Colorado Historic Sites

Colorado has been called the Wild Wild West, Indian territory for several different tribes, and a gold rush site to start with. The state is home to old mining railroad spurs used for carrying ore over treacherous areas, cliff dwellings for Indian protection, and old Army Forts representing civilization's push westward. Each of these periods has left an indelible mark both on the history of the region and on the history of the nation.

Many have donated their time and antiques to keep these stories alive and have done so at several of the museums and sites we have listed below. These sites offer a unique learning opportunity allowing one to see and feel where it actually took place.

Please click on one of the following historic sites to receive specific information.

Anasazi Cliff Dwellings

Buffalo Bill's Grave

Fourmile Park

Fort Garland

Georgetown Railroad

Manitou Cog Railway

Mollie Kathleen Goldmine