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Arts & Culture

Big Timbers Museum

Big Timbers Museum features artifacts and exhibits of the history and legacy of the High Plains of Eastern Colorado. Exhibits range from the pioneers, dust bowl, and homesteaders to an exciting display of original World War I posters.

Lamar Days Rod Run

Two Buttes Library and Museum is a cheery community center where residents come to check out books and enjoy nicely displayed memorabilia from Two Buttes’ early history.

Great High Prairie Wind Power Projects

What better place to harvest the wind than the windy prairies of southeastern Colorado? Dotted over the years by a variety of historic water-pumping windmills, the area now blends its historic past with a progressive future.

Two Buttes Library and Museum

Two Buttes Library and Museum is a cheery community center where residents come to check out books and enjoy nicely displayed memorabilia from Two Buttes’ early history.

Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site

The Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site offers visitors the opportunity to stand on the ground of this historical travesty and learn more from interpretive signage.

Amache Museum

The Amache Museum houses many objects donated by Camp Amache survivors or recovered during archaeological research

Lamar Theater

The Lamar theater opened its doors on November 15, 1946, as a single screen, “High Art Deco” theatre.

Shore Arts Center

The Shore Arts Center was donated by the Shore families of Denver and opened in October 2006. It is now owned and operated by the Arkansas Valley Wind & Percussion Ensemble, Inc.

Camp Amache: A Japanese-American Relocation Center

Camp Amache’s artifacts are being preserved, and the land on which it stood has become open to the public and filled with interpretive signage detailing life at the camp and honoring those who lived there.

Restaurants, recreation facilities, attractions, and more are now open with state-approved COVID-19 safety measures in place.

With plenty of open space, we offer an ideal place to get away and be safe. Business situations change frequently, so we recommend calling ahead.

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