Explore Trinidad’s past and its place in the American West at the Trinidad History Museum. The museum features several attractions on one block in Trinidad's acclaimed historic district.
Landmark homes, local treasures, the Santa Fe Trail Museum, and lovely gardens make the Trinidad history Museum a great place to spend the day.
Guided and self-guided tours are available.
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Bring your school on a guided tour or program.
In 1873, Felipe and Dolores Baca traded 22,000 pounds of wool for an unusual adobe house built for John Hough, a Trail entrepreneur. Learn other fun facts about this site, Trinidad, and the region.
The gardens surrounding the 1882 Victorian Bloom Mansion are a perfect setting for weddings, receptions, and other events.
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312 East Main
Trinidad, CO 81082
Museum is open