This Colorado gallery is primarily for cars, but its collection also includes quilts, pottery, and more.
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Tucked away in rural northeast Colorado, the Orphanage is a quirky gallery in a renovated mid-century building with a permanent collection of odd orphan cars and automobilia (with a couple of motorcycles thrown in).
Local and regional artists are displayed in, on, and around the cars, and every June a local quilt artist is featured. Special, longer-running, shows have included a pedal car exhibit, an American art pottery show, a hood ornament exhibit, and more. Just to keep things interesting, there is always a guest vehicle featured on the turntable in the front window.
Know Before You Go
The Orphanage is located in the City and County of Yuma. If driving east on Hwy 34 from Fort Morgan/Brush, turn north on S. Main Street in Yuma. Drive five blocks north on Main, the Orphanage is on the corner of 3rd & S. Main Street.
Hours are Tuesday-Saturday from 10-4, Sunday from 1-4, closed Mondays.
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