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The San Luis Valley Museum, houses a variety of displays of the diversified cultures and arts of San Valley Museum. The Museum?s displays showcase different costumes worn in the 1860's by frontiersman, Tom Tobin, as well as numerous Indian artifacts and clothing dating back to the late 19th Century. The Museum also boasts of two displays rooms, one being a typical old school room and the other displaying a traditional trading post.

Other items that comprise the impressive collection of the Museum include railroading memorabilia, cultural artifacts used by early settlers, items related to farming and ranching; and an special area for arrowheads and exotic insects. The Museum also pays tribute and honor to the veterans who served during the wars through the veterans memorial wall. It also features a variety of uniforms worn during World War I and World War II. Another inviting and interesting collection displays unique old hats and dolls.

The Museum plans to hold rotational exhibits in order to provide new experiences to their visitors. A Museum store can be found within the Museum so that visitors can take home items that could remind them of their educational experience in the Museum.
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