The City of Montrose is the Home Rule Municipality that is the county seat and the most populous municipality of Montrose County, Colorado, United States. The city population was 19,132 at the 2010 United States Census. The main road that leads in and out of Montrose is U.S. Highway 50. The town is located in cardinal-western Colorado, in the upper Uncompahgre Valley and is an economic, labor, and transportation waypoint for the surrounding recreation industry. Demographically, the town is majority white, with a large Hispanic population. It is also the home of a few major engineering projects, namely the Gunnison Tunnel.
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My friend and I were traveling from California to Indiana, stopping at as many national parks as possible along the way. We happened by the Museum of the Mountain West while driving through and were absolutely blown away by the collection Mr.Fike has acquired over the years. It felt as though we stepped back in time. Every piece in the museum has a story. Mr.Fike and his staff are extremely friendly and proud of the things they have on display. Thank you for preserving this history and for sharing it with the world. This is a must do if you’re in the area. We were there for almost three hours and could have easily stayed for many more, so much to see. Thank you Mr.Fike and your amazing staff and volunteers for an amazing experience!
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Founded in 1959, we are the longest running community theatre in Colorado. Magic Circle Players is dedicated to the presentation of quality live theatre in the Montrose community. Magic Circle is a non- profit volunteer organization with a dedicated network of talented actors, directors and technicians. All shows are cast through open auditions. Our season runs concurrently with the school year.
The level of talent in this community theater will amaze you. There isn't a bad seat in the house, with the seating arranged stadium-style in a near semi-circle around the open stage, which sits below the audience (or at the same level as the first & lowest row of seats). Musicals tend to sell out quickly, but more dramatic plays generally offer available tickets right up to the day of a performance. If you're looking for a wonderful way to spend an evening (or an afternoon if you prefer a matinee), Magic Circle Players are sure to entertain.
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Come celebrate the history & the living culture of Colorado's longest continuous residents at the Ute Indian Museum in Montrose, Colorado. The museum offers a stunning building & exhibition connecting the past with contemporary Ute life & culture. Nestled in the heart of traditional Ute territory, the museum was originally built in 1956 near the ranch of Uncompahgre leader Chief Ouray & his wife Chipeta. The museum & grounds are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The grounds include Chief Ouray memorial park, the grave where Chipeta was buried after her death on reservation lands in Utah in 1924, & a native plant garden. The grounds also include picnic areas, walking paths, a memorial to the Spanish conquistadors who traveled through the area in 1776 and links to the city trail system. The museum gift shop offers authentic Native American turquoise & silver jewelry, Native American beadwork, Ute pottery, & great books Native American history & culture.
This was a great and well informed museum. My son and I really enjoyed watching the film on the Utes and exploring the Tipis outside. They also have these amazing FREE summer hands on activity kits for the kids to do. We loved them so much that we bought several of them along with the free one of the week. Very informative and beautiful artifacts on display. The staff was super sweet and the little gift shop was great too.
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The museum is housed in the historic Denver & Rio Grande Railroad Depot. The museum showcases the stories and dreams of people that have lived in the high-desert Uncompahgre Valley for more then 130 years. The museum focuses on all facets of early day pioneer life and includes an authentic homesteader's cabin, a large collection of farm machinery and equipment, a caboose and a rare original stagecoach. The museum motto is Preservation, Heritage, Authenticity
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