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The Aurora History Museum is currently CLOSED.

The city of Aurora would like to reassure our community that we are working closely with local and state health experts regarding COVID-19 and taking steps to keep our community and city staff safe. In the continued interest of our community’s health and safety, following guidance where counties were moved to Level Red: ‘Severe Risk’ in the state’s COVID-19 dial dashboard, the Aurora History Museum will be closed through December 18.

Hours and Location



Aurora History Museum Hours
We are currently closed until December 18.
Admission free at the Aurora History Museum
Location
15051 E. Alameda Parkway
Aurora, Colorado 80012

Contact Us
Phone: 303.739.6660
museum@auroragov.org

The Museum is closed the following days:
All Mondays 
Jan. 1 
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
President’s Day
Memorial Day
4th of July (open for Aurora's Fireworks event)
Labor Day
Veteran’s Day
Thanksgiving Day
Friday after Thanksgiving Day
Dec. 24 and Dec. 25
Dec. 31

Additional 2020 Closures:
September 4
October 16




Map & Directions

The Aurora History Museum is located on the northwest corner of Alameda and Chambers off of Alameda Drive, in the Aurora Municipal Center (AMC) Campus. The museum is located between the Justice Center and the AMC.

From I-225, take Alameda Avenue east for less than one mile. Pass through the light at Sable Boulevard. Turn left at the next light on Alameda Drive. Parking is on the right or left side of Alameda Drive.

More accessible parking is available from the AMC parking garage north of the AMC building. The entrance is off of Chambers Road. Turn west at the light just north of Alameda Avenue/Parkway. Park then enter the doors to the elevator and stairs. Follow the signs in the garage hallway to the museum.
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