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Established in 1879, the Colorado Historical Society - now known as History Colorado - offers the public access to cultural and heritage resources of Colorado, including statewide museums and special programs for individuals and families, collection...more
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We recently visited, being from overseas, we were looking for some history and cultural information about the Native American Indians. There is a new display, which is only small but has interesting and historical background information about the history of the Unit people. The display...More
Surprised by the exhibits and information that was on display-excellent! Being Colorado natives it was great to learned several new things about Colorado which we used this summer when we traveled to different areas of the state. We love the map on the floor.
Situated next to the Art Museum, Denver history museum is another great museum. Built on 4 floors it covers Colorado’s history in an extensive but fun way appealing both to adults and kids. My favorite display was the History of Colorado in 100 objects starting...More
I had not been to this museum before, and went as a volunteer on a school field trip with my grandson WOW
I can't wait to go back. This is really a cool museum. I highly recommend it for all ages. lots of interactive exhibits....More
The Exhibition sector of the Center was amazingly colorful and lively. They involve the combination of video, pictures, and interactive / miniature models or experiential simulation to maximize the immersion of visitors into the events. In particular, they used projections of actors playing historical characters...More
Colorado has a lot of history. It was a territory from 1861 to 1876, then admitted to the Union in 1876. But its human history dates back 14,000 years. There is considerable archaeological evidence that the region was inhabited by Native Americans dating to 8710...More
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Check directly with the museum. They were very helpful. We had discount tickets -we bought a package for $25 for three days - discounts and free entrances. So, we did good and saved over the $25 outlay = it may be similar... More
Check directly with the museum. They were very helpful. We had discount tickets -we bought a package for $25 for three days - discounts and free entrances. So, we did good and saved over the $25 outlay = it may be similar to what you have. Enjoy.