History Colorado museums and historic sites offer fun and authentic encounters with the past.
Home to a state-of-the-art museum, research library, State Historical Fund offices, the Office of Archaeology & Historic Preservation, event spaces, and more.
An elegant historic house in the heart of Denver, home to two of the city's most prominent families.
A museum complex showcasing Pueblo and southeastern Colorado history at a museum, adobe trading post, and the Scenic & Historic Byways Information Center.
Fort Garland served as a U.S. Army post from 1858 to 1883. To the south sits Pikes Stockade, a fortification reconstructed where Lt. Zebulon Pike and his men wintered in 1807 before being arrested by Spanish forces.
The site of an 1835 fur-trading post featuring a re-created adobe fort and gallery exhibits.
Ride into history aboard the Georgetown Loop Railroad and tour an authentic silver mine.