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“on chief ouray's land!”
The museum offers one of the most complete collections of the Ute people, as well as access to the Montrose Visitors Center, shady picnic areas and access to city-wide trails. The Ute Museum sits in the heart of traditional Ute territory on lands once homesteaded by Chief Ouray. Experience one of the most complete collections of Ute Indian artifacts in the nation. Dioramas, changing exhibits, and hands-on programs bring American Indian history and culture to life.
This museum was recommended by the woman at the Fruita Visitors Center - and after going I see why. If you are in the Montrose area, this place is worth a stop - for at least an hour (maybe more).... Read more
This is a quality museum. While many feel like they are old and stodgy this one feels like it is still alive and some of the stories just haven't all surfaced yet. It really made me want to go... Read more
I found this to be an excellent addition to my San Juan trip. Coming back from Ouray to Denver, I was tempted to stop in here after seeing it. I'm glad I did! For only $6, you can see a huge... Read more
Ute Indian Museum
- Sun: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
- Mon - Sat: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
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