Welcome to Colorado Museums
. . . an on-line guide to 355 + Museums
Each Colorado Museum displays a custom info-marker on a Google Map. The marker includes a photo or video, phone number, address, FREE Admission or Admission Fees and link to the museum’s website. You can also get directions from where you are . . . to your museum choice.
Click on the Denver Firefighter’s Museum example and view live on a map.
How to Search Colorado Museums
- 6 Regional Maps: Cities with 1-3 Museums
- 18 City Maps: Cities with 4+ Museums
- City List: Cities with 1 + Museums
- Museum List: Locate a Specific Museum
Red Markers are Cities with 4+ Museums
You’ll find red markers on several City and Region maps. They link to respective City maps.
SCDF Free Days
Scientific and Cultural Facilities are throughout the seven-county Denver metropolitan area of Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, and Jefferson counties. View SCFD Free Day’s monthly calendar, video and information.
Colorado Blue Star Museums
You can find a link to Blue Star Museums offering “active duty military families” FREE admission from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
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Colorado Experience takes you through the history of the state’s original inhabitants: “the Utes.” Historians trace their origins from pre-colonial days and early interactions with American trappers and explorers through the escalating friction with new settlers and gold seekers, to their ultimate expulsion to reservations.
The first Ute reservations were established in the 1860’s, and today the question of land rights remains a topic of dispute for the Ute nation. Discover how the Utes’ legacy continues to impact Colorado today.
Southwest Colorado may still be a vast maze of dirt roads and windy passes without the innovative thinking of Otto Mears, the “Pathfinder of the San Juans.” Mears was one of many Jewish Coloradans who left a mark on the state.
From the philanthropists behind National Jewish Hospital for Consumptives, to Leadville’s thriving mining community, this episode discovers the significant achievements and history-making advancements by Colorado’s Jewish population. You can enjoy more Colorado history videos at Colorado Experience.
The Original Coloradans