The museum is implementing new safety guidelines for guests to enjoy the John Denver exhibit, among others.

History Colorado Center joins restaurants, bars, museums, and other attractions across the state of Colorado that have started to reopen following all of the closures due to the coronavirus pandemic. As of June 22, a phased reopening has been put in place.

Between now and August 31, Mondays at the History Colorado Center will be reserved for members only, while it will be open to the general public during the remainder of the week.

In addition to the reopening announcement, the museum also shared that a new exhibit will be opening. The John Denver Experience exhibit is described as "an ode to the boundless joy and creative spirit of an immortal songwriter, performer, environmentalist, and humanitarian."

The no-to-low touch exhibition features a sunshine room, photographs taken by Denver, footage from concerts, and more.

To purchase member tickets, click here. To purchase non-member tickets, click here.

Guests of the museum will be required to wear masks/face coverings and adhere to the social distancing guidelines put in place. View the full set of COVID-19 guidelines, as recommended by the CDC.

Download the John Denver Experience activity sheet for your kiddos (ages 4 and up) to partake in a scavenger hunt throughout their visit and see how many items they can check off!

Are you excited to see more museums and other attractions opening their doors to the public once more? What's your favorite John Denver song? Leave a comment below.