The Longmont Museum is a cultural institution located in Longmont, Colorado. The museum was established in 1994 and is housed in a modern building that was designed to reflect the area's agricultural heritage. The museum's mission is to inspire and educate visitors about the history and culture of Longmont and the surrounding region.
The Longmont Museum features a variety of exhibits, events, and programs that showcase the art, history, and culture of the region. The museum's exhibits include a permanent collection of artifacts and photographs that document the history of Longmont and the St. Vrain Valley, as well as traveling exhibits that focus on a wide range of topics, from art and science to history and culture.
The museum also offers a range of educational programs for visitors of all ages, including classes, workshops, and camps for children, as well as lectures, tours, and special events for adults. The museum's education programs cover a wide range of topics, from art and science to history and culture, and are designed to engage and inspire visitors of all ages.
In addition to its exhibits and educational programs, the Longmont Museum is home to a 250-seat auditorium that hosts a variety of performances, concerts, and events throughout the year. The museum also features a gift shop that offers a selection of books, artwork, and other items related to the museum's exhibits and programs.