Front of the Ute Indian Museum, with teepee and large tree. A ramp goes up to the front door.

Ute Indian Museum

The Ute Indian Museum connects the past with contemporary Ute life and culture. Exhibits focus on the Ute peoples’ history of adaptation and persistence, and unfold around a central theme of geography, highlighting significant locations in Ute history. Through stunning exhibitions, visitors explore topics of Ute cultural survival, political determination, economic opportunity, and the celebration of the Bear Dance.

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Upcoming Events

Hours

Hours: Monday-Saturday 9 am-4:30 pm
Sunday 11 am-4 pm
Parking: Free


Adults: $6
Seniors (65+): $5
Students (7-16): $3.50
Child (6 & Under): Free
Members: Free


 

Address:  17253 Chipeta Rd., Montrose, CO

Contact: 970-249-3098

 

“This is one of the best Native American museums I’ve had the pleasure of visiting. If you love museums and learning this is a must see!” - reviewer on Google

Hours

Hours: Monday-Saturday 9 am-4:30 pm
Sunday 11 am-4 pm
Parking: Free


Adults: $6
Seniors (65+): $5
Students (7-16): $3.50
Child (6 & Under): Free
Members: Free


 

Address:  17253 Chipeta Rd., Montrose, CO

Contact: 970-249-3098

 

“This is one of the best Native American museums I’ve had the pleasure of visiting. If you love museums and learning this is a must see!” - reviewer on Google