PO Box 20000, 462 Ute Avenue, Grand Junction Colorado 81501
970-242-0971 Fax 970-242-3960
From fossils to man-made artifacts and photographs, the museum captures their regions rich prehistoric past and decades of post-settlement history. The Museum provides value-packed programming and learning opportunities for all ages, including supervised dinosaur digs, specialty gift shops, and research opportunities. They have four major facilities: Cross Orchards Historic Farm, Dinosaur Journey, History Museum/Smith Educational Tower and the Whitman Education Center. The Loyd Files Research Library and administrative offices are located in the History Museum. Riggs Hill, Dinosaur Hill and the Rabbit Valley Research Natural Area are the Museum's outdoor sites.
Other History nearby:
(Delta) Council Tree Powwow & Cultural Festival
(Delta) Fort Uncompahgre
05/24 Coming to The Grand Junction area
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Grand Junction Yoga Festival Grand Junction CO July11-14 The Telluride Yoga Festival is a unique event that elevates the benefits of yoga with a mission to protect our natural environment.
Olathe Sweet Corn Festival Olathe CO August3 The Olathe Sweet Corn Festival is more than fun in the western Colorado sunshine. It is an ever-growing symbol of a community committed to making the future better for the generations to come.
Steamboat Wine Festival Steamboat Springs CO August7-11 Experience more than 100 food artisans, wineries, breweries, distilleries, epicurean purveyors, and locally-made products at this ultimate food and wine experience.