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The Loveland Museum/Gallery currently has three art galleries with exhibits changing approximately every 8-12 weeks. Our goal with our art schedule is to provide exhibits that inspire Loveland residents and visitors with a varied and challenging artistic experience.

Take a journey back in time! The Loveland Museum/Gallery exhibits Loveland's history through several world class displays including Life on Main Street, Mariano Medina's Cabin, Great Western Sugar Factory, Colorado-Big Thompson Relief Map, Sweetheart City USA, the Proctor Alabaster Shop, the Loveland Fire Department and the Fireside Gallery.

The Loveland Museum offers a variety of art classes for tots, youth, teens and adults. These classes allow students the opportunity to explore a variety of mediums with our talented instructors. No previous art experience is required as the classes are taught to all skill levels. Unless specified, all supplies are provided for each class. Members save 20% on their class registrations too! Consider becoming a member today.

The Loveland Museum provides many events and community celebration opportunities. Each year, we offer the Foote Lagoon Summer Concerts, the Cherry Pie Festival, and the Halloween Family Fun Festival. Other special events relating to art and history exhibits are offered from time-to-time including our new "Explorer's Club" for kids.

About Loveland Museum/Gallery

Main Gallery Admission: $5.00
General Admission: Free

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 10 am - 5 pm
Wednesday: 10 am - 5 pm
Thursday: 10 am - 7 pm
Friday: 10 am - 5 pm
Saturday: 10 am - 4 pm
Sunday: 12 pm - 4 pm
Second Friday of each month: 6 pm - 9 pm

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Volunteer at the Museum! Volunteer Opportunities

Would you like to help shape the future of the Museum? Since our expansion in 1992 Loveland has grown from 38,500 to 75,000. We can no longer meet demands for exhibit space, classes, programs and events. And our building limitations prevent us from acquiring loans for exhibits.

To better understand tloveland-museum-faded-trees-10x20he community’s needs and expectations, a number of stakeholders were interviewed earlier this year. This critical feedback, combined with the observed experiences of Museum visitors, developed a picture of the limitations of the current building.

Their valuable observations were a good beginning, but we would like your opinions. What would you like to see in your Museum? Do you like our ideas? Is there something we’re missing?

We invite you to join us for two Open Houses in January. Information can be found here.  Please help us plan the future. We want your ideas!

~ Susan Ison
Director, Cultural Services