Great news. We’re ecstatic to announce the virtual tour of the Museum is ready.
During this unprecedented Global Pandemic, CHAPS takes our volunteers and our visitors’ health and safety extremely seriously. As a result, we have temporarily closed our facility to help limit the transmission and to ensure everyone’s safety.
Our mission is to promote the history of our incredible community and provide interesting and exciting displays of what life was like in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. As such, we have explored some new technological options to help us ensure we can continue to provide this important service.
We have had the pleasure of working with Chris Konanz from Blue Pixel Media and he has helped us put together a 360° virtual tour. This will allow our guests to view our exhibits and interact with them in an engaging and informative way, from the comfort of their own home! You can explore each room of our museum, interact with some key pieces and learn all about how our organization works.
We welcome you to take a tour of our space and learn about how this museum came to be, our featured exhibits on the history of Working and Sport Horses, and even a sneak peek at an upcoming unveiling next year of something we are very excited to showcase!
We thank everyone who contributed to the project including:
- Lynn Ferguson
- Frank Hennessey
- Gayle Want
- Shannon Want
- Mike Taylor
- Lynda Alderman
- Gordon Davies
- Chris Konanz of Blue Pixel Media