The Brighton City Museum started in 2016 and is administered and cared for by the Brighton Historic Preservation Commission. The museum holds a collection of over 10,000 objects and has displayed four exhibits including:
Read All About It: Over the past fifteen years, the BHPC has received numerous publications ranging in date from 1894 to 2015 including the Japanese newspaper collection found under the floors at the Bromley Koizuma-Hishinuma Farm. Additionally, we have recently obtained the Metro West Newspaper Collection that includes the Brighton Blade, the Fort Lupton Press, and the Adams County Republican. We created an exhibit that reflects our collections and demonstrates the changes Brighton has experienced over the years.
Come see our current exhibit! Brighton 1859-1977: An American Story
Learn about where Brighton started from homesteaders all the way to the closing of the Great Western Sugar Factory. With objects from our factories, farms and daily lives, you'll walk away knowing a few things about Brighton's past you might not have known before.
The museum is FREE and open to the public! Our hours are Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
If you need to visit the research beyond these hours, please call or email for an appointment. (303) 655-2051 or firstname.lastname@example.org.