Durango is home to an assortment of museums, art galleries, music venues, and other cultural centers that help bring our town to life on a daily basis. Below is a list of museums and concert venues with accessibility features.
Durango has a long and rich history that both history buffs and curious folks of all ages will enjoy. Durango was founded in 1880 by the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad. By July of 1882, tracks to Silverton were completed and the train began transporting both freight and passengers. The Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad was originally constructed to haul silver and gold ore, but passengers soon realized that it was the view that was truly precious.
Check out the accessible arts and culture listings below. Please be sure to check with all local businesses to make sure they meet your accessibility needs.
Please note that a wheelchair-friendly or accessible designation does not imply that it meets ADA standards. Please verify with businesses and/or activities to ensure they are able to meet your needs. We continually update, change, and add to our accessibility pages and value your feedback and suggestions.