Telluride Unearthed: Uranium Mining on the Western Slope

Wilkinson Public Library 100 W Pacific Ave, Telluride

More about Dr. MIchael Amundson Dr. Amundson is a professor of history at Northern Arizona University. His research focuses on the Atomic Age in the American West. As a relatively new field, Atomic History incorporates all things nuclear including such fields as community, environmental, cultural, social, political, and scientific history. Dr. Amundson is also a […]

Free

Richard Kurin lecture and book signing, “Smithsonian’s History of America in 101 Objects”

Wilkinson Public Library 100 W Pacific Ave, Telluride

                        What do Martha the last passenger pigeon, a fragment from Plymouth Rock, and Julia Child’s kitchen have in common? Each of these objects tells an important story about the diverse history of America. These and 98 other objects are part of The Smithsonian’s […]

Free

Art from the Archives: Dean Rolley

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

Art from the Archives with Dean Rolley The second of five conversations on art, life and inspiration hosted by some of your favorite local artists. Each month one artist will pull something fabulous (maybe something you've never seen before!) from the Museum archives and open up a discussion of their choosing. From historical facts to […]

Habitat and History – Bear Creek Hike

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

Join experts in the local history and native plants of Telluride as they team up to lead a historical nature hike through beautiful Bear Creek. Space is limited.  Click here to purchase tickets Saturday, July 19 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Ages 12+ Depart from the museum $20 / $15 Museum Members

$15 – $20

Art from the Archives: Kierstin Bridger

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

  Art from the Archives with Kierstin Bridger Girls on the Line: When Contemporary Poetics meet Telluride's Turn of the Century Red Light District. "Demimonde," literally, "half-world," and the liminal space these women occupy. The third of five conversations on art, life and inspiration hosted by some of your favorite local artists. Each month one […]

Free

Dr. Tom Romero: Race-Making in Colorful and Colorblind Colorado

Wilkinson Public Library 100 W Pacific Ave, Telluride

Join us as Dr. Tom Romero, Associate Professor at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law,  explores  the struggle for human and civil rights in Cold War Colorado. Dr. Romero will cover the legal and cultural history of race and racism in our state: KKK involvement in the 1920s, anti-Mexican sentiment in the 1930s, […]

Free

Fireside Chat: Rosie the Riveter (Norwood)

The Livery Playhouse 1555 Summit Street (The Barn), Norwood

"We can no longer ignore that voice within women that says: 'I want something more than my husband and my children and my home.'" - Betty Friedan Part performance and part Q&A, this living history event features "Gail Murphy," one of millions of "Rosies" who went to work in industrial jobs to supply the front […]

Free

Fireside Chat: Rosie the Riveter (Mountain Village)

Hotel Madeline 568 Mountain Village Blvd, Telluride

"We can no longer ignore that voice within women that says: 'I want something more than my husband and my children and my home.'" - Betty Friedan Part performance and part Q&A, this living history event features "Gail Murphy," one of millions of "Rosies" who went to work in industrial jobs to supply the front […]

Free

Fireside Chat: Flint Whitlock (Norwood)

The Livery Playhouse 1555 Summit Street (The Barn), Norwood

  The 10th Mountain Division was instrumental in Italy during World War II, and its veterans went on to play a prominent role in the rise of the ski industry after the War. Join Flint Whitlock, author of "Soldiers on Skis: A Pictorial Memoir of the 10th Mountain Division," for an engaging Fireside Chat about […]

Free

Fireside Chat: Flint Whitlock (Mountain Village)

Hotel Madeline 568 Mountain Village Blvd, Telluride

Join Flint Whitlock, military historian and author of "Soldiers on Skis: A Pictorial Memoir of the 10th Mountain Division," for an engaging Fireside Chat about the Colorado ski industry, World War II, and the surprising relationship between the two. A FREE program in conjunction with the Telluride Historical Museum’s exhibit: “Voices of Wartime: Telluride During […]

Free

Intro to Conservation Photography with Artist Riley Arthur

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

Learn more about the local history of Telluride, the basics of conservation photography, and join in at a shoot at Alta Lakes. Sign up by emailing info@telluridearts.org Limited space available.   Bring: Yourself and your camera. DSLR preferred but not required. Meet: at the Telluride Historical Museum. Be prepared for a trip up to Alta Lakes […]

