"ColoradoTown.com KEYWORD Centennial Village Museum"
Centennial Village Museum is a reproduction village that showcases the ethnic and cultural heritages of those who settled Weld County and NE Colorado from the 1860s to 1920s. A collection of 33 structures, it is comprised of four parts: the prairie section; business/commercial section; central village with homes, church, school and depot; and agriculture-related section. It is set on 5.5 acres that feature native plants and grasses as well as manicured gardens, a Victorian herb garden and Audubon garden for birds and butterflies. It is open mid-April to mid-October for touring, Tues.-Sat. 10-4. Festivals, programs, special events, and classes take place much of the year, and the grounds are available for rental for weddings, receptions, reunions, etc.
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