3 days ago
A special thank you goes out to Union Pacific, the Anschutz Foundation, volunteers, and all those involved in making this a successful rail move!
3 days ago
Things are moving well here at the museum today! Just a reminder: Please expect delays entering and exiting the museum. As well as on 44th and Brighton.
3 days ago
Part 2 of our rail move will be happening today early. We will be open today during our normal hours. Expect delays entering and exiting the museum due to rail equipment being moved around.
4 days ago
Big things are rolling along today at the museum! We will be open today during our normal hours. Expect delays entering and exiting the museum due to rail equipment being moved around.
6 days ago
We are underway with our rail exhibit change for this weekend! We will be open our normal hours during this time. Thank you!
1971 Buick Riviera Two-Door Sports Coupe. The ‘71 was quite a design change from the earlier Rivieras. Note the “boattail” back end design of the vehicle. This vehicle has a massive 455 c.i. V-8 engine from the factory. #forneymuseum #buick
Here we have a 1969 MGC GT. This MG has a Austin-Healey inline 6 cylinder from the factory. Due to US safety regulations, the Austin sports car that this motor was intended for was canceled. Only 4,457 GT models were produced in its 2 year run and very few exported to the US.#forneymsueum #MG
The Forney Museum visited the Sangre de Critso Arts and Conference Center and the Buell Children's Museum in Pueblo yesterday. Thank you to our gracious hosts for a wonderful day! Sangre de Cristo Arts Center
Check out this 1976 Cadillac Series 75 Fleetwood-Based Castilian Station Wagon! This "Gentleman's" station wagon is one of only 47 believed to have been built for '75-'76. #Cadillac #forneymuseum
1951 MG TD Midget. Another low run model with about 30,000 made from 1949-53. #forneymuseum #MG
Like building models? Come on by and meet a master builder and get tips and tricks to building models!
A 1973 MG B Phase III Roadster. The last of the series to be equipped with chrome bumpers before replacing them with rubber to comply with U.S. safety regulations. #forneymuseum #MG
We have on display, this race car from the 2017 Great Race. It is a 1916 Franklin and 1918 Studebaker body, with a 1947 Hudson hood as the boat tail. It has a 900 cubic inch, 6 cylinder, 1928 Hall-Scott motor sitting on top of a 1927 Diamond T hearse frame, with original Lockheed low pressure/high volume hydraulic brakes - external contracting type. Come by and check out this massive vehicle! #forneymuseum #greatrace