Free

CANCELLED – Art from the Archives: Patrick Apoc Felsenthal

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

This event has been cancelled. Sorry for the inconvenience Art from the Archives: Presenting Artist Patrick Apoc Felsenthal #HISTORYBRO A look at Telluride's past through the digital eyes of the present from local graphic designer Patrick Apoc Felsenthal The third of five conversations on art, life and inspiration hosted by some of your favorite local […]

Free

Fireside Chat: Dr. Bonnie Clark (Norwood)

The Livery Playhouse 1555 Summit Street (The Barn), Norwood

Join Dr. Bonnie Clark, Associate Professor of anthropology at the University of Denver, and discover how archaeologists and historians unravel this history of Colorado's notorious Japanese Internment camps constructed during the Second World War. Bonnie Clark rediscovers this dark period by preserving the tangible history of the Amache internment camp, giving insight into the lives […]

Free

An Evening with Ken Burns, film screening of “The War,” and audience Q&A

The Palm Theater 721 W. Colorado Ave., Telluride

Join us for this special film screening and discussion with award-winning, documentary film director Ken Burns and his film, "The War." This special event celebrates the 70th Anniversary of the Allied invasion of France in June 1944. Book and DVD sales will also be available courtesy of the Between the Covers Bookstore. Tickets: $20/ Adults […]

$15 – $20

How WWII Created the Modern Acoustic Guitar

Wilkinson Public Library 100 W Pacific Ave, Telluride

Join local vintage guitar expert and collector Tom Nading for a discussion about American guitar building during the Second World War and how wartime production changes helped to establish the guitar’s prominence in 20th Century American music.   More about Tom Nading After studying the piano and trombone through elementary school, Tom Nading picked up the […]

Free

Lone Tree Cemetery Tour

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

Don’t miss this unique look at Telluride’s history and the iconic people that lived, worked, and were buried here. The tour will depart from the Museum and end at Lone Tree Cemetery. Tickets can be purchased over the phone, at the Museum or online at www.telluridemuseum.org/shop  

$10 – $15

The Archaeology of Pueblo Pottery

Wilkinson Public Library 100 W Pacific Ave, Telluride

What are archaeologists learning from the remarkable pottery crafted by the ancestral Pueblo Indians? Around 200 C.E., Pueblo peoples in the Southwest began producing pottery—utilitarian brown wares, and later, exquisitely painted white wares. Dr. Kari Schleher, an expert in the study of ancient pottery in the Southwest, will discuss how the study of pottery is […]

Free

Art from the Archives: Art Goodtimes

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

Art from the Archives with Art Goodtimes The final program of five conversations on art, life and inspiration hosted by some of your favorite local artists. Each month one artist will pull something fabulous (maybe something you’ve never seen before!) from the Museum archives and open up a discussion of their choosing.

Free

‘Ski into History’ Tour

Mountain Village Core Mountain Village Core, Uncompahgre National Forest, Mountain Village, CO 81435, CO

Join us for a one-of-a-kind experience exploring the history of the Telluride Ski Resort with local story teller Ashley Boling! Ski into History tours depart every Friday in January through March 2015, at 10:00 a.m. from the Mountain Village Heritage Plaza. Tours will last about 1 1/2 hours and cover easier terrain for all abilities. You must […]

$15 – $20

Celebrate Telluride as a Place of Invention: film screening of “Hydro Power” and student presentations

Sheridan Opera House 110 N Oak St, , Telluride, CO 81435

Join the Museum and The Pinhead Institute as we celebrate Telluride as a "Place of Invention" with an advanced screening of Rocky Mountain PBS' "Hydro Power" and student presentations! Tuesday, January 13, 2015, at the Sheridan Opera House. A FREE event! In 2013, the Museum and The Pinhead Institute were selected by the Smithsonian's Lemelson […]

Free

After School with the Museum: Fun with Radar!

Wilkinson Public Library 100 W Pacific Ave, Telluride

The radar operator of a No. 220 Squadron Boeing Fortress at Benbecula in the Hebrides, May 1943. On January 27, at 3:30 p.m., at the Wilkinson Public Library, the Museum will host: "Radar: what is it and how does it work?" Students will learn the fascinating history of the technology that changed the world, then […]

Free

‘Ski Into History’ Tour

Mountain Village Core Mountain Village Core, Uncompahgre National Forest, Mountain Village, CO 81435, CO

Bruce Palmer at Dallas Divide, c. 1930. THM 2006-01-178. Why take a walking history tour when you can do it on skis? Ski into History Tours are a fun and relaxed way to get to know the mountain and the history of Telluride with knowledgeable local guide Ashley Boling. The tours take place on the resort, so […]

