The historic Trading and Transfer building is Open Weekends during the winter and spring
The museum Gift Shop, housed in the
Colorado Trading and Transfer building, is open weekends as well. Full access to all exhibits and full hours, 7 days a week, will return in mid-May.
The historic campus includes the 1895 Midland
Terminal Railway Depot, plus the Colorado Trading and Transfer store, one of few wooden buildings left from the Gold Rush era. Cabins and outdoor displays too.
Museum Board President John Sharpe and Museum Director Kathy Reynolds join Gold Rush mining magnate Winfield Scott Stratton in welcoming you to the Cripple Creek
District Museum, now celebrating 60 years of preserving and presenting the district's wild western history. Our museum is rated one of the Top 10 Western
Museums by True West magazine. Stratton is portrayed by Richard Marold.
Gift Shop Building Only:
a.m.- 4 p.m.
Days A Week
Last tour begins at 4:30 p.m.
By Special Appointment ~ Groups and Schools Welcome!
You can help preserve the treasures of the
Cripple Creek National Historic District. For details, please see our Membership and Donations pages.