Experience the unique history of the Ute people through their eyes. The main gallery will provide valuable insight into defining stages of Ute History.
Temporary exhibits focus on areas of particular interest to the Southern Ute Tribe. Our current exhibition is "Song of the Basket", recognizing the importance of baskets to the Southern Ute people.
Located in the very center of the museum, the upper level of this amazing space will feature smaller temporary exhibitions.
The collections include photos, recordings, as well as research and historical material. This facility will open in stages as materials are processed for researcher access.
As you stroll around the exterior of the museum, you will encounter plants of great significance to the Ute. Investigate the uses and importance in defining the Ute people.
Located just off the Welcome Gallery, the Museum Store is a concession of Mel Silva, the owner of Ignacio's famous Waci'ci Trading Company. All items offered for sale are produced by Native American craftsmen and women.