If you happen to be around Denver, tomorrow's the day. The Denver Art Museum's new Frederick C. Hamilton Building will be opening its doors for the first time making the museum one of the largest between the West coast and Chicago. The new structure, designed by famed architect Daniel Libeskind (he devised the original plans for the rebuilding of the World Trade Center), weighs in at almost 150,000-square-feet and will allow space for three traveling exhibits as well as parts of the permanent collection. The $90 million structure houses two atriums, one of which is over ten stories tall. The party kicks off tomorrow morning around 10 and there's free admission over the weekend. The Washington Post has more information about places to stay and eat in the area.