The Colorado Museum Where It’s Okay To Touch Exhibits
This is not your typical museum.
Most museums strictly forbid patrons to touch the exhibits and some prohibit the taking of pictures. This is one museum where it's okay to get hands-on with the exhibits and to take photos while you're doing it.
Welcome to the Denver Selfie Museum, a brand new attraction in the mile-high city.
The Denver Selfie Museum. which just opened on Labor Day, features unique and interactive displays providing a variety of backgrounds to help you create the most interesting selfies. It's the first museum of it's kind in the country, but openings are planned in New York and Seattle.
You'll find more than 30 murals and backdrops just begging for a selfie with you. Every room and every corner is a new and interesting piece of art.
We live in a selfie world and the internet is loaded with self-portraits. Here's a place where you can load up on selfies to post later and impress your friends.
Admission to the Denver Selfie Museum is $25 for adults, and $20 for kids ages 5-12, and ages 4 and under are free. The museum is located at 1525 Market Street in downtown Denver.