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We attended the Greeley Stampede and this museum was open. We walked around and seen the historic houses inside there. They were awesome to walk through and also learn about the history. Only draw back was that some of the areas needed to be mowed...More
This place is a wonderful step back in history. These authentic buildings laid out in a "village" manner will give you a good idea of what it was like in the 19th Century. The tour is self-guided, but on the days when volunteers in period...More
We wanted to visit this Museum but when we got there, it was not open. We were looking foreword to the living history demonstrations may include printing at the High Plains Post historic print shop, blacksmithing at the forge, rope-making, chuck-wagon-style cooking, scrub board laundry...More
I was so impressed by the Centennial Village Museum -- its period houses, its gardens, the people. So much so that I have become a volunteer there. Old schoolhouse, houses at the turn-of-the-century, blacksmith's shop, printer's shop......it's a living museum that should be utilized by...More
We were surprised not to find more people at such a nicely done historic museum/village. Lots of nicely preserved or restored old buildings, folks in period costume to interpret, animals, overall a fun and educational stop. Well worth spending a couple hours or more if...More
Centennial Village is an amazing walk into the past of Weld County. It is great just to visit and tour the homes and historic buildings, but they often have events like Potato Days where there are even more attractions to see. This is a not...More