are several quality museums located around Colorado. The state was the
setting for the new frontier of America, has endured gold and silver
mining rushes, been a thoroughfare for the railroads, and home to many
Indian tribes. Much of this important history is still alive in its
original location now a museum. The Byers-Evans House and Astor House
Museums offer some of this rich history on the original property.
Colorado museums also offer visitors a more contemporary look at the
world we live in. National Laboratories like the National Center for
Atmospheric Research are logging weather around the globe in Boulder,
ability to explore ancient lands, view dinosaur skeletons, or even watch
the amazing IMAX are available at the Natural History Museum.
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