Museum of Natural History (Henderson)

The University of Colorado Museum of Natural History is home to the largest natural history collection in the Rocky Mountain region and features five exhibition galleries where visitors can explore natural and human history through engaging and interactive displays. The youngest visitors enjoy The Discovery Corner where everything is hands-on. Visitors to the BioLounge can sip a hot beverage while experiencing exhibits that focus on biodiversity. The museum is open every day (except university holidays). Admission is free.

1035 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80309

Place Type

Museum

Upcoming Events

CU Museum of Natural History Open House

There is something for everyone at the CU Museum of Natural History! With five exhibition galleries, visitors can explore natural and human history through...

8/22 9am
DIY day at the CU Musem: Upcycle t-shirts

Be creative. Be inspired. Be earth friendly at the CU Museum of Natural History! CU students are invited to drop in for a fun workshop, bring an old t-shirt...

8/22 1pm
CU Museum of Natural History Open House

There is something for everyone at the CU Museum of Natural History! With five exhibition galleries, visitors can explore natural and human history through...

8/23 9am
Recycled Runway at the CU Museum of Natural History

Young designers. Creative genius. Inspiring fashions. The CU Museum will be decked out with a special collection of original garments, designed and...

8/24
CU Museum of Natural History Open House

There is something for everyone at the CU Museum of Natural History! With five exhibition galleries, visitors can explore natural and human history through...

8/24 9am

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Upasana Das

Upasana Das left a positive review 4/5/2018

It was an amazing experience. The tour guide, Jim, was very knowledgable and provided a detailed explanation for some of the rarest collection.

Leighanna Hinojosa

Leighanna Hinojosa left a positive review 2/26/2018

Absolutely amazing to hear about the forest walking to foster environmental learning, a practice highlighted in indigenous epistemologies among others.