Visitors have several opportunities to expand their knowledge and appreciation for the area, so plan to spend an extra day or two getting acquainted:
Evans Museum: Interesting artifacts and entertaining stories abound within the walls of the historical Evans Museum. You can schedule special tours on request.
Centennial Village: This museum was founded in 1976 to commemorate the 200th birthday of the United States and the 100th birthday of Colorado statehood. More than 20 structures depict the architecture, lifestyles and settlement history of Northeastern Colorado from 1860 to 1920. Victorian gardens, an old-fashioned town square and store complete Centennial Villages authenticity.
Meeker Home Museum: This adobe home was built in 1879 for the founder of the Union Colony and the City of Greeley, Nathan C. Meeker. It contains period home furnishing and historical information.
G.M. Houston Gardens: This botanical garden honors the Union Colonists and their contribution to the greening of "The Great American Desert." Exhibits highlight four of the five life zones found in Colorado.
Union Colony Civic Center: UCCC hosts a variety of events, including plays, Broadway productions, dance ensembles, comedians, vocalists, the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra and the Greeley Chorale.
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