City of Longmont Museum - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
About City of Longmont Museum
The Longmont Museum & Cultural Center is a municipally-funded museum in Longmont, Colorado. It collects and interprets the history and culture of the St. Vrain valley in northern Colorado.
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Attractions Near City of Longmont Museum
City of Longmont Sandstone Ranch
5.48km from City of Longmont Museum
Longmont Sandstone Ranch in Weld County, Colorado is a stunning place to experience nature and the outdoors. Situated along the banks of the St. Vrain Creek, the park is an ideal spot for hikers, campers, birdwatchers and anyone desiring a bit of peace and quiet. The park boasts unique geological features, native grassland prairies and abundant wildflowers alongside lush cottonwood forests that offer plenty of shade from the sunny Colorado sky .
6.3km from City of Longmont Museum
Union Reservoir is located south of Greeley and east of Ault. Visiting the reservoir is like taking a trip back to simpler times. The sheer beauty of the surroundings - from the longhorn cattle walking through shallow creeks, to the mountain views surrounded by cotton fields, make for a truly memorable experience. Swimming and fishing are two favorite activities enjoyed at Union Reservoir on hot summer days. Also close by is an 18-hole golf course for those who enjoy hitting some balls.
7.79km from City of Longmont Museum
Boulder Creek is a beautiful sight to behold. Sitting at the base of the Rocky Mountains, this stunning natural feature provides crystal clear running water that has been coming through this same gorge for millions of years despite significant changes to the terrain around it. It is a top destination for scenic views and outdoor activities like fishing, boating, and hiking. Several campgrounds situated near the banks of the creek offer visitors plenty of opportunities to explore its beauty.
Blue Heron Reservoir
9.34km from City of Longmont Museum
Blue Heron Reservoir, located, is a stunning destination for a relaxing day spent outdoors. Surrounded by pine and spruce trees, the reservoir offers views of breathtaking landscapes as well as plenty of fishing opportunities. The reservoir covers over 25 acres of land and ranges up to 17 feet deep, making it an ideal place for all ages to enjoy. Boating and swimming are also popular activities here, giving visitors the chance to explore the water at their own pace.
St. Vrain State Park
9.52km from City of Longmont Museum
St. Vrain State Park, situated in Weld County, Colorado, is an outdoor enthusiast's paradise. Boasting 635 acres of recreational land and a 60 acre lake, it offers plenty of opportunities to enjoy nature from fishing, camping and picnicking to geocaching and OHV riding on designated trails for those feeling more daring. Nestled between the mountains of Longmont and Lyons, families can find relaxation or recreation no matter their preference.
Coal Creek Park
11.57km from City of Longmont Museum
Coal Creek Park is a beautiful and serene spot to enjoy the outdoors. Boasting 946 acres of open space, Coal Creek Park offers plenty of hiking, biking and horseback riding opportunities, as well as seemingly endless wildlife viewing possibilities. The park also offers convenient access to both Cañon City's Royal Gorge Bridge and Arkansas River for those looking for some exciting water activities. There are picnic areas located throughout the park and camping options too.
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