DENVER — If your kids are asking a lot of questions about Artemis I, you can now take them back to the beginning.
The Denver Museum of Nature and Science is welcoming families this holiday season to live through the space race of the 1960s with their exhibit, "Apollo: When We Went to the Moon."
Inside, visitors can find hands-on activities and modules to help them understand the early days of NASA, ultimately culminating with Neil Armstrong's lunar jaunt in 1969.
In the above video, you can get a taste of the components, including: a lunar simulator, a model of the rover from the later Apollo missions, and a re-creation of America's first satellite.
For more information on tickets, you can head here.