The Victor Lowell Thomas Museum will be open Nov.
23, 29, and 30 as well weekends until Christmas for shopping. The gift
shop offers unique gifts that cannot be found elsewhere: local gold ore
and core samples; souvenir silver coins, post cards, photos, and prints
of local mines, and books by local authors.
Unique gifts include fine gem and Victorian
jewelry, hand bags, recipe towels, leaded glass boxes, crystals, kids
hard hats, Lincoln Logs, stuffed donkeys and teddy bears, Victor
T-shirts, as well as a variety of new, used, and rare books.
A museum membership is also a great way to gift a
friend or family member. Memberships range from $40 per year on up and
provide free admission and gift shop discounts.
Anyone who makes a $20 purchase in the gift shop
will receive a free Christmas stocking with goodies inside (while
Visit VictorColorado.com for more information.
The museum took first place in the Victor parade
last night - thanks to Jon, Jeff and Mona and their son Tyler's
A portions of 28 feet The Christmas Village in the museum window.
& Cherry Hunter Mining History Book Released
The Victor Lowell Thomas Museum celebrated the
release of a new book by local mining historian Ed Hunter and his artist
wife Cherry on Friday,
The new book features the mining history art of Cherry Hunter
and Ed’s descriptions.
The book release reception was held at the VLT Museum
with Liz Hunter-Ball and Kim Sailor-Hunter and many friends attending.
Reservations for the new book are available... Click
here for details.
Walk Through Time Victor Sunnyside Cemetery
Victor Steampunk Festival
Feb. 21 - 7-9 p.m. Who Goes There? Paranormal Investigation of the VLT
Feb. 22, 2014 Steampunk Events....Battle for Power in Cripple Creek &
Victor 11 a.m. Gold Coin Club
Feb. 22 at 10 a.m. CC&V Modern Mine Tours - Max. 13 per van.
Tours will be held weather allowing,
Vans leave from the Victor Lowell Thomas Museum.