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Museums

  • Significance of Boulder in the field of art can be best known at Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. Selected artifacts reflecting the lively glimpses of golden times of the city are on display. Thi...
  • The University of Colorado Museum of Natural History is an academic unit of the Graduate School at the University of Colorado. In the entire Rocky Mountains, this is the museum where you can explore...
  • Those who wish to feel the swimming sensation can check out Underwater Fish Observatory along the Boulder Creek trail. Once inside this observatory, you will be surrounded with water and aquatic lif...
  • In 1944, a famous publisher A.A. Paddock founded the Boulder Historical Society and Museum, which is now known as the Boulder History Museum. The historic Harbeck-Bergheim House located on Universit...
  • Located on Spruce Street, this is the main public library in Louisville has seen numerous changes since a humble beginning in 1924. This new two-storey 32,500-square feet building with an undergroun...
  • Hidden inside a beautiful and old historic building, this state-of-the-art gallery space and facility with excellent lighting is located on the Grant Avenue inside Memory Square Park. Dedicated to a...
  • It is a non-profit organization which was established in 1990 with a mission to preserve and propagate theatre arts for the amateurs in the eastern Boulder County and the surrounding communities of ...
  • Located in Lafayette, to the northeast of downtown Louisville, this children’s museum provides a great number of hands-on activities for kids of all ages. With so many informative and interactive ex...
  • Featuring four building structures in a park like setting, this museum is dedicated to mining and minerals which once lured scores of entrepreneurs to the west. This hands-on museum displays over 4,...
  • Multimedia presentations and displays feature trophies, gear and photographs documenting rodeo’s 19th century genesis, when this was a way of life. This Hall of Champions showcase, many rodeo greats...
  • Located within the art deco-styled historic Colorado Springs Passenger Terminal Building inside the Peterson Air Force Base campus, this museum is focused on the early aviation industry with an emph...
  • Listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, this art center featuring plays, films, painting and sculpture was built in 1936. The Taylor Museum located inside the complex beholds one of...
  • Located on the Peterson Street, impressive features and services of this public library include access to the internet, story times, technology classes, special programs and a vast range of book-col...
  • This new museum combines in partnership to allow hands-on fun and a life-long learning opportunity featuring science and history. Located at the east-end of Lee Martinez Park, the new building featu...
  • Located at the North College Avenue in the Poudre River Arts Center, this center is a non-profit institution devoted to the advancement of Fine-Art Photography. It has two galleries which host a var...
  • Formerly known as the Fort Collins Museum of Contemporary Art, this establishment is located at the South College Avenue, next to the Oak Street Plaza. This building was constructed in 1912, in the ...
  • Located at the northeast corner of the Harrison Avenue and the 9th, this brick building originally constructed as the Carnegie Library in 1904 is now the Heritage Museum. In 1971, it was turned into...
  • Don`t miss this scenic narrated two-and-a-half hour’s ride through the old mining district alongside the Arkansas River on a beautiful old-time train which will transport you into another historical...
  • These are a couple of Leadville’s earliest homes providing glimpses into the Western life-style of a booming silver-mining historic Colorado town. Fitted with lavish Victorian furniture as they appe...
  • Located within lots of different rooms showcasing national mining history, crystals, rocks and gems from around the world, and the lives of old-time miners and mining advances, this museum is huge a...
  • It displays some of the best works of Asian, American, European, African, Oceanic and other styles of art along with a great collection of architecture, design, Graphics, modern and contemporary art...
  • Located in the Cheesman Park neighborhood, this 23-acre park facility contains a conservatory, an assortment of theme gardens, and a sunken amphitheater. An outstanding experience witnessing indoor ...
  • An amazing museum spread over three floors where learning is disguised as fun. It is a small but good facility where exhibits relating to space, mummies, wildlife and more are constantly changing an...
  • A wonderful resource for informal science education in the Rocky Mountain Region established by the municipal department of Denver, it conducts a variety of exhibitions, programs and activities show...