Whales Will Star In Saturday’s ‘Night At The Museums’ Event

Whales Will Star In Saturday’s ‘Night At The Museums’ Event

DENVER (CBS4) – Dive into the deep blue sea and experience what whale life is like as part of Denver Arts Week.

The Whales exhibit at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science will open Saturday night as part of the Night at the Museums event.

Some 23 Denver-area museums are opening their doors late on Saturday night. Admission is free for everyone. It’s all part of Denver Arts Week.

The Whales exhibit at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science (credit: CBS)

The Whales exhibit at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science (credit: CBS)

It’s an opportunity for everyone to experience something they haven’t tried before.

“We really want people to have a fun time at the museum. It’s not often that we have a free night so it’s a really great opportunity for the community and the public to come visit us after hours. We’re going to have a lot of activities for people to enjoy that night,” said Denver Museum of Nature and Science spokeswoman Amanda Bennett.

There will be a free shuttle taking people from museum to museum on Saturday night.

There is also a free dance celebration at the McNichols Building from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. Sunday.

Some other highlights include First Friday on Nov. 7 and the Starz Film Festival Nov. 12-23.

LINK: Denver Arts Week | Starz Film Festival

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