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.
“World’s Greatest Gold Camp” Day
Saturday August 30, 2014Wild West Show
7:00 pm at The Cripple Creek Heritage Center
Starring Wyatt Earp: A Life on the Frontier
Wyatt Earp A Life on The Frontier
The Tombstone Saga is a series of six historic
bio-dramas that started with the first play written in
1996, Wyatt Earp A Life on The Frontier. It was
originally written for the actor Hugh O' Brian who
starred in the television series "Life and Legend of
Wyatt Earp." Mr. O' Brian had other commitments and the
starring role was turned over to Wyatt Earp
Wyatt, has been portraying his famous relative in his
one-man play called "Wyatt Earp: A Life on The Frontier"
since 1996 which won an AriZoni award and has over 670
performances to date. It was written by his wife Terry
Tafoya Earp who is an award-winning Arizona playwright.
The play has been performed throughout the United
States, Canada and abroad.
information on Wyatt Earp
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!
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