Loveland Museum Gallery

History is Present at the Loveland Museum/Gallery

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.

Kids will enjoy dressing up and sitting in the Foote carriage, exploring how sugar is made in the Great Western Sugar Factory exhibit, sitting in Mariano Medina’s saddle and stamping their own Valentine with a cache from year’s past.

The Fireside Gallery contains changing exhibits with various items from our collection. These cases change approximately twice a year. Stop by and see something different every time.

The Loveland Museum/Gallery exhibits history through several world class displays, including Life on Main Street, Mariano Medina's Cabin, Great Western and more.

While visiting the Loveland Museum/Gallery, you might notice your favorite object has been removed from exhibit. This may have happened because the object has become too fragile.

The Loveland Museum/Gallery accepts donations of items to be used in our history exhibits. If you have an item that you would like to donate, please contact our Curator of History.

The Loveland Museum/Gallery's collection consists of approximately 30,000 objects. The collections are used to exhibit, research and interpret Loveland's unique history.