Hide yo’ kids, it’s time for the big kids to play in the weird obstacle course.

Since the start of construction on the Children’s Museum in downtown Denver, many people who drive along I-25 have been wondering the same thing: what in the heck are they building there? It’s been a flow of curious questions until June when the super cool-looking towers were revealed to the public. And of course, we were excited about the opening just as much as you were!

Designed by the Children's Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus' exhibits department and artist Wes Sam-Bruce, Adventure Forest opened June 3, but only allowed children to climb and play through the intricate and fun obstacle course.

Until now!

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Courtesy of Children's Museum (Facebook)

For two nights this summer, Adventure Forest will be exclusively open to adults! July 25 and August 2 from 5-8 p.m., the obstacle course is exclusively open to anyone 18 years or above. Here’s what you need to know before you go and live out your Neverland fantasies:

  • Tickets are $20 per person in advance and $25 at the door. *Please note that tickets are now sold out!*
  • There will be a cash bar and food truck on-site to cater food and drinks.
  • Wear comfy clothes and shoes so you can enjoy the obstacle course in all its glory.

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Courtesy of Children's Museum (Facebook)

Adventure Forest consists of a glass bridge, climbing walls, a 70-foot slide, and a netted area that’s like a spider’s web. It’s a guaranteed good time to anyone looking to release their inner-Lost Boy (or Girl!). 

Will you be planning to go into Adventure Forest this summer? Let us know in the comments below.