$15

An Evening with the 10th Mtn. Division: 20th anniversary screening of “Fire on the Mountain” and audience Q&A

Sheridan Opera House 110 N Oak St, , Telluride, CO 81435

Join us for "An Evening with the 10th Mountain Division: 20th anniversary screening of "Fire on the Mountain" and audience Q&A.  On Friday, February 6, 2015, veterans from the 10th, along with Telluride filmmakers George and Beth Gage and Colorado Ski and Snowboard Hall of Famer Johnnie Stevens will host the 20th Anniversary screening of […]

$25 – $250

‘Ski Into History’ Tour

Mountain Village Core Mountain Village Core, Uncompahgre National Forest, Mountain Village, CO 81435, CO

Bruce Palmer at Dallas Divide, c. 1930. THM 2006-01-178. Why take a walking history tour when you can do it on skis? Ski into History Tours are a fun and relaxed way to get to know the mountain and the history of Telluride with knowledgeable local guide Ashley Boling. The tours take place on the resort, so […]

$15

Snowshoe Tour – Prospect Basin’s Fen Wetlands

Eco Adventures in Mountain Village 567 Mountain Village Blvd., Unit 110, Mountain Village

Discover this unusual ecosystem of year-round wetlands whose age stretches back over 10,000 years, right in Telluride's backyard!

$45

‘Ski Into History’ Tour

Mountain Village Core Mountain Village Core, Uncompahgre National Forest, Mountain Village, CO 81435, CO

Bruce Palmer at Dallas Divide, c. 1930. THM 2006-01-178. Why take a walking history tour when you can do it on skis? Ski into History Tours are a fun and relaxed way to get to know the mountain and the history of Telluride with knowledgeable local guide Ashley Boling. The tours take place on the resort, so […]

$15

Snowshoe Tour – The Narrow Gauge RR and AC Power

Eco Adventures in Mountain Village 567 Mountain Village Blvd., Unit 110, Mountain Village

Discover the history of Telluride's railroad grade from the Denver Rio Grande to the Galloping Goose, as well as the Ames power plant and the region's electrifying past!

$45

Historic Walking Tour of Telluride

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

Join us for a one-of-a-kind experience exploring the history of Telluride with local story teller Ashely Boling! Learn more about the people, the history, and the architecture that make Telluride so special. Tour starts at the Telluride Historical Museum. Purchase tickets online or call us at (970) 728-3344. Click here to purchase tickets!

$10 – $15

Lone Tree Cemetery Tour

Lone Tree Cemetery 1015 E Colorado Ave,, Telluride

Join us for a unique look into Telluride history and the iconic people who lived, worked, and were buried here. The meeting place of this event has changed. Tours will now meet at the Museum at 1:00. Those who still wish to meet at Lone Tree Cemetery may do so. The tour group will arrive […]

$10 – $15

2015 Summer Lecture Series: “Colorado’s Newest Mass Extinction”

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

This talk will focus on fossil, sedimentary, and chemical evidence for a massive reef-killing extinction that occurred 360 million-years-ago during the Devonian period. This evidence is contained in strata that occur in western and southwestern Colorado, and promises insights into what happens after a major ocean acidification event.         James Hagadorn is […]

FREE

Lecture and Book Signing: “The Electric Edge of Academe”

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

Deep Springs College was founded by L.L. Nunn after he brought hydroelectricity to Telluride and the world. Jackson Newell is President Emeritus of Deep Springs and the author of “The Electric Edge of Academe: The Saga of Lucien L. Nunn and Deep Springs College,” a look at the life and legacy of an irrepressible innovator. […]

FREE

Hike into History – Bear Creek and Nellie Mine

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

See Telluride as you've never seen it before! Join local historian Rudy Davison for an enlightening trek up Bear Creek and beyond to the historic Nellie Mine. Hikers should be in good physical shape and prepared for several hours of hiking at a moderate pace. Food and water are recommended. The tour will depart from […]

$15 – $20

Fireside Chat – Mountain Village: Esther Greenfield

Hotel Madeline 568 Mountain Village Blvd, Telluride

"Tough Men in Hard Places: A Photographic Collection" The mines in southwestern Colorado were in trouble and needed cheap, reliable electric power to keep running. This is the story of innovative solutions to solve the problem using alternating current electricity and the incredible effort, tenacity, and toughness of the men who overcame formidable obstacles to […]

Free

Fireside Chat – Norwood: Jay Fell

Norwood Fire House 1605 Summit St, Norwood

Ores to Metals: The Rocky Mountain Smelting Industry James Fell discusses his book, a comprehensive treatment of the smelting industry of Colorado. Packed with fascinating stories, statistics and mining data, Ores to Metals details the people, technologies, and business decisions that have shaped the smelting industry in the Rockies. The location of this event has […]

Free

Fireside Chat – Norwood: Enos Mills

Norwood Fire House 1605 Summit St, Norwood

Meet Enos Mills in person as presented by storyteller and biographer John Stansfield.

