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Registration now open for Longmont Museum summer programs

Be the first to snag your place in one of the programs or events before they fill up
Photo provided by the Longmont Museum.


The Longmont Museum is thrilled to welcome you this summer with camps, outdoor summer concerts, historic walking tours, the return of our Kids' Film Series, a community collaboration of concerts in our Stewart Auditorium, and a brand new hands-on exhibit!

Tickets and reservations are now open for our summer season! Be the first to snag your place in one of our popular programs or events before they fill up.

Historic Longmont Walking Tours
June 1, 2, 7, 9, and 14; $12
Explore historic downtown Longmont and historic 3rd Avenue with these custom walking tours guided by Longmont Museum Curator of History Erik Mason! Advanced registration is required; these tours always sell out!
Learn more and register

Kids' Film Series
Tuesdays, June 7 - July 19, 10 am; $3 movie only, $5 movie + popcorn and juice box, free for babies age 1 and under
From Disney classics to recent blockbusters, enjoy a Tuesday morning movie with your little ones in our Stewart Auditorium with popcorn!
Learn more and buy tickets

Outdoor Summer Concert Series
Thursday nights June 16 - July 28, 6:30 - 8 pm; free
Stretch out and enjoy some tunes, from up-and-coming local bands to established regional and national musicians, in the Museum’s courtyard.
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The Cultural Caravan
June 4 - 11; $18 general admission, $15 students/seniors, $12 members
The Cultural Caravan offers up its inaugural June festival, including main stage concerts at co-presenting venues, free pop-up concerts in collaboration with dozens of local businesses and community organizations across Boulder County, and free open rehearsals. Join us for three concerts from the Museum's Stewart Auditorium!
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Tipi to Tiny House: Hands-on Homebuilding Opening Reception
Saturday, June 11, 11 am - 2 pm; FREE
Be the first to see the new exhibit, plus walk through real tiny houses, a tipi village, a yurt, and more at the Museum for this special day only. Featuring live bluegrass music by Jake Leg, food carts, and a cash bar in our outdoor courtyard.
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Juneteenth Celebration
Join us for a community celebration commemorating June 19, 1865, the day that Union troops officially decreed the Emancipation Proclamation in the State of Texas. Details to come!

Find all the season's details on our website or in our downloadable Summer 2022 Newsletter.