One of the better small museums I've seen. I would recommend a visit if you are in the area.
We saw the permanent local history display. It covers the general area and not just Longmont which makes sense since Longmont was a major hub for the historic farming communities in the area many of which no longer exist. I thought the exhibit was extremely well done. It is small but that reflects the size and probably the financial resources of the organization. They went for quality over quantity and I thoroughly enjoyed the results.
We also saw the two special exhibits "Around the World in 80 Dolls" and "Carve! Selected Works from the Champion Cottonwood". The dolls were fascinating. They were dressed in the costumes of their county of origin. Information was included with each so I could tell what I was looking at. The Champion Cottonwood was the largest tree of its kind until its death.The wood was given to local artisans and this display shows the results.
Their permanent exhibits are free, special exhibits are $5 for adults, $3 for students/seniors, free for kids under 5. Parking is free. The staff is friendly and there is a small bookstore with some well chosen local history works in it.