Centennial Village Museum

Centennial Village Museum is an 8-acre living history experience featuring over 35 architecturally unique structures, costumed interpreters, heritage farm animals, beautifully landscaped grounds and interactive experiences. From the utopian ideals of Nathan Meeker to the sugar industry of the early 20th century, people from all over the world have come to live and work in the garden spot of Colorado. Centennial Village showcases their history.

Experience the daily lives and challenges of folks who settled Northeastern Colorado, often bringing their culture and traditions with them. Discover how Kate Slaughterback became "Rattlesnake Kate." See the real-working blacksmith forge and print shop. Learn how pioneers made rope and cooked their meals. Tour the original Weld County Courthouse.

Step back in time and learn about the early pioneer settling of the western high plains, a time when grand houses, growing businesses, extensive prairies and agriculture were all a part of daily life. 

Group tours, field trips, festivals, and special programs available.