History Colorado Celebrates Colorado Day on Monday, August 1 with a Free Day Long Festival at the Museum
DENVER — July 20, 2022 — The Centennial State Celebrates its 146th Birthday on Monday, August 1. More than 20 attractions come together at the History Colorado Center (1200 N. Broadway) in Denver to create an epic free-day worthy of this momentous occasion.
Angel Vigil as El Vaquero demonstrates bullwhip cracking and trick roping
Guest also have free access to exhibits throughout the museum such as:
Colorado Stories - From the mountains to the plains to the plateaus, Colorado’s people are as diverse as the places they call home. Colorado Stories is a community based suite of exhibits with media- and artifact-rich galleries exploring the many ways Coloradans have created community.
Denver A-Z - Discover the heart, the art, the whimsy, and the energy of Denver's people, places, and moments in this lighthearted and immersive exhibit.
Living West - This highly interactive exhibit explores how Colorado's environment has shaped human history, while at the same time, people's choices have shaped the land.
Rainbows & Revolutions - A new exhibit that chronicles the hard fought LGBTQ+ movement in Colorado starting from the 1950s.
RSVP for this free event here. Parking meters are available along Broadway, and covered parking is available at the Art Garage (1268 Lincoln St.) and the Cultural Center Complex Garage (65 W. 12th Ave.). Several RTD transit routes also serve the museum. The History Colorado Center is located at 1200 North Broadway in the heart of Denver’s Golden Triangle Creative District. Information about accessibility at the History Colorado Center is available here.
Colorado Day is supported by Alpine Bank and Denver7.