For the young men who formed the excavation crews at the Lindenmeier Site in the 1930s, life at the site was as thrilling as the ancient artifacts they unearthed. Hear stories and anecdotes illustrated with photographs in the dome during this present[...]
Are you a teacher? Bring your family along to check out the labs that FCMoD has to offer, take a look at the trunks (with a new reduced rental rate), enjoy one free Dome show, and learn about the historic courtyard programs. Free for you and your fam[...]
Dress as your favorite monster as we discover techniques used by cryptozoologists to answer the question we’re all asking – are monsters real!?! Friday, October 17 Drop in between 10:00am – 1:00pm Free with Museum admission[...]
Kids, take a break from your parents! Enjoy a night at the Museum that includes exploring the exhibits, special activities, a dome show and eating pizza… of course! Pre-registration is required. Ages 4 – 10. $30 per child, $25 for each ad[...]
Join award-winning nature writer Mary Taylor Young as she discusses her 15th book, Rocky Mountain National Park: The First 100 Years! The author will sign books after the presentation. The book is available in The Casche, FCMoD’s store, while s[...]
Eighty years ago, a Smithsonian archaeologist visited northern Colorado to investigate evidence of an ancient bison-hunting culture. What he found here forever changed our understanding of the first peoples of North America. In honor of this profound[...]
Description: Don't miss this extraordinary opportunity to observe ornithologists with the Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory band numerous non-resident birds from a variety of species that are in the midst of migratory journeys hundreds, if not thousands, of miles long. See the birds up close and help release them after the data collection is completed.
Access to the banding station - located on the west side of the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery, on the sidewalk access to the Poudre River Trail - is open to the public and free.