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The Museum has no entry fee. The Museum is open Tuesday - Saturday, from 10 AM to 2 PM. On the season opening date, we will be serving ice cream to all comers. The displays have been updated for 2016, we have added a World War I soldiers uniform and kit used by Walter Ostwald during that war, there is a new room added to display a living school room of the Pine River Valley and more!
Corner of Mill Street & Pearl Street
Bayfield, Colorado 81122
The Aztec Ruins National Monument preserves Ancestral Puebloan structures in northwestern New Mexico, United States, located close to the town of Aztec and northeast of Farmington, near the Animas River. Salmon Ruins and Heritage Park, with more Puebloan structures, lies a short distance to the south, just west of Bloomfield near the San Juan River. The buildings date back to the 11th to 13th centuries.
Aztec, Colorado 78410
A Research Library, Photo Archives + Museum Store. Exhibits include the San Juan Basin History, a restored Pioneer Log Cabin, a 1904 Classroom exhibit reminiscent of school rooms across the country in the early part of the 20th Century. High ceilings, large double-hung windows, school-house lights, slate blackboards and ornate desks from a different education era.
3065 W. 2nd Avenue
Durango, Colorado 81301
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The Anasazi Heritage Center is Southwest Colorado's premier archaeological museum, operated by the Bureau of Land Management since 1988. All museum facilities are wheelchair-accessible. The Anasazi Heritage Center is a museum focusing on Ancestral Puebloan, Native American, and historic cultures in the Four Corners region. It is also headquarters for visitors traveling to Canyons of the Ancients National Monument.
27501 Hwy 184
Dolores, Colorado 81302
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Canyons of the Ancients National Monument (the Monument) encompasses 176,000 acres of federal land administered by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). The Monument is located in the Four Corners region of southwestern Colorado, about 50 miles west of Durango, 10 miles west of Cortez and 12 miles west of Mesa Verde National Park. The Monument was designated on June 9, 2000 by Presidential Proclamation to protect cultural and natural resources on a landscape scale.
9651 Rd N
Cortez, Colorado 81321
Open year-round November - March, Monday - Saturday 12:00 P.M. - 5:00 P.M. March, Monday - Saturday 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. April - October, Monday - Saturday 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M., Sunday 12:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M. Entrance Fees: $5 for adults ($2.50 Utah seniors 62+) $3 for children (age 5 and under are free) $20 Family $75 Annual Day-Use pass is available at the museum $35 Senior Adventure (annual) Pass Activities: Museum tours and presentations Touring the restored village outside t
660 West 400 North Blanding, UT
Blanding, Utah 84511
Crow Canyon Archaeological Center is located in southwestern Colorado, USA, which offers experiental education programs for students and adults. Crow Canyon is a center for archaeological research, education, and preservation of the history of the Ancient Pueblo people who lived on and in the cliff dwellings of Mesa Verde more than seven centuries ago.
23390 Road K
Cortez, Colorado 81321
Durango's most prominent downtown landmark. The Strater features 93 spectacular Victorian rooms each appointed with beautiful walnut antiques, period wallpapers and a beautiful and historic lobby. The Mahogany Grille Restaurant offers fine dining, take a step-back-in-time at The Diamond Belle Saloon, or enjoy our other lounges, conference rooms, the historic downtown shopping area.
699 Main Avenue
Durango, Colorado 81301
The Galloping Goose Historical Society of Dolores, Inc. was founded in 1987. The Society’s first big project (in 1991) was to build a replica of the original RGS Dolores depot. The new building is slightly northeast of the original location. It is a Victorian structure and painted in the RGS color scheme of buff yellow with brown trim. It contains the Society’s railroad museum and gift shop.
421 Railroad Ave
Dolores, Colorado 81321