Experience one of the most complete collections of Ute Indian artifacts in the nation. Dioramas, changing exhibits, and hands-on programs bring American Indian history and culture to life.
The museum offers one of the most complete collections of the Ute people, as well as access to the Montrose Visitors Center, shady picnic areas and access to city-wide trails.
View a unique online exhibition that looks at major events in the history of American Indians in Colorado over the past five centuries.
If you are searching for a uniquely Colorado gift, make sure you visit our store. We feature items purchased from Native American enterprises.
The Ute Indian Museum offers educational programs and tours for both children and adults.
The Ute Museum sits in the heart of traditional Ute territory on lands once homesteaded by Chief Ouray.
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17253 Chipeta Rd.
Montrose, CO 81401
(3 miles south of downtown at US 550 and Chipeta Rd.)
Jan - June: Tues–Sat, 9 am to 4:00 pm.
July - Oct: Mon–Sat, 9