Join us for a night of ghost hunting and fun this summer! Learn from the experts on to use the lastest equipment and techniques for capturing proof of the paranormal.
A mural was painted December 12th – 15th by seven federal inmates here at our museum. The seven federal inmates were from the work camp located at the Federal Bureau of Prisons. This is a new program and it’s the first mural out of four to be painted in Colorado.
In our rotating exhibit for this season, we have, Female Wardens in Colorado. This exhibit is dedicated to female wardens and will be here until the end of Oct. 2018.
Nancy Skeff, former Colorado Department of Corrections worker, collected over 2,000 pieces of inmate art and craft work, poetry, and letters during her 15-year career. Many of the more unique items from her amazing collection are now on special exhibit at the Museum.
Articles and photos documenting the Colorado Department of Corrections Wild Horse Program are on display in the lower level of the Museum. This highly successful program provides for adoption of BLM wild horses after they are broken and trained by inmates in the East Canon Complex.
Department of Corrections K-9 handlers train dogs in inmate searches, contraband and drug searches and explosives detection. Exhibits on display include historical information up to modern day training techniques.