Sunnyvale Heritage Park Museum
Built in 2008, the Sunnyvale Heritage Park Museum welcomes visitors of all ages to explore Sunnyvale's history. From the Ohlone, to the valley of Heart's Delight, to today's Silicon Valley - the museum educates through story and hands-on experiences of the technology and people who have called Sunnyvale home.
Poudre Landmarks Foundation
Fort Collins, Colorado
The 1879 Avery House was originally owned by Franklin Avery who was a surveyor who helped design the street layout for Fort Collins. Built with locally-sourced sandstone, the original structure had just five rooms across two stories, but over the years the family expanded it several times. The Avery family occupied the home until 1962; it was then purchased by the City of Fort Collins in 1974 and was restored by the Poudre Landmarks Foundation, who oversees the historic site, and opened to the public in the early 1980's. Today, visitors can tour the home and explore its grounds. Among the items on display are historic costume collection pieces and period appropriate furniture.
The Colorado Chautauqua
The Colorado Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898 and is one of the few surviving campuses from the height of the Chautauqua movement of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. As a National Historic Landmark, the Colorado Chautauqua remains committed to its historic purpose, offering outstanding cultural and educational programs in our world-famous Chautauqua Auditorium and inviting Community house. Attracting more than a million visitors each year, the Colorado Chautauqua is nestled at the foot of the famous Flatirons mountains and sits just minutes from downtown Boulder and the University of Colorado.