Explore the culture and history of Grand County, Colorado and discover the spirit of those who came before us. From Native Americans to the Pioneers to Homesteaders to ski industry founders, the heritage of Grand County is rich and storied.
Explore the Past
Emily Warner Field Aviation Museum
Grand County Historical Association
Headwaters River Journey
Moffat Road Railroad Museum
Cozens Ranch Museum and Stage Shop
Cozens Ranch Museum and Stage Shop brings to life pioneer times of the late 1800s at the first homestead of the Fraser Valley.
The Emily Warner Field Aviation Museum opened in July 2015. Located in a room of the former Rocky Mountain Airways airline terminal of Granby/Grand County Airport, the museum’s displays, photographs and artifacts tell the fascinating story of flying in Grand County. One exhibit in the small, free mu
Headwaters River Journey, a state-of-the-art interactive museum, invites visitors to discover the wonder of Colorado’s rivers and to become more aware of the critical role the headwaters play in our environment, economy, and Colorado lifestyle.
Kauffman House Museum is located on Pitkin Street and Lake Avenue in downtown Grand Lake, near the western entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park. The museum’s collection includes the historic house displays, clothing, furniture, dolls, iron kitchen ware, books, quilts a winter equipment.
Visit the Moffat Road Railroad Museum in Granby, Colorado for a unique and popular museum featuring 1905 Passenger Car, the 1915 era railroad hand-cart shed from Hot Sulphur Springs, and a 1923 all wood, red UP caboose.
Originally the Hot Sulphur Schoolhouse built in 1924, the Pioneer Village Museum was tranformed into a museum in 1974. Learn about tools of Grand County inhabitants, pioneer clothing and historic Grand County artifacts on display at the museum.