When is the Littleton Museum open?

Tuesday - Saturday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. 
Last entry at 4:30 p.m.  
Sunday: 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. 
Last entry at 4:30 p.m. 

Closed Monday and holidays 


Can I bring my coffee, snacks or a picnic?

Food and beverages are not allowed in the museum or on the farm sites.
Please enjoy your picnic, snacks, or coffee prior to entering the museum.
Water bottles and baby bottles are the only exception. 


How much does it cost to visit?

General admission is free.
Groups of ten or more require a reservation and cost $2 per person.
Please call 303-795-3711 to make a reservation. 


Where are you located?

The Littleton Museum is located at 6028 South Gallup Street, Littleton, Colorado 80120.


Where can I park?

The Littleton Museum has ample free parking on site. 


Is the Littleton Museum a petting zoo?

The Littleton Museum does feature two living history farms with livestock, but is not a petting zoo.

When looking at the livestock, please remember that all our animals can bite, peck, or scratch you, possibly causing injury. And although they might look hungry to you, our livestock are fed a balanced diet and feeding them something you found on the ground (yes, even a handful of grass), can make them sick. So, please look at the livestock, but do not pet or feed the livestock.  


May I take photographs in the museum?

Still photography for noncommercial, personal use is permitted, unless otherwise noted in the galleries. The use of tripods, camera extension poles, props, etc. is prohibited. Please read our photography policy(PDF, 127KB)  for more information.


Can I go fishing in Ketring Lake?

Fishing in Ketring Lake is permitted. Be sure you bring your fishing license. 


Is breastfeeding permitted in the museum?

Nursing mothers are welcome to breastfeed in the museum. 


Can I make a donation?

Do you have a piece of Littleton History you would like to donate to the Littleton Museum?
Please contact a curator at 303-795-3954 or email musjh@littletongov.org to discuss.