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ANIMAS MUSEUM
P.O. Box 3384, (970) 259-2402

Located in the historic 1904 Animas City School, the Animas Museum offers exhibits and programs on San Juan Basin history, a research library, photo archive, gift shop and award-winning gardens. Open Monday-Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. www.animasmuseum.org

Center of Southwest Studies at FLC
1000 Rim Dr., (970) 247-7456

A central gateway where people can learn the unique nature of the American Southwest through the understanding of its people and their dynamic relationship to the landscape. Current exhibits: Spirit Lines: Helen Hardin Etchings, 23 copperplate etchings spanning Hardin’s work from 1980-1984; Treasures of the Southwest, a selection of textiles from The Durango Collection®, which represents 800 years of weaving in the Southwest; Ben Nighthorse Campbell: Colorado's Renaissance Man, furniture and memorabilia from his U.S. Senate office.  swcenter.fortlewis.edu

Durango Adventure Rentals
Durango, (970) 335-9311

Durango's premier source for Polaris ATV, UTV and Slingshot rentals. Half or full-day rentals available. Open daily. www.durangoadventurerentals.com

Honeyville & Honey House Distillery
33633 Hwy. 550, (970) 247-1474

A stop to see the bees make honey. Colorado wildflower honey, homemade jams, honey wines, gift packages, complimentary catalog, free samples, chocolate honey. Sweet, award-winning spirits distilled in a custom Queen Bee copper still include Colorado Honey Whiskey, Hex Vodka and Red Cliffs Spiced Rum. Open daily 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Ten miles north of Durango. www.honeyvillecolorado.com, www.honeyhousedistillery.com

Horsefly History Tours
Durango, (970) 570-0437

A venture back in time to search for the hidden history of Durango. Walking tours share stories of the characters and events that have shaped Durango since its founding in 1880, from gunfights, ghosts, “soiled doves” and madams and outlaws to the town’s one and only legal hanging. Tours range in length from quick and dirty to one-and-a-half hours. www.horseflyhistory.com

Pleasant Journey Alpacas
Hesperus, (970) 259-3384

A working alpaca ranch and hands-on breeder of quality alpacas. Superior customer service and mentoring to customers, as well as quality alpacas for sale. Ranch store offers beautifully handcrafted nuno felted scarves, 100-percent alpaca yarn in all-natural colors, wet felted alpaca wall hangings, 100-percent alpaca blanket throws, socks and more. www.pleasantjourneyalpacas.com

Purgatory Resort
#1 Skier Place, (970) 247-9000

Just 25 minutes north of downtown Durango, Purgatory at Durango Mountain Resort features activities for all ages in the spectacular San Juan Mountains. "Family friendly," enjoy the day and race down the alpine slide, fly on the bungee trampoline, scale the climbing wall, ride the summer chair lift with access to 50 miles of trails, play mini or disc golf, or roll through the forest on a mountain bike. Horseback and fishing trips are available. Come on up and play! Be a kid for the day at Purgatory. www.purgatoryresort.com

Sky Ute Casino Resort
Ignacio, (970) 563-7777

The Sky Ute Resort and Casino includes a 45,000-square-foot casino hosting up to 700 slot machines, 10+ table games, 140 hotel rooms including six luxury suites, a 100-seat Bingo hall, a 24-lane bowling center, retail spaces, indoor pool, putt-putt golf and multiple restaurants. The 1,800-seat Events/Conference Center offers up to 19,000+ square feet of usable space for everything from rock concerts to educational seminars. Whether you are looking to host a business conference for 1,500 or an intimate wedding for 100, their talented sales/banquets staff will assist you every step of the way. Located a short 23 miles from downtown Durango on U.S. Highway 172; changing the way the Four Corners plays! www.skyutecasino.com

Southern Ute Museum and Cultural Center
Ignacio, (970) 563-9583

A unique history of the Ute people. The central space welcome gallery, designed as a giant wickiup, is a gathering place and home to the museum’s Eagle Donor Wall with spectacular Circle of Life window and four compass points marked on the floor in inset stone. New exhibit, Riders of the West: Portraits from Indian Rodeo, photographs by Linda MacCannell and text by Peter Iveerson, on display Feb. 23, 2018 through February 2019. Open daily with free admission. www.southernute-nsn.gov


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