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Mizel Museum, Denver

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The Mizel Museum's exhibit, 4,000 Year Road Trip: Gathering Sparks, is a dynamic journey through art, photography, video and installations that narrate and celebrate the Jewish journey.

Babi Yar Park, a project of the Mizel Museum and the City and County of Denver and Denver Parks and Recreation, is a living memorial to victims of terror and genocide. The park, located at the corner of Havanah and Yale in Denver, is open for public use daily from 5:00 am to 11:00 pm.

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  • i spent a wonderful hour or so viewing the exhibits, talking with Penny, the Education Director, about their programs. Really enjoyed the art, especially the oral histories on video, very rich... 
    i spent a wonderful hour or so viewing the exhibits, talking with Penny, the Education Director, about their programs. Really enjoyed the art, especially the oral histories on video, very rich...  more »
  • We attended a concert on a Sunday evening while visiting in the area. We attended and enjoyed very much Locals brought desserts for after. Nice evening. 
    We attended a concert on a Sunday evening while visiting in the area. We attended and enjoyed very much Locals brought desserts for after. Nice evening.  more »
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  • I like the Mizel Museum. It is a museum dedicated to Jewish art. I enjoyed their permanent exhibits. I liked the exhibit called Abide which is a photography exhibit on survivors of the Holocaust. It is a small museum and does not change exhibits that often. It is still worth a trip to.
  • The Mizel Museum is small in size but big in impact. The displays are beautifully arranged with good explanation of what you are seeing. There is a general area and an area of the history of Jews in Colorado and a room with the news relating to WWII. In March there will be a display of pictures of Holocaust survivors. Informative, interesting and beautifully done.

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