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The art museum's Hamilton Building gets the bulk of traffic, and it deserves it. But don't forget to check out the North Building. Full review →
This seven-story art museum singlehandedly dispels the notion that great art can only be found in European capitals. Full review →
Unique displays of Asian, pre-Columbian, Spanish Colonial, and Native American art are the hallmarks of this model of museum design. Full review →
The museum’s collection of Western and regional works is its cornerstone. Included are Frederic Remington’s bronze The Cheyenne, Charles Russell’s painting In the Enemy’s Country. Full review →
The DAM is home to one of the largest Native American art collections in the USA, and puts on special avant-garde multimedia exhibits. Full review →
This thin, twin-towered building (Gio Ponti), faced in iridescent tile, is a modern fortress looming over Civic Center Plaza. Full review →Highlights include Monet's Waterloo Bridge (1903) and Warhol's Liz (1965).
One of the West's largest art institutions, the Denver Art Museum has been showcasing collections in its 210,000–square-foot North Building since the 1970s. Full review →
This 365,000-square-foot arts complex is home to two wings—one being the architecturally stunning Hamilton Building for contemporary art—and is considered to be the foremost art museum in the state Full review →