Historic photo of young girl picking sugar beets.

Explore exhibits and engage in fun activities while learning about the fascinating history of Loveland and Northern Colorado

History Drop In Activities over Winter Break

No pre-registration required!

All Ages

FREE

An easy and fun way to learn more about local history as you get out of the house for a couple of hours over break!! Explore exhibits, engage in fun activities, learn about Loveland. Drop by anytime during the two-hour activity and join us!

Winter Mountain Survival
Thursday, December 26, 2-4 pm
How did Mountain Men survive the cold Colorado winters for so long?

Sugar Beet Boom
Saturday, December 28, 10 am- 12 pm
Sugar Beets jump started the northern Colorado farming community and still serve as a cache crop for the area.

Colorado Central Railroad
Saturday, January 4, 2-4 pm
Many Front Range towns wouldn’t be here without it! Learn the importance of this railroad to the towns of Berthoud, Loveland and Fort Collins.

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Winter 2020 Programs

Ages 6 – 12
Fee: $10 per class ($8 Museum members)
Class meets from 2 – 4 pm
Taught by: Julie Enderby

Pioneer Women
of Loveland
Thursday, February 27

Welcome to Barnesville
Friday, February 28

The Travelling Arapaho
Tuesday, March 17

Mountain Man Adventures
Wednesday, March 18

Colorado-Big
Thompson Water Works
Thursday, March 19

Farming the Desert West
Friday, March 20