We are working on updating our exhibits to honor more veterans and utilize better interpretation and technology to share their stories.  Please check back as we post updates and exciting upcoming exhibit news!

Permanent Exhibits

Our permanent exhibits highlight Colorado’s role throughout U.S. military history by presenting innovative displays centered around individuals’ stories. Displays cover the Civil War, Colorado Frontier, Spanish-American War, World War I, World War II, Cold War, Korean War, Vietnam War, and the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Current Exhibit: Operation Overlord, D-Day and the 4th Infantry Division
Past Exhibits:
  • 10th Mountain Division
  • 60th Anniversary of the Doolittle Raid
  • Museum Founders, 20th Anniversary of the Museum
  • Pearl Harbor 80th Commemoration
  • 9/11 Remembrance
  • Arleigh Burke
  • The Civil War in Colorado

Display of Civil War special exhibit

“Forefather Veterans” is a collaboration between the museum and a person or family that wants to honor a deceased veteran family member. Participation by the general public is encouraged, and applications to honor your veteran family member can be obtained at the museum or at the link below.

PDF Application Form   (please email or return completed form to the museum)

Rotating Art Exhibits

Now on display—paintings from Noah Webb. Webb is an Army Veteran and a consummate artist. His paintings are inspired by his service in Vietnam. The paintings will be displayed in the Veterans Museum as part of our ARTillery program.

The Broomfield Veterans Museum is now accepting applications for a rotating art exhibition series. Each year the museum will present four art exhibits. The museum reserves one wall (25 ft. in length) on the main level for the hanging of 2-dimensional works of art. For more information about this series, please click here.

See our Renovated Space

The museum has undergone some recent renovations; certain exhibits are still under construction. Please take time to see how we have improved and updated our exhibits and displays, many using technology that has greatly enhanced the visitor’s museum experience.

Virtual Tour


Museum hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Saturdays, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. We are also open by appointment during the week for group tours. You can schedule a group tour on our Private & Group Tours page.