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Arts & Museums
This center features three indoor galleries presenting over 20 exhibits every year, an outdoor sculpture garden, an 1180-seat Performance Hall, and a 225-seat Mini Theatre. Many annual events and exciting performances are held here.
Housed in the old Renaissance Revival-style Post Office, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, "the Fort Collins Museum of Art presents a diverse series of exhibitions, community events, publications and educational programs for children and adults."
With the idea of complete emphasis on science and technology, the Fort Collins Museum & Discovery Science Center is successfully imparting scientific knowledge over the years. From exhibitions based on technology to natural sciences, this center has truly been the hub of learning along with fun.
Illustrated Light is the only gallery in Northern Colorado dedicated to fine art photography.
The Center for Fine Art Photography, Inc. promotes the Art of Photography by supporting the growth of creative artists through exhibitions and educational programs. The Center provides many opportunities for learning and growth for all levels of photographers.
The Loveland Museum Gallery is the city's official art museum where artwork done by established as well as amateur artists are showcased. Art workshops and exhibitions are a regular feature here, through which the museum strives to promote art in every possible way. Besides, one can also witness various educational programs for youth and adults, community events and cultural programs including Halloween Festival and summer concerts. To know more about the Loveland Museum Gallery, do visit their website.
Step back in the era between 18th and 19th Century, to know the history and development of Greeley and other neighboring county regions. The open-air space, Centennial Village Museum, houses replicas of famous establishments and exhibits associated with the town.
This gallery offers a variety of mixed media exhibits that change throughout the year by local, regional, and national artists.
The Greeley History Museum is a great town's museum that relays the history and humility of the city through exhibits and display. There are a number of artifacts on display here at the museum and one of the most interesting and popular ones is a pair of looking-glasses for a chicken! Located at the Greeley Tribune building the museum displays a number of photographs, documents, books, videos and more. Do call ahead for details.
The former residence of Nathan Meeker, an editor for the National Tribune, was built in 1870 and has been listed in National Register of the Historical Society. The home was converted into a museum which showcases the early history of the city Greeley and illustrates the history of his family life through various artifacts belonging to the time. Open for walk-in tours on select days, group tour appointments can be made throughout the year. Call for more information.