Museums in Montclair


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  • Spotlight Theatre Company
    Spotlight Theatre Company began without a home. In 1998, Executive Producer Pat Payne founded the company, which spent the next decade on the road. When it finally settled in to the John Hand Theatre, it celebrated with a well-received production of 12 Angry Men. But their nomadic beginnings informed an aesthetic that ranged well beyond dramas about men and anger. Farces, romances, murder mysteries, and musicals fill out their annual programs, which run all year long.
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    7653 East 1st Place
    Denver, CO US
  • Wings over the Rockies Air and Space Museum
    Aviation Xtreme's simulators let land-locked folk fly aboard jetfighters and WWI- or WWII-era aircraft in aerial missions or close-range combat. Aspiring aces strap into the cockpit of their simulator and choose from aircraft such as an F-15A Eagle, F-4 Phantom, or P-51 Mustang. After a short instructional video, they take off into the realistic blue yonder on a chosen mission, which can include an anti-ship mission or ground-attack mission. Each simulator is part of a larger computerized network, allowing friends to go head-to-head in a dogfight or team up to carve clouds into self-portraits. Aviation Xtreme is housed inside Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum, the former locale of the 1930s-built Lowry Air Force Base that closed in 1995, reports Frommer?s. These days, the 150,000-square-foot hangar houses more than four dozen airplanes, including five Century Series fighters and one of two B-1A Lancers on display in the world. The museum is even home to a full-size X-Wing Starfighter from Star Wars and the Harrison Ford Welcome Theater, where the staff starts each day in hiding to surprise Mr. Ford in case he visits. In addition to aircraft from films, the museum?s space and rocketry exhibits include full-scale replicas of boilerplate spacecrafts used to train Apollo missions to the moon. Others models recreate planes in all their glory, such as the 16-foot Titan II launch vehicle, while hands-on exhibits replicate the conditions of space travel.
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    7711 E Academy Blvd.
    Denver, CO US
  • Mizel Museum
    The Mizel Museum glimpses into Jewish heritage and contemporary experience with exhibits that showcase fine art, film, drama, sculpture, and music, while striving to promote a message of communal understanding and interculturalism. The museum’s permanent exhibit, 4,000 Year Road Trip: Gathering Sparks, explores the diversity within Jewish history with a combination of artistic elements, artifacts, and photography. The 27-acre Babi Yar Park, a project of the Mizel Museum and Denver Parks and Recreation, memorializes Holocaust victims from the Ukraine. Founded in 1971 and dedicated by Elie Weisel, Babi Yar Park will soon incorporate steel from the World Trade Center into its landscape. Along with its exhibits and memorials, the Mizel Museum enlightens the public with outreach programs such as a Working Artists program and interculturalism sessions for teachers. An artist-in-residence program for preschoolers and grade-school kids helps them explore Jewish culture through art forms such as storytelling, puppetry, and blowing bubbles into letters from the Hebrew alphabet. The museum supplies abundant activities for adults, such as painting classes and programs that combine compelling discussion topics with wine and hors d’oeuvres.
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    400 South Kearney St
    Denver, CO US
  • Denver Museum of Nature and Science
    Here, kids have so much fun at hands-on exhibits—including a dinosaur hall where they can handle real fossils—they’ll hardly realize they’re learning at the same time. Parents can also sign their kids up for weekend workshops filled with games, experiments, and crafts.
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    2001 Colorado Blvd
    Denver, CO US

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