The museum at Old Town's former post office doesn't just exhibit art—it is art. Built in the Second Renaissance Revival style favored during its construction, the building was entered in the National Registry of Historic Places for its iconic architecture and complete lack of vampire bats. It's been the home of the Fort Collins Museum of Art since 1990, and in that time has housed original and specially commissioned works by contemporary artists. The museum has also celebrated historical greats with exhibits from the likes of Ansel Adams and Andy Warhol.
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Save money on a sitter — kids are welcome to join in the fun at this museum.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
You'll be excited to take a trip to Fort Collins' finest, the museum at Fort Collins Museum.
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Grab the kids when you head to this museum — its family-oriented atmosphere perfect for the whole clan.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Starting in 1919, author and collector Harold Marion Dunning began assembling artifacts and stories about Loveland’s pioneers. By 1938, he had built up enough of a collection to start a history museum in a converted garage. Today, Loveland Museum is both an art and history museum that encompasses more than 30,000 objects. Most are displayed in interactive historical exhibits where visitors can discover how Great Western Sugar churned out its namesake or sit on one of mountain man Mariano Medina’s saddles.
The museum's trio of art galleries brings world-class art to Loveland with various exhibits, renowned artists such as Pablo Picasso, Dale Chihuly, Salvador Dali, Wayne Thiebaud, and Francisco Goya, and a gallery dedicated to contemporary artists. This gallery highlights different artists or themes roughly every 8–12 weeks, and the artists themselves frequently stop by to give lectures on everything from their inspirations to whether they could take Pablo Picasso in a fight. The artist’s talks are among many classes and programs hosted by Loveland Museum, which include kids’ art classes and historical lectures from visiting scholars.
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Who knew learning could be such fun? The toys here are fantastic for your child's learning and play needs.
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Your boundaries are unlimited when you are in control of an awesome radio control toy. Take it anywhere you want!
Children absolutely love stuffed animals. Get one while you're here and make your kid's day.
Board puzzles and card games are perfect for family outings. Pick some up to ensure all your moments are full of fun.
If you're prepping for your next hunting trip, purchase some new binoculars and see for miles and miles.
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Whether you're an artist or just someone who appreciates art, Sculpture in The Park in Loveland is the perfect museum choice for you.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.