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Contact Us

HINSDALE COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 353

Museum Location:
130 North Silver Street
Corner of Second and Silver

Lake City, CO 81235
970-944-2050

 

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MUSEUM SUMMER HOURS

Hours: Memorial Day thru September
10am - 5pm, Monday thru Saturday
1 - 4:30pm, Sundays

 

ADMISSION

$5.00 for adults
$2.00 for ages 8-15
Free for age 7 and under

 

Welcome to the Lake City Museum!

 

The Hinsdale County Historical Society was established in October 1973 and opened its first museum in the Finley Block in July of 1975. The building was leased at that time and when it was sold the museum moved to a succession of other rented quarters, including what was the Cinnamon Inn for a couple years starting in 1979. The Society returned to the Finley Block in 1987 and purchased it in 1989 in trade for four town lots the Society owned in the Foote & Richardson addition and $65,000 cash, the latter including $10,000 from the Boettcher Foundation and $20,000 from the Gates Foundation. We have expended upwards of $100,000 in improvements, including grants in 1998 and 1999 from the State Historical Fund totaling $65,000, for new heating system, roof, electric wiring, handicapped accessible bathroom, and stone and mortar repair.

We are very proud of our accomplishments to date.  We could not have done them without the support of our members, the community and our grantors.  Please take a few minutes to browse through our site.  If you have any questions or suggestions for improvement, please let us know.  Thank you for visiting!

 

 

HELP US PRESERVE OUR HISTORY THROUGH MEMBERSHIPS AND DONATIONS

Would you like to be part of our organization?

Contact us at 970-944-2050 or click to download our 2019 Membership Application.

Also, please consider donating or loaning local historical artifacts to the museum 

and keeping our history where it belongs, at home!