This is the final day to check out the Greeley History Museum’s exhibition “Tails to Tell.” The Greeley History Museum has gone to the dogs with an exhibition that explores the history and complex relationships between people and their animal companions. Check out historical images of people and their pets from the museum’s archives, snuggle up to a book in the children’s reading corner, and learn about Greeley’s hard-working police, fire and therapy animals.
The Greeley History Museum showcases and preserves Greeley and Weld County’s history through permanent and temporary exhibitions, educational programs, research and collections and features three floors of permanent and changing exhibits.
“Unsolved” is the newest exhibition at the Greeley History Museum. This interactive exhibition allows visitors to sleuth their way through some of Weld County’s most prominent murder mysteries. Discover clues, look through artifacts and photographs, and uncover the mysteries within.
Admission to the Greeley History Museum includes all of its exhibits. The museum showcases and preserves Greeley and Weld County’s history through three floors of permanent and temporary exhibitions, educational programs, research and collections. At the Greeley History Museum, artifacts, photographs and hands-on opportunities create a meaningful visitor experience.
This event is held in conjunction with the Downtown Development Authority’s annual Holiday Open House event. During this FREE event, families can enjoy free admission to the museum, in addition to craft activities for the kids.
This is the final day to check out the “One City, One Community” exhibition at the Greeley History Museum. A collaboration between the Immigrant and Refugee Center of Northern Colorado and the City of Greeley Museums, the “One City, One Community” exhibition at the Greeley History Museum, 714 8th St., raises awareness about refugees and immigrants in the Greeley community. Visitors to the exhibit will learn about the experiences of refugees and immigrants through first-hand narratives, images and more. Learn more at GreeleyMuseums.com.