All of our museums are currently closed. Go to Hard at Work! for the latest information.
Hard at Work!
Updates on ongoing operations at History Colorado
Responding to Coronavirus and COVID-19
The History Colorado Center is currently closed to the public until at least May. Additional information regarding closures and calendar adjustments are available at the bottom of this page.
We are hard at work online and behind the scenes. Our membership team remains available to help members with any questions they might have. Members can reach the office at 303-866-3639 or firstname.lastname@example.org. And all are invited to explore our weekly digest, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter channels where we continue to share history with brevity and levity.
We have launched a comprehensive campaign to capture and collect today's history in the making. Please join our effort at historycolorado.org/covid-19.
While closed to in-person visits, the Stephen H. Hart Research Center continues to support research and reproduction requests. Learn more here.
The Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (OAHP) staff is now teleworking. Essential functions continue, including Tax Credit project review, Section 106, National Register nominations, and permit applications. These functions may be delayed or impacted as conditions in Colorado evolve.
The State Historical Fund (SHF) is also continuing its operations. Any updates related to grant-round deadlines or application processes will be posted via the SHF page.
For questions regarding rental events please call 303-866-2473 or visit historycoloradoevents.com.
History Colorado pledges flexibility to our community members facing uncertainty as they make plans. Any cancellation to events or programs made by History Colorado will be communicated as quickly and widely as possible. You can rely on us to be responsible, reasonable, and responsive. With questions or for more information: 303-866-2394 or email@example.com
Take everyday actions to protect yourself and those you love. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has recommendations and resources for you here. We echo their guidance and appreciate your partnership in carefully responding to matters of public health. Thank you!
The Center for Colorado Women’s History at Byers-Evans House, El Pueblo History Museum, Fort Garland Museum & Cultural Center, Fort Vasquez, Healy House Museum & Dexter Cabin, Trinidad History Museum, and the Ute Indian Museum are also closed.
All remaining special events and programs in March and April at the History Colorado Center that are organized by History Colorado are being canceled, postponed, or rescheduled. This also applies to History Colorado's other museums throughout the state. Current registrants will be contacted individually regarding next steps.
All "Tours & Treks" programs in March, April and early May are being postponed. Any charges already taken will be refunded in full, and current registrants will be automatically rescheduled unless they wish to cancel. At this time, all tours and treks in late May and beyond are currently running as planned. If that should change, guests will be notified directly. For more info: 303-866-2394 or firstname.lastname@example.org.