‘Our Senses: Creating Your Reality’ opens April 12


Ever since Plato pondered what lay beyond the edge of the cave, man has pondered his reality. And that still holds true today, as the Denver Museum of Nature & Science will host “Our Senses: Creating Your Reality,” an exhibit opening April 12. Guests can play with color, patterns, sounds, scents and textures to discover the deeper meanings of our senses.

Activities include: hunting like a snake to find prey using an infrared viewer; dialing into a variety of animal sounds that exist beyond our normal hearing range; explore a garden through the eyes of a bee or butterfly; and sniff out fragrances in a complex scent.

Opens April 12. Runs from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. through Aug. 4. For more information, visit dmns.org/senses. Denver Museum of Nature & Science. 2001 Colorado Blvd., Denver. 303-370-6000.