As snow continues to accumulate in Denver today, November 26, various cultural institutions have decided to close, including the Denver Public Library and the Denver Art Museum.
Ticket-holders to the popular Monet exhibit received word around 7 a.m. that the museum decided to close "due to the severity of the weather." But all is not lost: Anyone scheduled to visit Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature on November 26 will receive emailed vouchers to reschedule their visit within 24 hours.
"If you are unable to reschedule, please contact us at a later date, and we will deactivate your vouchers and issue you a refund," the email reads. "We are very sorry for any inconvenience this has caused. Please stay warm and drive safe!"
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The exhibit will be around until February 2, so chances are good you'll still get to see it while it's in Denver.