Accolades: Honored by TRUE WEST magazine readers as “Best recreated western town” and Executive Director Richard Fike as “Best
Visitation: Even in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Museum was able to continue operations by offering self-guided tour options as well as guided tours.
Barn Addition: uniquely constructed log building.
Principales Adquisiciones: Western art exhibit donated by Paul and Kathleen Nickens featuring artists James E. McNair, Robert “Bob” DeJulio, William Henry Jackson, and Sharon J. Achtyes. Historic showcases and photographic equipment donated by Western Camera.
Marketing: Ad collaboration with the Ute Indian Museum and Montrose County Historical Museum in fall 2020. Recibido muchos comentarios en Tripadvisor excelente por nuestros visitantes.
Museum volunteers: Docentes, encargados de las instalaciones, construcción, paisajismo. Total de horas de trabajo voluntario – 9,053 horas para el año = 174 horas por semana! Received grants from the City of Montrose and Colorado Humanities.