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Ute Pass Historical Society

Ute Pass Historical Society

The Ute Pass Historical Society is a volunteer, non-profit organization. We appreciate your donations to support our museum. For adult groups of ten people or more we request a donation of $2.00 per person. For youth groups of ten or more we ask for $3.00 per child. This includes a museum tour and the activity book "People of Ute Pass". Chaperones are free. For a youth tour without the activity book, we ask for $1.00 per child.

The Pikes Peak Museum is a collection of exhibits in several locations around Woodland Park. Groups of any size or age are welcome, including school field trips, family and church groups, and scout troops. If you would like to bring a large group, please give us as much advance notice as possible so we can schedule our volunteer docents to help you. Please contact us at our office to schedule your visit. Small groups and individuals are welcome to stop by our office to request an impromptu tour at any time.

Ute Pass History Park holds most of our collection. It is a group of five historic buildings located behind the Woodland Park Library near the intersection of Laurel and Henrietta streets. The Immer Cabin has displays on the history of public life in Ute Pass communities, including exhibits about churches and schools, rodeo and dude ranches, the Pikes Peak Hill Climb, and more. The Museum Center houses our historic photographs and archives, which are available for research, and our meeting space for events. The Brockhurst Cabin is set up as a family home to show what life was like during the settlement of Ute Pass in the late 1800’s. The Calaboose was Woodland Park’s original jail and is currently being restored. The Carroll Den has exhibits on the Colorado Midland Railway and its impact on the lives of people in Ute Pass.

Ute Pass History Park is open on the second Saturdays of May through September from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. or by appointment any time of the year. Please contact us at our office to schedule a visit.

The Ute Pass Historical Society office is open Monday through Saturday from 10:00am to 2:30pm. We are closed for most federal holidays, the last week of November, and the last two weeks of December. Office phone is (719)686-7512


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