Welcome to Grand County Historical Association!

Grand County Historical Association (GCHA) operates four museums located in Grand County, Colorado: the Cozens Ranch Museum, the Emily Warner Field and Aviation Museum, Heritage Park, and Pioneer Village. Established in 1974 following in the footsteps of the Grand County Pioneer Society, GCHA is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that was created to bring together people interested in history and to preserve the history, historical artifacts, and historical buildings in Grand County.

Locations and Hours:

PLEASE NOTE: Cozens Ranch Museum and Pioneer Village will be CLOSED Sunday, 4/21/2019 in observance of Easter.

Cozens Ranch Museum: 77849 US-40, Winter Park, CO ❘ 970-726-5488 ❘ Open Wednesday-Sunday 10am-4pm (Summer Hours) and Thursday-Sunday 10am-4pm (Winter Hours)

Emily Warner Field Aviation Museum: 1024, Co Rd 610, Granby, CO ❘ 970-531-1100 ❘ Open Friday and Saturday (or by appointment) during the Summer. Closed in Winter

Heritage Park Museum: 111 N. 4th St, Kremmling, CO ❘ 970-724-9390 ❘ Open Wednesday-Sunday 10am-4pm (Summer Hours). Closed in Winter

Pioneer Village Museum: 110 E Byers Ave, Hot Sulphur Springs, CO ❘ 970-725-3939 ❘ Open Wednesday-Sunday 10am-4pm

Learn more about our family friendly museums >>

Featured Events

We have a wide variety of events throughout the year, so here are a few to highlight:

Visit the Events page for a complete listing of scheduled events.

Rich in Rocky Mountain History

The Historical, Heritage and Cultural entities of Grand County invite you to explore over 200 articles and 500 historical photos in your journey to discover the spirit of those who came before us: From Native Americans to the Pioneers to Homesteaders to Ski Industry Founders.

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