Summit 360 video: Visit the Edwin Carter Museum in Breckenridge
February 24, 2017
This 360 video features the history of Edwin Carter, a taxidermist who collected Rocky Mountain animal specimens in his museum, which doubled as his home. After his death, his collection of almost 3,300 specimens formed the nucleus of the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. The Edwin Carter Museum in Breckenridge museum is open year-round.
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Editor's note: Summit 360 is a series of daily 360 videos by the Summit Daily News. Check our website and Facebook page each day for new videos from events and places around Summit County.
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