The Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab (CELL), Denver
(2.2/5 based on 35 reviews on the web)
As a nonprofit, nonpartisan institution, its one-of-a-kind exhibit, renowned speaker series and training initiatives provide a comprehensive look at the threat of terrorism and how individuals can play a role in the prevention of terrorism, ultimately enhancing public safety.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • I'm still trying to figure out what the purpose of this exhibit really is...It felt like propaganda by the Republican Party/Fox News to show you how gruesome terrorism is, without really teaching you ...  more »
  • There's a lot more history of terrorist atrocities but less explanations of prevention techniques than we expected. Good if you want to learn about history although not everything is reported (for exa...  more »
  • This exhibition on terrorism was pretty interesting. Although the vast majority of the incidents of terrorism I was aware of, a few other events were introduced time here. There are various exhibits h...  more »
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  • I wanted to learn more about terrorism, but other than the exhibit on what to look for in suspicious activity, and the screen about terrorist cells around our country the rest of the museum was disappointing. Seeing pictures of the lone terrorists and bombing devices and the loud bombing movie did not do anything but scare me and my family. Was that the point? To be afraid? How is this Museum funded? By the way the Museum does have an entrance fee, and some of the bloody loud exhibits are not for children.
  • While I was in the downtown Denver area I noticed that this place had a sign out front that said "free admission" so I was like OK and went to check it out. I was expecting it to be like any other museum with displays and videos, but that's where it went off the rails. The first room is set up museum style but after you go through the big doors you are bombarded with fear mongering, giant video displays surround you with graphic pictures and videos of death, destruction, explosions, and violence. I believe the goal of this place is to either make you become xenophobic, never step foot outside ever again or for you to become super paranoid and suspicious of every and anybody.
  • I tried to go there twice last week. Both times there was a sign on the door saying it was closed for a private event. However, before I went the second time I had checked their website and there was nothing on their schedule. What a waste of time and effort!
  • Dont do it. You watch a couple videos and read several exhibits. Hokey, short, and not worth it if it was free.
  • Great experience! I would recommend for any age group!