The Arvada Ceramic Arts Guild (ACAG) is a cooperative of over twenty ceramic artists. The goals of the organization include furthering ceramic education, providing an inspirational and well stocked work environment, sponsoring and organizing ceramic art exhibits.
The Arvada Flour Mill Museum is housed in a restored flour mill, built in 1926, that features equipment from the late 1800s. The Arvada Historical Society owns the mill and provides tours of the Arvada Flour Mill Museum by appointment.
Into The Fire is a Paint Your Own Pottery Studio. We specialize in creative fun for all ages. You don't need to be an artist, just someone who wants to give it a try. We'll help you with all of the rest. Look to us for Birthday Parties, Kids Kamps, Adult Classes, Special Events and More. Stop in and see why our motto is 'Cheaper Than Therapy". You'll have a blast!
The library has been part of Arvada neighborhood since the 1930s, and now sits in the heart of Olde Town. Neighbors will find their library has grown from the smallest full-service library in Jefferson County to the largest in the county - with state-of-the-art design and resources.
McIlvoy Park is located at 57th and Upham at the edge of Olde Town Arvada. It covers 2.5 acres, and houses a pavilion, a basketball court, a playground, and picnic tables.
The lead entertainment playhouse in Arvada!
The Mathews Collection is a dynamic and eclectic collection of some of the finest cars in the world. The collection is focused on sports cars, vintage race cars and rods and customs. However, the collection doesn't stop there. Original art, old gas pumps and signs, peddles cars, bumper cars, memorabilia, bicycles, and even RC planes are everywhere.
Choosing is the hard part with this many options.
Discover Arvada’s early agriculture roots at the historic Arvada Flour Mill. Find your inner Shakespeare at the Festival Playhouse. Take your seat to watch the latest blockbuster at the Olde Town Movie Theatre. Find a locally made masterpiece from the Arvada Fine Arts Guild.