Hmm. That seems a very narrow range of ages. The first floor of the Hamilton building is sectioned off, first a cattle chute back and forth forward one, back and forth to the front, and people do weave it even though there is no line, they could skip the whole thing walk around it to the front and wait there to be called next, but nobody does that, they all obediently weave the ridiculous artificial path for them. To get a ticket. To go into another cavernous room for free.
Once inside the kids can learn about Japan through interactive activities and crafts.
Or pick up a kid's backpack and explore its contents for an adventure.
Or go to one of the creative corners to play with miniature mannequins.
Or discover European and American arty by piecing together a portrait using everyday objects or dress up in costume.
Or enjoy the insane creations in the Bosch Puppet theatre and build puppets inspired by Bosch paintings.
Or dress up in costumes to see how it feels to wear clothes of people in paintings. Or follow clues to explore the American west.
Denver Art Museum, programming / kids - families.
I spoke with several of these people. They're all charming, all out to have nice good family fun. Especially fun seeing dads with their children. The kids are all having a blast.