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Take advantage of SCFD’s Free Days

Educational and artistic opportunities await.

Posted on September 29, 2021 2021Historic and Natural Resources

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Are you and your family looking for new and interesting ways to gain new perspectives and understanding of the world around us.

Thanks to the Scientific Cultural and Facilities District there are opportunities for students of all ages to partake in free cultural experiences presented by organizations around the Denver Metro Area.

Whether seeking to learn about railroad history, celebrate our servicemen and women, or spend time appreciating art, the following SCFD organizations have your entrance fee and interest covered.

For more information about the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District and all of the organizations participating in 2021 Free Days — including specific dates and locations — please visit the SCFD website at www.scfd.org. Other featured SCFD members offering Free Days in 2021 include the Denver Art Museum, Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Denver Center for Performing Arts, the Denver Zoo and many more.

Denver Metro voters created the seven-county SCFD in 1988 to ensure public access to the arts and sciences through public financial support for scientific and cultural organizations. It was most recently renewed by voters in 2016. Each year, SCFD helps fund nearly 300 area organizations via the collection of a 0.1 percent voter-approved retail sales and use tax. The district-wide tax equates to one cent collected on every $10 spent.

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