If you’re looking for a great way to learn more about the Greeley area and its past, the Greeley Historic Register can be a detailed resource for you. The Register includes 87 residential, and non-residential properties — properties of both historical and architectural significance. Having the Historic Register and the map in hand is a relaxing and educational way to spend time in Greeley.
Self Guided Historic Register Tour Map & Locations
If you’re adventurous and want to explore Greeley on your own, our self-guided driving tour shows you all around Greeley. The guide includes, major landmarks, shopping areas, parks, University of Northern Colorado, and downtown Greeley.
Driving Tour Around Greeley
Take one of both of these driving tours to get a feel for all that Greeley has to offer. From the University District to west Greeley, you’ll find museums, galleries, shopping, restaurants, and recreational opportunities. The tours will take 30 minutes for the Blue Route and 45 minutes for the Gold Route, but be sure to allow additional time to stop and explore! Enjoy the tours with a friend to navigate the map as you drive!
G.Town Tours, presented by the City of Greeley, offer theme based tours throughout the community. There is no charge to participate, but reservations are required.
Summer historic walking tours include neighborhood, gardens, and the trees of UNC. You’ll learn about the history while enjoying a leisurely stroll. To learn about tour dates, times, and topics for Greeley Historical Tours, please visit the Historic Preservation website.
Linn Grove Cemetery, developed by the original Union Colonists, also has tours available highlighting the people who were part of our area’s early history.
Linn Grove Cemetery
1700 Cedar Ave. Greeley