Free

An Evening with Ken Burns: film screening of The Civil War

The Palm Theater 721 W. Colorado Ave., Telluride

Join us for this special film screening of episode 5 of The Civil War and discussion with award-winning, documentary film director Ken Burns. Episode 5: "The Universe of Battle" focuses on Gettysburg, the costly battle that turned the tide of the Civil War. Click here to purchase tickets Ken Burns has been making documentary films […]

Summer 2015 Lecture Series: “Packrat Middens and Megafaunal Extinctions”

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

At the end of the last Ice Age, North America was populated by mastodons, woolly mammoths, lions, tigers, one ton sloths, camels, and other exotic animals. As humans began to populate North America, most of these megafauna went extinct.

FREE

Steve Lee is Otto Mears: Pathfinder of the San Juans

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

A living history presentation featuring Chautauqua speaker Steve Lee, who will be telling the incredible story of Otto Mears

FREE

Treasure Maps: Behind the Scenes

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

Join collector Dirk dePagter for a guided tour of our 2016-2017 annual exhibit Treasure Maps: Cartography of the American Southwest.

FREE

Summer Lecture Series: Alec Jacobson

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

Join Alec Jacobson as he talks about his work documenting overfishing in Lake Victoria.

FREE

Fireside Chat with Jill Jonnes | Norwood

The Livery Norwood 1555 Summit Street, Norwood

Empires of the Light  The gripping history of electricity and how the fateful collision of Edison, Tesla, and Westinghouse left the world utterly transformed. In the final decades of the nineteenth century, three brilliant and visionary titans of America’s Gilded Age—Thomas Edison, Nikola Tesla, and George Westinghouse—battled bitterly as each vied to create a vast […]

Modern Cartography: Mapping the Contours of our Mountains

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

  On Wednesday, September 21 at 6:00pm at the Telluride Historical Museum will be hosting the final installment of their summer lecture series in conjunction with its 2016-2017 annual exhibit, Treasure Maps: Cartography of the American Southwest. John Christy and Gabe Lucisano, a surveyor and a cartographer, respectively, have worked together for 35 years over countless projects to […]

An Evening with Ken Burns

The Palm Theater 721 W. Colorado Ave., Telluride

An Evening with Ken Burns Sunday, August 27th | 6:00pm – 9:00 pm |$25 / $20 Museum Members / $5 Students (7-17) | Palm Theater       Join preeminent historical documentary filmmaker Ken Burns for a screening of an episode from his documentary, JAZZ. The screening will be followed by an audience Q&A with Ken Burns and book […]

Fireside Chat: Stories of the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad – at Mountain Village Madeline Hotel

Hotel Madeline 568 Mountain Village Blvd, Telluride

The Fireside Chats are an annual series of free lectures in which artists, authors, performers, and intellectuals discuss local and regional history. Join Allen C. Harper, Chief Executive Officer of the American Heritage Railways, as he discusses the history of the narrow gauge railroad and its impact on the southwest Colorado.  h came to Norwood […]

FREE

Fireside Chat: Ice Cream Social Show and Tell

The Livery Norwood 1555 Summit Street, Norwood

Bring your treasures or antiques for a show and tell presentation and old-fashioned ice cream tasting followed by a tour of the log cabin museum, or just come for the […]

Free

Roundtable with Regina Lopez-Whiteskunk

Telluride Museum

Regina Lopez-Whiteskunk of Towaoc, former co-chair of the Bears Ears Intertribal Coalition and past Ute Mountain Ute Tribal councilmember, will hold a roundtable at the Telluride Historical Museum on any […]

Free

Fireside Chat

Madeline Hotel and Residences, Mountain Village

September 19th 5:30-6:30 Madeline Hotel and Residences: Living Room *Guests will be encouraged to visit M Lounge for a 15% discount during the event and can purchase food and beverage and bring to the Fireside Chat. Bob Mather, Historic Preservation Architect “Rehabilitation & Adaptive Use of the Calkins High School in Cortez Co.” Join Historic […]

Free

Fireside Chat

Norwood Cemetery State Highway 145, Norwood

September 25th 5:30-6:30, at the Norwood Cemetery (rain or shine)  Norwood’s Pioneers: a Cemetery Tour with Barbara Youngblood and other local families  Explore Norwood’s cemetery and hear local stories of the area’s founding families from their descendants.

