On October 26th, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science will open the doors to an exciting new exhibit. Called ¡CUBA!, the exhibit will transport visitors from Denver to the island nation of Cuba in the Caribbean Ocean.
Since the country has historically been closed off to much of the world, its fascinating culture and rich ecosystems are not well-known to a lot of Americans. However, the museum is aiming to introduce Denverites to Cuba and the many things that make this nation so unique.What You Can Expect
Stroll through a “plaza” in the exhibit that is meant to mimic city squares found in the capital Havana and other urban areas. As you walk around, different elements of Cuban culture will emerge.
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