Broomfield History & Museums
History comes alive in Broomfield through dynamic programs, projects and partnerships. Dedicated to telling authentic, diverse and inclusive stories through accessible programs, all residents and visitors can learn and contribute to understanding the past, engaging in the present and building the future.
Broomfield Depot Museum Closure
The Broomfield Depot Museum will be closed on Saturday, Sept. 23 for Broomfield Days! Please come visit us at the Library, Arts, History, and Extension Booth at Broomfield Days. The Broomfield Depot Museum will be open again on Saturday, September 30 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Proclaiming Colorado’s Black History and Afrofuturism
Open Oct. 7 and open most Saturdays, 11 a.m. -4 p.m.
Explore Colorado’s Black History and Afrofuturism in connection with the Museum of Boulder’s new exhibit, Proclaiming Colorado’s Black History. Afrofuturism sits at the intersection of science fiction and real-life activism as a hopeful, creative Black response to American racism that emerged during the Civil Rights Movement.
Creative Broomfield works in partnership with the creative community to cultivate opportunities and programs to connect, create and thrive.
Travel back in time at the Broomfield Depot Museum, built in 1909 as a stop for train travelers and was a first step to become the city and county Broomfield is today.
The Broomfield Veterans Museum honors local veterans of all the United States conflicts and peacekeeping efforts, from the Civil War to the present, from all branches of service. The museum not only shares the stories of Colorado veterans, it is a center for veterans to connect, students to learn about our nation’s history, groups to explore the rotating exhibits, and families to honor their loved ones who served in the military.
Broomfield History programs creates connections through storytelling, providing experiences for both audiences and artists to build relationships through diverse perspectives, cultivating curiosity, and engagement with arts, history and culture.
The collections of the Broomfield Depot Museum includes artifacts, photographs, and archival materials associated with the development of the city and county, including public and private facilities in Broomfield such as schools, newspapers, postal service, cemeteries, and railroads
This in-class program presented by History Colorado Museum and Broomfield History invites students to investigate how the Ute Indians have used science, technology, engineering, and math to survive and thrive in the Rocky Mountains.