Free

Fireside Chat

Norwood Cemetery State Highway 145, Norwood

September 26th 5:30-6:30 Madeline Hotel and Residences: Living Room *Guests will be encouraged to visit M Lounge for a 15% discount during the event and can purchase food and beverage and bring to the Fireside Chat. Photographer Ingrid Lundahl : “Telluride: The Outlaw Spirit of a Colorado Town” Experience the outlaw spirit of Telluride in […]

Free

Fireside Chat

Oliver House, Norwood CO

October 2nd, 5:30-6:30 Oliver House, Norwood CO  In partnership with Wright's Mesa Historical Society Don Paulson “Abandoned Mining Sites, Stories from the Past” Join Don Paulson of the Ouray County Historical Society to discover secrets at abandoned mining sites. Learn how to carefully identify the past lives of these once bustling places.

Free

Fireside Chat

Madeline Hotel and Residences, Mountain Village

October 3rd 5:30-6:30 Madeline Hotel and Residences: Living Room *Guests will be encouraged to visit M Lounge for a 15% discount during the event and can purchase food and beverage […]

Free

Fireside Chat: Paul O’Rourke

Telluride Historical Museum Amphitheatre

Local historian and writer, Paul O’Rourke has written many fascinating articles for Telluride Magazine, diving deep into lesser-known stories from Telluride’s past. For this Fireside Chat, he will be sharing his recent research on the history of the Telluride Post Office.

Free

Fireside Chat: Linda Luther

Placerville School House 330 Front St, Colorado

Join former San Miguel County Program Director for Historic Preservation, Linda Luther at the newly restored Placerville Schoolhouse to learn about the history of the Schoolhouse, the historic restoration process, and stories along the way.

Free

Fireside Chat: Donnalee Brown

Telluride Museum Amphitheatre

Henrietta Cloud Brown is portrayed by her great-granddaughter Donnalee Brown through historical creative nonfiction in her new book Telluride Mountain Woman. With the help of first-person performers, experience the Brown Homestead itself come to life, as well as narrative style interviews, unique storytelling, and a book signing with the author.

Free

Fireside Chat: Rudy Davison

Telluride Museum Amphitheatre

Local history expert Rudy Davison will be presenting and signing the third edition of his book, Rudy’s View, a thorough driving guide from Telluride to the top of Imogene Pass, including fascinating mile-by-mile historic and ecological information.

Free

Remember Me: The Story of Schmid Ranch

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

Join the Telluride Historical Museum for a special event celebrating Schmid Ranch. Established in 1882, this 900-acre Wilson Mesa property is one of the last surviving multi-generation working ranches on the Western Slope. Marvin Schmid & Kayla Schmid Brack will be sharing stories, video, and answering questions about their historic family homestead on Wilson Mesa and the process of preserving this important piece of Colorado agricultural history.

Free

Historical Walking Tour

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

Hear the tales and see the sights on this lively tour about town. Learn about some of Telluride’s most notable citizens and famous stories and see where Butch Cassidy robbed his first bank!

$15

Historical Walking Tour

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

Hear the tales and see the sights on this lively tour about town. Learn about some of Telluride’s most notable citizens and famous stories and see where Butch Cassidy robbed his first bank!

$15

Historical Walking Tour

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

Hear the tales and see the sights on this lively tour about town. Learn about some of Telluride’s most notable citizens and famous stories and see where Butch Cassidy robbed his first bank!

$15

Historical Walking Tour

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

Hear the tales and see the sights on this lively tour about town. Learn about some of Telluride’s most notable citizens and famous stories and see where Butch Cassidy robbed his first bank!

$15

Historical Walking Tour

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

Hear the tales and see the sights on this lively tour about town. Learn about some of Telluride’s most notable citizens and famous stories and see where Butch Cassidy robbed his first bank!

$15

Historical Walking Tour

Telluride Museum

Hear the tales and see the sights on this lively tour about town. Learn about some of Telluride’s most notable citizens and famous stories and see where Butch Cassidy robbed his first bank!

