What I love most about this museum is the wing that is devoted to the history of sugar beet farming. The displays, journals. images and stories make you realize how much Northern Colorado prospered when sugar beet farming was at it's prime.
The next best thing I love about this museum is the display of rivers and mountains located upstairs. If you live in the area, you must visit this display to get a good appreciation for the vast channels of rivers, irrigation canals and water flow. You'll also get a good history of the Big Thompson flood.
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