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Mountain Top Explorium reopens in Breckenridge

Mountain Top Explorium previously known as Mountain Top Children’s Museum, reopened to the public Saturday, Jan. 29. The nonprofit had been closed since 2019.
Mountain Top Explorium/Courtesy photo

Mountain Top Explorium, previously known as Mountain Top Children’s Museum, reopened to the public Saturday, Jan. 29, after a roughly four-month remodel.

The nonprofit lost its home in 2019 due to a hotel expansion. It moved into its new location at 100 S. Park Ave., Unit C100, Breckenridge, in September 2021 after a long search for space and hosting a distance learning camp and other programs during the coronavirus pandemic.

Along with exhibits, Mountain Top offers summer day camps and after-school programs. The museum is recommended for children ages 12 and younger. No reservations are required; however, masks are required regardless of vaccination status.



Admission costs $15 per child, $5 per adult, and kids under 1 are free. Memberships and punch cards, as well as discounts for locals, are available. Visit MountainTopBreck.org for more information.


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