Stonehenge Exhibit - Denver Museum of Nature & Science
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Opens March 11, 2021 for members
Opens March 12, 2021 for general public
The people who built the first Stonehenge 4,500–5,000 years ago were among Britain’s earliest farmers, living in the sacred Salisbury Plain. The Stonehenge that stands today was built an estimated 500 years later around 2500 BCE. While there are many known henges—or monuments—what makes this second iteration of Stonehenge unique is that most of its stones were brought from Wales, which lies 150 miles to the west.
Explore Stonehenge’s story – one of change and evolution – through hundreds of artifacts and modern science. Immerse yourself in the science and the spirit of place that is Stonehenge!
This exhibition is produced by MuseumsPartner in Austria in collaboration with English Heritage.
Modified Museum Admission Ticketing Due to Covid-19
All guests, including members, must schedule a date and time for their visit to the Museum in advance by securing a timed MUSEUM ADMISSION ticket. This will allow us to manage the number of people in the Museum at one time and help ensure a safe and fun experience for everyone.
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