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The permanent collection is diverse and amazing. Make sure to read about the history of the collection. The seasonal collections are always outstanding and well thought out. This hidden gem should be on everyone's "rainy day fun" list.
While visiting my in-laws in Colorado, we took in this great museum. While it appears small on the outside, it’s actually chuck full of several rooms with interesting and diverse collections. My 80+ in-laws were able to enjoy the coziness of the museum and the...More
The current GVM exhibit on Hawaii brings our 50th state's charm and culture to all in N. Colorado. Wanna hear old style Hawaiian music on a vintage Victrola?See more Hawaiian shirts than Don Go ever owned?
Stop in Tues.-Sat., 11am-5pm and be transported to the...More
This small museum holds so many treasurers. There were five in our group of a wide variety of ages and we all had a great time. All the staff people we met were so nice. Lots of fun searching for gnomes amongst all the miniatures....More
I can't tell you how many times I passed this place on my visits to Fort Collins BUT NEVER gave this place a second thought. I read about it on line and I decided to stop in while I had a business visit.
This is a small nonprofit museum culled from Colorado collections. Children might enjoy the dolls and dollhouses from around the world. We came for the collection of a thousand or so dishes and cookware from around the world, very well organized, displayed and interpreted. There...More
Exhibits change. We saw A to Z exhibits of artifacts from around the world. Each had an informative description. Docents available to give more info if you desire. Buddhist monks were there the day we visited, preparing for making a sand mandala. Diverse items on...More
The GVM has a very interesting collection of ethnographic items from various cultures around the world. When we visited they had a very nice collection of Egyptian artifacts and some very interesting miniature houses (depicting living places around the world), and some neat items from...More