CHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF DENVER at MARSICO CAMPUS
       
     
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 Low-Sensory “Nest”
       
     
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JoyPark-Ride the dueling zip line (3).jpg
       
     
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JoyPark-Navigate the river.jpg
       
     
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 Joy Park designed in collaboration with  Mundus Bishop.
       
     
CHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF DENVER at MARSICO CAMPUS
       
     
CHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF DENVER at MARSICO CAMPUS

Denver, Colorado: 2015

The Children’s Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus opened an expanded 9.1 acre campus in November 2015. As part of the expansion, we added a 3.5 story climber where guests may ascend to a glass-capped peak; an arts studio complete with clay, kilns - and an artist in residence program; an energy exhibit where families think like engineers to find, collect and use different resources to power amazing things; a water exhibit that tests theories behind flow, buoyancy, density and displacement; a working teaching kitchen where families can try delicious foods and learn how to prepare them; and Joy Park, a 30,000 sq. ft. one of a kind outdoor park complete with ruins, canyons, a river and sand dunes to explore, designed in collaboration with Mundus Bishop Landscape Architects.

All photos are credited to the Children's Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus.

entry.jpg
       
     
ENTRY_FULL_131204.jpg
       
     
10Art Studio - clay.jpg
       
     
assembly_plant.jpg
       
     
box_canyon.jpg
       
     
20160513_exhibits_331.jpg
       
     
Box Canyon-1.jpg
       
     
climber5.jpg
       
     
climber_bridge.jpg
       
     
climber_interior.jpg
       
     
climber_tryptic.jpg
       
     
Teaching Kitchen-2.jpg
       
     
VOHS-1.JPG
       
     
VOHS-Practice brushing together.jpg
       
     
 Low-Sensory “Nest”
       
     

Low-Sensory “Nest”

lisa_wall.JPG
       
     
The Nest-7.jpg
       
     
water01.jpg
       
     
20160513_exhibits_247.jpg
       
     
20160513_exhibits_261.jpg
       
     
water02.jpg
       
     
20160513_exhibits_289.jpg
       
     
water_tower.jpg
       
     
water_cave.jpg
       
     
new_bubblers.jpg
       
     
water03.jpg
       
     
20160513_exhibits_302.jpg
       
     
20160111_exhibits_189.jpg
       
     
20160513_exhibits_093 (1).jpg
       
     
20160513_exhibits_118.jpg
       
     
fan_wall.jpg
       
     
whoopee_wall.jpg
       
     
energy_quest.jpg
       
     
JoyPark-Ride the dueling zip line (3).jpg
       
     
joy02.jpg
       
     
JoyPark-Navigate the river.jpg
       
     
20150804_childrens-museum_398.jpg
       
     
20160627_joy-park_098.jpg
       
     
Straw Bales new (5).jpg
       
     
20150804_childrens-museum_057.jpg
       
     
 Joy Park designed in collaboration with  Mundus Bishop.
       
     

Joy Park designed in collaboration with Mundus Bishop.