All History Colorado museums, Ute Indian Museum are closed

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Ute Indian Museum

Out of care for our communities, volunteers and staff, all History Colorado museums, including the Ute Indian Museum, are now closed to the public for at least the next three weeks in response to COVID-19. Updates about our operations will be posted on this page as they become available, along with any further information we can provide. All events and programs have been cancelled.

We remain hard at work behind the scenes, and you are most welcome to contact our museums with any questions you might have.

Please know that we will continue to bring our mission and museums to you while we are closed. We are eager to connect with you even as we must distance ourselves to limit the spread of this virus. We invite you to keep enjoying your interests in history that we so passionately share. Here are some of our digital activities and resources available to you any time:

Our podcasts, including the critically acclaimed first season of Lost Highways: Dispatches from the Shadows of the Rocky Mountains, are available here.

  • Forward, History Colorado‚Äôs blog, features both quick and in-depth articles.
  • You can search and browse our permanent collection online here.
  • We also offer these Online Exhibits & Digital Badges.
  • Our social media channels, where we offer history with both brevity and levity.

Thank you for your understanding and support, and for taking good care of yourself and each other. We are eager to welcome you back soon!

For more information visit the History Colorado website:

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