The Denver Art Museum (DAM) will host its 22nd annual Día del Niño (Day of the Child) celebration on Sunday, April 28. Bring the kids. Free admission. Bilingual activities, hands-on artmaking, musical and artistic performances and more.

The museum will join its Golden Triangle neighbors, including Clyfford Still Museum, Center for Colorado Women’s History, History Colorado Center and the Denver Public Central Library for a neighborhood-wide festival to honor children around the world.

This global celebration of all children at DAM will feature art experiences including live dance and music by international and local artists, hands-on activities in the Creative Hub spaces in the Martin Building and the Dream Studio in the Hamilton Building.

Visitors will have the opportunity to explore all museum galleries and spaces, which currently feature acclaimed exhibitions including Have a Seat: Mexican Chair Design Today, The Skeletal World of José Guadalupe Posada, Fazal Sheikh: Thirst | Exposure | In Place and Weaving a Foundation: Cornerstones of the Textile Arts Collection, as well as the DAM’s global art collections.

Everyone is invited to bring their family and friends to the DAM to Día del Niño, with free admission all day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., which includes full access to all activities, exhibitions, performances and spaces within the museum.

This year, for the first time, visitors will be able to experience the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere in Michoacán, Mexico, through virtual reality visors provided by the Mexican Consulate General in Denver and the Butterfly Pavilion, at the Creative Hub in the Martin Building.

Celebrate local Indigenous elders in the Native Elder’s Exhibition, which highlights the artistry of nine community members ages 55 and over who have been active in making art and in supporting our local Native communities, on view from March 14 through May 30.