History is dialog, a conversation between past and present that helps shape the future. Join the discussion and be part of the story by attending a lecture or class at the History Colorado Center, or extend your adventure beyond the museum by taking a tour or trek.
Visit the Museum
Step into the story with a visit to the History Colorado Center.
Tiny Library Concerts
History Colorado’s Tiny Library Concert series features local Colorado musicians in the unusual and intimate space of the museum’s Stephen H. Hart Library & Research Center. The concert series is part of History Colorado’s ongoing mission to document the history of Colorado music, past and present.
History Colorado’s lecture series offers stories about people and events presented by acclaimed historians and authors.
2017 Lecture Series
We will explore many ways in which the people of Colorado have shifted perceptions, outlook and attitudes toward the wider world around them under a constant influence of change. Click here for the complete lineup of speakers and topics.
Colorful Colorado Talks
Join us for Colorful Colorado—a slate of unique programming on a variety of topics. Spend time with Colorado authors, meet our History Colorado experts, or experience other exclusive events that are sure to educate and inspire. Programs run throughout the year. Click here for the most up-to-date information.
Collections and Library Programs
Join us in our library to learn more about collections, research tips and tools, and conservation. Visit the Programs page for complete listings of all Collections and Library programs. Call 303-866-2394 for more information.
Tours and Treks
History Colorado Center
Free, Space limited, RSVP required: 303/866-2394
In partnership with the Alzheimer’s Association, SPARK! programs invite people with early to mid-stage memory loss and their care partners to enjoy interactive experiences in a welcoming environment. Each program covers a different exhibit and includes hands-on multi-sensory activities.