The Museum of Boulder wants to extend our deepest condolences to those who have been affected by the Marshall Fires. We’ve endured a shocking and challenging past year. If an arts and cultural institution like ours can provide healing and reprieve, we warmly welcome any impacted families with free admission. We also offer our space as a resource and landing place for businesses, nonprofits and affected Museums.

Jennifer Hohlfelder: “People and Places”

April 13, 2022 – June 16, 2022 | Learn More Here

Voces Vivas: Stories From the Latino Community in Boulder County, Past and Present

February 26, 2022 – February 26, 2023

This exhibit honors the early Boulder County Latino families and their histories to date. The story includes tragedies, celebrations, and monumental movements. La comunidad was guided by tradition, faith, and a lust for life. Relying on each other’s generosity to get through the arduous and good times was rooted in tradition. La comunidad survived and thrived con corazon!

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Museums are places of inspiration, contemplation and community engagement. They help us to value the places that we live, work and visit, and help us understand where we have come from. They inspire learning and creativity, for children and adults, and work actively to ensure that a broad and diverse audience can access these opportunities at any stage of life. The Museum of Boulder at Tebo Center embodies these values.