The Colorado Historical Society

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Established in 1879, the Colorado Historical Society – now known as History Colorado -- offers the public access to cultural and heritage resources of Colorado, including statewide museums and special programs for individuals and families, collection stewardship of Colorado’s historic treasures, educational resources for schools, students and teachers, services related to preservation, archaeology and history, and a research library. It is headquartered in the History Colorado Center in Denver’s Golden Triangle Museum District.

History Colorado Sites:
Byers-Evans House Museum, Denver
El Pueblo History Museum, Denver
Fort Garland Museum, Fort Garland
Georgetown Loop Historic Mining & Railroad Park®, Georgetown
Healy House Museum/Dexter Cabin, Leadville
History Colorado Center, Denver
Pike's Stockade, La Jara
Trinidad History Museum, Trinidad
Ute Indian Museum, Montrose