017 | By: Kim Unger

Kids running around, squealing with delight, water splashing everywhere. Is this any way for a museum to behave?

It is if you’re the Children’s Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus. The museum’s new expansion includes an interactive exhibit called, appropriately, “Water.”

Sponsored by Denver Water, the exhibit encourages children to splash around, make objects float and even make music with raindrops — all while learning about what makes water do the things it does.

It’s a delightful experience for kids and their parents, as you can see in this video.

Denver Water customers can experience the exhibit at a discounted rate from May 8 to 14. Present your March or April bill at the museum and receive $1 off admission for each family member and 5 percent off gift shop purchases.


Contributing: Jessica Mahaffey and Travis Thompson

1 thought on “You can’t learn about water without getting a little wet”

  1. Thanks for the video showing the water feature at the Children’s Museum. I plan to take my grandkids to it; they’ll love it!

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