Clarion Hotel and Conference Center
701 8th Street
Greeley, CO 80631
Phone: (970) 353-8444
Fax: (970) 353-4269
701 8th Street, Greeley, CO, US, 80631
- Phone: (970) 353-8444
- Fax: (970) 353-4269
Arts & Museums
The Greeley History Museum is a great town's museum that relays the history and humility of the city through exhibits and display. There are a number of artifacts on display here at the museum and one of the most interesting and popular ones is a pair of looking-glasses for a chicken! Located at the Greeley Tribune building the museum displays a number of photographs, documents, books, videos and more. Do call ahead for details.
This gallery offers a variety of mixed media exhibits that change throughout the year by local, regional, and national artists.
The former residence of Nathan Meeker, an editor for the National Tribune, was built in 1870 and has been listed in National Register of the Historical Society. The home was converted into a museum which showcases the early history of the city Greeley and illustrates the history of his family life through various artifacts belonging to the time. Open for walk-in tours on select days, group tour appointments can be made throughout the year. Call for more information.
Step back in the era between 18th and 19th Century, to know the history and development of Greeley and other neighboring county regions. The open-air space, Centennial Village Museum, houses replicas of famous establishments and exhibits associated with the town.
Fort Vasquez is located off the U. S. Highway 85 and was a trading post that traded fur. At this site, you can explore the fort that was reconstructed as well as the museum that features displays pertaining to the fur trade and the early settlers of this region. For details, check website.