The Mizel Museum is located at 400 S Kearney Street. Our building on the southeast corner of East Dakota Avenue and Kearney Street in Denver’s Hilltop neighborhood.
We offer individual and group tours of our permanent exhibit, 4,000 Year Road Trip: Gathering Sparks. See Hours & Admission and stop by during open hours for individual tours. Call ahead to schedule a guided group tour. Tours usually last for about 1.5 hours.
The exhibit is a dynamic journey through art, artifacts and digital media that narrates and illuminates Jewish history and culture. It includes photography by world-renowned Zion Ozeri, fine art from across the globe, original installations by Denver artist Scott Lyon, and the Community Narratives Project, a collection of digital stories featuring the stories of Denver-area residents, viewable on iPads in our library.
Guided tours can include an Enhancement Program to a curriculum or special interest, including immigration, Jewish culture and history, the Holocaust, family folklore, ceremonies of other cultures and more.
Babi Yar Park is located at the northwest corner of East Yale Avenue and South Havana Street in Denver. There is a parking lot just of Yale. Babi Yar Park is a landscape of memorials to victims of the Holocaust, genocide and world terrorism. It is a place for memorial gatherings, walking, biking, educational tours and quiet remembrance. It is a unique public landscape that serves as an active agent for dialogue, and it functions as a vehicle for preserving, communicating and sharing the memory of historic traumas while providing conditions for healing traumatic wounds. Guided tours can be arranged by calling (303) 394-9993.