$15

Historical Walking Tour

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

Hear the tales and see the sights on this lively tour about town. Learn about some of Telluride’s most notable citizens and famous stories and see where Butch Cassidy robbed his first bank!

$15

Historical Walking Tour

Telluride Museum

Hear the tales and see the sights on this lively tour about town. Learn about some of Telluride’s most notable citizens and famous stories and see where Butch Cassidy robbed his first bank!

$15

Historical Walking Tour

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

Hear the tales and see the sights on this lively tour about town. Learn about some of Telluride’s most notable citizens and famous stories and see where Butch Cassidy robbed his first bank!

$15

Historical Walking Tour

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

Hear the tales and see the sights on this lively tour about town. Learn about some of Telluride’s most notable citizens and famous stories and see where Butch Cassidy robbed his first bank!

$15

CLOSING EARLY at 2:30pm – Telluride Reserve Event

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

The Museum will be closing early to the general public at 2:30pm on Friday, August 18. Please plan your visit accordingly for this day. The Telluride Reserve will be hosting "History of Sparking Vintages" in our Weatherford Gallery from 3:30 - 5pm. 

Historical Walking Tour

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

Hear the tales and see the sights on this lively tour about town. Learn about some of Telluride’s most notable citizens and famous stories and see where Butch Cassidy robbed his first bank!

$15

Historical Walking Tour

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

Hear the tales and see the sights on this lively tour about town. Learn about some of Telluride’s most notable citizens and famous stories and see where Butch Cassidy robbed his first bank!

$15

Historical Walking Tour

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

Hear the tales and see the sights on this lively tour about town. Learn about some of Telluride’s most notable citizens and famous stories and see where Butch Cassidy robbed his first bank!

$15

Historical Walking Tour

Telluride Historical Museum 201 W. Gregory Ave., Telluride

Hear the tales and see the sights on this lively tour about town. Learn about some of Telluride’s most notable citizens and famous stories and see where Butch Cassidy robbed his first bank!

$15

Lone Tree Cemetery Tour

Lone Tree Cemetery 1015 E Colorado Ave, Telluride

Cemeteries can tell us a lot about our communities and Lone Tree Cemetery is no exception. Join the Museum for a unique look into Telluride history and the iconic people who lived, worked, and were buried here.

$15

Lone Tree Cemetery Tour

Lone Tree Cemetery 1015 E Colorado Ave, Telluride

Cemeteries can tell us a lot about our communities and Lone Tree Cemetery is no exception. Join the Museum for a unique look into Telluride history and the iconic people who lived, worked, and were buried here.

$15

Lone Tree Cemetery Tour

Lone Tree Cemetery 1015 E Colorado Ave, Telluride

Cemeteries can tell us a lot about our communities and Lone Tree Cemetery is no exception. Join the Museum for a unique look into Telluride history and the iconic people who lived, worked, and were buried here.

$15

Lone Tree Cemetery Tour

Lone Tree Cemetery 435 E Hwy 145 Spur, Telluride

Cemeteries can tell us a lot about our communities and Lone Tree Cemetery is no exception. Join the Museum for a unique look into Telluride history and the iconic people who lived, worked, and were buried here.

$15

Lamplight Cemetery Tour – SOLD OUT

Lone Tree Cemetery 435 E Hwy 145 Spur, Telluride

This evening tour explores the iconic Lone Tree Cemetery in the ambiance and eeriness of lantern light. Perfect activity for Halloween season! Led by Telluride Historical Museum staff, this tour tells Telluride’s history through the stories of the rugged people that lived, worked and were buried here. 

$15

Lamplight Cemetery Tour – SOLD OUT

Lone Tree Cemetery 435 E Hwy 145 Spur, Telluride

This evening tour explores the iconic Lone Tree Cemetery in the ambiance and eeriness of lantern light. Perfect activity for Halloween season! Led by Telluride Historical Museum staff, this tour tells Telluride’s history through the stories of the rugged people that lived, worked and were buried here. 

$15

Lamplight Cemetery Tour

Lone Tree Cemetery 1015 E Colorado Ave, Telluride

This evening tour explores the iconic Lone Tree Cemetery in the ambiance and eeriness of lantern light. Perfect activity for Halloween season! Led by Telluride Historical Museum staff, this tour tells Telluride’s history through the stories of the rugged people that lived, worked and were buried here. 

$15