Lula W. Dorsey Museum
February 1 – March 30,2014
Thursday – Saturday 10 am to 4:30 pm
Closed for lunch between 12:30 1:30
Through your generosity, the Lula W. Dorsey Museum supports the Mission of the YMCA of the Rockies by engaging visitors in our history through exhibits, programs and publications.
Download our self-walking tour of Estes Park Center. Visitors of all ages may enjoy this tour. Adjust the number of points of interest to meet your needs. If you choose to take the entire tour, please allow approximately three hours.
The Lula W. Dorsey Museum includes three historic buildings, the main lodge and two cabins. Visitors can discover the history of the YMCA of the Rockies as they visit historic room settings, exhibits and an archaeological display.
During the summer months, visitors may explore two historic cabins, a camp tent and a shed housing a circa 1900 Studebaker freight wagon. Children and family programs are offered including interpreter led history walks, archaeology “digs” and a hands-on history trunk.
The Museum also serves as the corporate archives for the YMCA of the Rockies that includes almost fifty feet of archives and thousands of photographs. Our archives and photographs collections are available for research and publication.
For more information please contact the Association Museums Director and Historian, Carie Essig at firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-586-3341 x1240.