Upcoming Events and Programs
Visit our Museum Calendar to view our full calendar of events.
The Loveland Museum currently offers a variety of 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 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, and the new Dunning Gallery.
The Loveland Museum offers a variety of art classes for all ages. These classes allow students the opportunity to explore a variety of mediums with our talented instructors. For most classes, no previous art experience is required. Unless specified, all supplies are provided for each class. Members save 20% on their class registrations too! Consider becoming a member today.
THE BEET Education Center at the Loveland Museum has been a 13-year plan that finally came to fruition in early 2020. While the name of the annex evolved with time, the idea for the expansion has always included an educational focus. In April of 2019, the city purchased the old newspaper building as an annex education center, and potential expansion site. Museum staff lovingly dubbed it “THE BEET”- a play on words, that combined a newspaper reporter’s beat, and northern Colorado’s primary cash crop for decades- the sugar beet.
Main Gallery Admission: $7.00
General Admission: Free
Sunday & Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 10 am - 5 pm
Wednesday: 10 am - 5 pm (10 am - 11 am reserved for seniors and other vulnerable populations)
Thursday: 10 am - 5 pm
Friday: 10 am - 5 pm (10 am - 11 am reserved for seniors and other vulnerable populations)
Second Friday of Each Month for Night On The Town:
10 am - 8 pm (10 AM - 11 AM reserved for seniors and other vulnerable populations)
Saturday: 10 am - 4 pm
The Loveland Museum is currently open to the general public.
Masks are not required. Individuals over age 11 that are not fully vaccinated are encouraged to continue wearing masks in all public indoor spaces where members of different households are present. Physical distancing is still encouraged indoors whenever possible.
Visitors can make a reservation for their visit to the Museum by securing tickets online or calling the front desk at 970-962-2410. Walk-ins are welcome.
Find yourself in need of a last minute gift? In need of a little creative retail therapy? Looking for a one-of-a-kind gift for that one-of-a-kind person?
We are excited to announce that you can now shop the Museum Gift Shop from the comfort of your own home. Shop online and pick up in person or curbside.
Check out our online shop HERE.