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Just a month left to catch the Ginghis Khan at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science

Since mid-October the third floor of the Denver Museum of Nature and Science has been transformed into a far-reaching steppe of 13th century Mongolia. Little less than one month remains, however, until the treasure of the vastest empire in human history are packed away and the Ginghis Khan exhibit leaves town.

The exhibit, which ends on February 7, offers a rare insight into the life of the world’s greatest conqueror through some of the few remaining artifacts of a largely nomadic civilization. Ginghis Khan is also highly interactive, offering live cultural performances and crafts for the kids. Upon entrance, visitors are assigned one of six characters from the time of Ginghis Khan whose life they follow via story kiosks located throughout the exhibit.

Tickets for Ginghis Khan Admission (includes Museum admission and free parking)
Adults- $20
Juniors (ages 3–18)- $11
Seniors (65+)- $11
For more information visit the DMNS website.


  • Brenda and Gary 4 years ago

    Looks interesting, I bet there is a lot of beautiful things to see. Love, Brenda and Gary.



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