Celebrate Colorado Day with History Colorado

Marta De Leon

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DENVER, CO — Get ready for Colorado’s best birthday party. Join History Colorado Center today, August 1, for a day-long event filled with fun and discovery.

There will be more than 20 partner attractions to enjoy at the History Colorado Center in downtown Denver. Fort Garland Museum and Cultural Center in Fort Garland, El Pueblo History Museum in Pueblo, the Ute Indian Museum in Montrose, and The Center for Colorado Women’s History in Denver also offer free admission.

Crafts, ice cream, art, balloons, popcorn and trivia are just a fraction of the fun things at History Colorado Center’s beautiful carnival gathering that is open for the entire state. A historical entertainment day will welcome guests on four floors filled with interactive exhibitions, including Building Denver: Visions of the Capital City, a critically acclaimed exhibition show.

There will also be a brand-new Denver street photography exhibition, Brick & Soul. On the family-friendly makerspace, visitors can create art and handcraft throughout the day. Adri Noris will lead a workshop at 2 p.m.

Collective chalk artists at the alpaca petting zoo, Miles the Broncos mascot, Dings the Rockies mascot, and Bernie the Avs mascot will entertain all guests. Classical guitarist Flint Datino, traditional taiko drummers, Brothers of Brass, jazz guitarist Jack McManaman and solo artist Arlin Tawzer will be performing.

Visitors can park their car at the Cultural Center Complex Garage (65 W. 12th Ave.) or Art Garage (1268 Lincoln St.). For further details, you can access the following link to learn more about the accessibility of the venue: https://www.historycolorado.org/accessibility-history-colorado-center.

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