"Dogs! A Science Tail" is now open.
"Have you ever wondered to yourself what your dog is thinking?" asks the Denver Museum of Nature & Science (DMNS). Well, wonder no longer! A new exhibit, Dogs! A Science Tail, will give you a glimpse inside the mind and body of your canine companions.
Featured at the museum until January 3, 2021, the interactive exhibit focuses on the ways dogs can see, hear, and smell, as well as dive into the relationship between man and man's best friend.
"The exhibition will leave you with a better understanding of what lies at the heart of one of the most successful interspecies partnerships of all time," writes the DMNS.
From learning how to care for a dog to being able to interact with a virtual dog, there's plenty of dog-gone fun to be had!
Tickets are available for purchase online. A separate dated and timed ticket is required for both the museum's general admission and the Dogs! exhibit. Face coverings and masks are required for all guests ages 3 and older while visiting the museum.
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