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The Great Outdoors

Apr 01, 2019 06:43PM ● By Leland Rucker
At least until the end of this month, you don’t have to head into the mountains, or even outdoors, to experience walking through a forest. The latest installation at the Museum of Outdoor Arts (MOA) in downtown Englewood is Natura Obscura, an immersive self-guided tour that lets you explore an unreal, illusory world part museum, part reality using state-of-the-art technology and a free app, and learn more about nature’s amazing beauty and adaptability. Natura Obscura’s six galleries take about an hour to fully experience, but it’s only here until April 28. If you want to spend more time, the MOA has plenty of other things don’t miss the permanent Cabinet of Curiosities & Impossibilities. There are sculptures galore, indoors and out, from a bust of Michelangelo’s David to whimsical creatures both real and imagined.