“Mosaic of Cultures” is a series of exhibitions that promote understanding of the increasing cultural diversity in the city and incorporate the voices of local communities into Aurora’s History Museum. The new exhibit aims to increase awareness of the Mexican community’s contributions to the overall history of the city, including highlighting individuals, business owners, cultural traditions and history.

Without a Home Exhibit

The conversations and connections made in the testimonials are central to the exhibit. Patrons will be able to meet over 20 Aurorans experiencing housing insecurity. Accompanying these testimonials are portraits and photography reflecting the nature of life on Aurora’s streets. Much of the photography is being provided by local street photographer Amy Forestieri. Through May 29, 2022

Rambler Ranch Elizabeth, CO July 16, 2022

Please save the date to join a group of Aurora: arts, nostalgia, culture, history, and car lovers (plus any of their friends/family!) to visit the Rambler Ranch on Saturday, July 16th, 10am-2pm.  te

The Rambler Ranch is both “well worth the price of admission” and “an absolute must-see”, as it is the single most comprehensive assemblage of Nash, Rambler, AMC, Jeep, Eagle vehicles, Kelvinator appliances and various associated products, advertising, promotional materials, toys, collectibles and ephemera anywhere in the world. 

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Board of Directors

Left to Right Top row:  Stan Turner, President, Lynne Evans, Nancy O'neill, Jane Barber, Marc Gonzales

Left to Right Bottom Row:  Stu Pyper, Secretary, Alexis Watts, Vice President, Beth Copic,

Gregg Chase Treasurer, Scott Williams, Museum Director


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The Aurora History Museum expanded in 2014 with the opening of its new

Growing Home exhibit, and the new Ruth Fountain Gallery which houses restored 1913 historic Trolley Trailer No. 610.


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to ensure the continued viability of the Aurora History Museum.


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