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- $6.50 for admission for two ($12 value)
- $13 for admission for four ($24 value)
The value of this deal is based on regular ticket prices and doesn’t reflect student, senior, or military discounts. Children 5 and under are admitted free.
Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum
The Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum displays quilts from the 1800s alongside contemporary art pieces. Seeing these works in a shared space helps visitors understand how quilt making has evolved over the years. To that end, people can explore the exhibits full of family heirlooms and historically significant artifacts including the quilt that George Washington wrapped his beloved cherry tree in on cold nights. The museum also maintains volumes of historic patterns, technique resources, and out-of-print literature on quilts to help enthusiasts satiate their curiosity.
91% of 33 customers recommend
“It is smaller than we expected so don't be surprised by that, but the artist's work they were displaying was very good - Native American Indian life stories in quilts.”
“I got this for a friend not because of any interest on my part but I was very plesantly surprised - very worth the visit”
“They have a good collection of antique quilts, about 8 of which are on display at a time. Personally I didn't care for most of the modern collage quilts, but that's...”
“They have a good collection of antique quilts, about 8 of which are on display at a time. Personally I didn't care for most of the modern collage quilts, but that's personal taste. The cheddar and indigo basket quilt and the delectable mountain, on point as it were, diagonally cascading down the quilt, were my favorites.”