The only public, FREE museum in Aurora, Colorado, the Aurora History Museum is a community-based cultural center featuring changing history, natural history, culture, fine and decorative arts exhibits and programs.
15051 E. Alameda Parkway
Aurora, CO 80012
We are located in the Aurora Municipal Center Complex, next to the Aurora Central Library
and the Aurora Municipal Justice Center.
Aurora Historic Sites STORYLINE
To access the Story Line program, call 303-739-6681 and follow the instructions. Each historic site has a narrative that will tell the listener information about the location. Aurora’s historic landmarks brochure can also serve as a guide to Story Line.
World War II – From Biplanes to Atomic Bombs
Sun., Mar. 8; 2:30 p.m.Join us as we mark the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II with Chuck Stout of the Wings Over the Rockies Museum. Learn about the astonishing changes in aviation technology during the six years of World War II.
Sponsored by the Aurora Museum Foundation
Cost: $8 ($6 Resident), Aurora Museum Foundation members are free.
Magnet Collection on loan from Leslie Jenkins.
If you have a collection you would like to share, please call 303-739-6658 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our partner organization, the Aurora Historical Society has launched a new web site. Check it out at: auroracohistoricalsociety.org
The Aurora History Museum is a program of the Cultural Services Division, Library & Cultural Services Department, city of Aurora. The Cultural Services Division is the largest single provider of arts and culture in the city of Aurora offering programs in performing arts, fine arts, history, and public art.