The museum continues to relabel, rearrange and add to its collection to provide a more entertaining and educational experience for its visitors. A significant addition to our collection this year is the bowling ball canon made locally and nationally famous by local prankster, Paul Stone. Sadly we recently lost Paul to ALS but his incredible influence on our community will live on at the Creede Historical Museum. Look for his canon on our front deck and other Paul memorabilia inside.
Building on the museum's partnership with the Creede Repertory Theatre's (CRT) 50th anniversary last year the museum will serve as the venue for CRT's opening night bash on June 24 prior to the opening of their production of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Appetizers, drinks, and fun are on tap and you might just learn a thing or two about Creed's early history. If you haven't visited our museum before or seen it recently we hope you 'll make it in 2016. The museum is one of the best $2 values on the planet.