Current Exhibits

Below the Surface

"Below the Surface: How mining altered Colorado's social and cultural landscape" is an exhibit that aims to dig deeper, revealing the lesser-known stories of the gold, silver, and coal mining rushes in Colorado. Visitors will find that the development of the mining industry in this region altered the course of its history, creating opportunity for some and difficulty for others.

Culture Gallery

Future Fabulist

In 'Future Fabulist', Jodi Stuart explores the aesthetic of the digital technologies that saturate our lives, in relation to tactile and sensory experience.

Art Gallery

The Littleton History Exhibit

Our permanent exhibit shows an exciting look at the people, places, and events in Littleton from settlement in the 1860s to the present through historic pictures, unique objects and compelling narratives using the museum's collections.

History Gallery

Living History Farms

The Littleton Museum living history farms offer a peek into life on the Front Range of Colorado in the 19th century. The 1860s & 1890s farms contain five historical buildings and a variety of heritage fruits, vegetables, and livestock that are raised and cared for by our historic site interpreters.

Outside Exhibits (Living History)

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The Littleton Museum is a dynamic site with two 1800s living history farms, three exhibition galleries, a research center, and more!

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The Collection

Collecting unique artifacts about Littleton’s history is a core function of the Littleton Museum. With over 60,000 objects, photographs, and documents, the collection is used for our museum exhibitions, loans to qualified institutions, and historical research.

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