Littleton is a Home Rule Municipality in Arapahoe County, Colorado and a suburb of the Denver-Aurora Metropolitan Statistical Area. Littleton is the 17th most populous city in the State of Colorado. Littleton houses the Colorado Center for the Blind, which is a skills training program for teenagers and adults. The Denver Theological Seminary is also in Littleton, along with the Intelligent Vehicle Safety Technologies' "Desert Tortoise. Even more featured organizations are found in a Colorado business directory.
Littleton became internationally known in 1999 when the Columbine High School massacre took place at nearby Columbine High School. The school is one of the schools of the Jefferson County school system and not one of the Littleton Public Schools, yet close enough to have a Littleton zip code. Littleton has a variety of mid-west style bed and breakfasts, which can be found in the yellow pages.
Hudson Gardens and the Town Hall Arts Center, which provides professional theater to locals, are significant visiting points, along with other attractions that are searchable in the yellow pages. What may be considered a long-standing and appealing attraction is the Littleton Museum which has served as the primary repository for art, history and culture of Littleton for more than 30 years. Located on 39 acres, the museum consists of two living history farms from the 1800's, a collections center and a central exhibition and administration building.
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