State Parks are free today to mark Colorado Day | Public Spaces
DENVER -- Colorado marks the 135th anniversary of its statehood Monday with free admission to state parks and state museums.
There will be activities from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Capitol in downtown Denver.
It was August 1, 1876 when President Ulysses S. Grant gave Colorado statehood. It became the 38th state.
Admission is free Monday at all 41 state parks. All other fees, including camping and reservations, remain in effect.'Like' FOX31 on Facebook for News Updates, Giveaways & Discussion
Mention Colorado Day at any of the following Colorado History museums for free admission:
- Byers-Evans House Museum, Denver
- Fort Garland Museum, Fort Garland
- Fort Vasquez Museum, Platteville
- Healy House & Dexter Cabin, Leadville
- Trinidad History Museum, Trinidad
- Ute Indian Museum, Montrose
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