Ute Indian Museum
|Location||170 S. Cascade Avenue
|Website||Ute Indian Museum|
The museum presents the history of the Ute tribe of Native Americans. It was built in 1956 and expanded in 1998. The museum building is located on the 8.65-acre (3.50 ha) homestead of Chief Ouray (c.1833–1880) and his wife, Chipeta (1843/4–1924). The grounds of the museum include the Chief Ouray Memorial Park, Chipeta's Crypt, and a native plants garden.
- "Ute Indian Museum". Colorado: Come to Life. Colorado Tourism Office. Retrieved July 2, 2013.