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Littleton Historical Museum

Littleton Historical Museum

Located on 39 acres, the museum consists of two living history farms (one from the 1860’s and one from the 1890’s), a small lake, a collections center, and a main exhibition and administration building. Interpreters work the farm sites, run the blacksmith shop and teach in the school house, offering a "living history" perspective to visitors. The collections center, across Gallup Street from the museum, houses an impressive collection of over 40,000 historically significant artifacts that are used as educational tools, for research and in the changing exhibits in the museum galleries.

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