|Tuesday||11:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday||11:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Thursday||11:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Friday||11:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Saturday||11:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
Awonderful place, underexplored gem of fort collins
Nice small museum with rotating displays. Currently, it's about eating utensils from around the world.
Wonderful exhibits...too many to see in one visit. It's a great way to spend some quality time for very little money.
We have wanted to visit here after the museum gave a wonderful presentation at the Senior Center. The visit was truly worth it. The exhibits were interesting and the staff and volunteers were most helpful. There are a lot of things to see there. Don't plan on seeing everything in one trip. There is a MAX bus stop right across the street.
Nice place. Needs more artifacts
This a great little museum for geographers and travelers - a permanent exhibit has high quality craft miniatures showing traditional clothing and homes from the world - the mini Mongolian yurt was a favorite. Another exhibit touched on European immigrants to the United States and had some nice photography, artifacts, and clothing pieces on display to include a giant bearskin coat from Russia, old snow globes from France, and a Christmas Market display with some impressive gingerbread houses. A display of about twenty maps of varying projections and style composed the hallway cartography exhibit - the interesting digital wordmap of surnames in the U.S. is available for exploring in the European immigration exhibit area.
My sons school took a trip here and he was so excited about it, he came home and said we just have to go again.
A nice small museum whose collection switches out periodically! The curators had a lot of knowledge and energy about the jobs. Highly Recommend
My kindergarten class enjoyed a fascinating adventure there. It is interactive and appeals to all ages. Our guides knew just what would appeal to our boys and girls. The children can't wait to serve as guides for their families.
Fun little museum. A must see on First Friday Art Walks and is often free to get in on those nights! Loved the recent Egyptian exhibit - bought a beautiful Egyptian perfume bottle from the gift shop for my mother's birthday. The kids activity area is fun. For the Egyptian exhibit they had a machine that could print any name you want in hyrogliphics :). It's small, but I love museums and enjoy supporting this place - I'd love to see it grow.