Old Colorado City Historical Society
& History Center
Dedicated to the preservation of Old Colorado City
1 South 24th Street
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80904
Open all year
Spring/Summer Hours:Tuesday through Saturday
from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Admission is free.
The Old Colorado City Historical Society was founded as a volunteer organization to recognize the historical significance and unique culture of the original Colorado City and early El Paso County. This spirit is perpetuated through the preservation of artifacts and archival materials, encouragement of research, education of children and the community through the membership and operation of the History Center at 1 South 24th Street. We are a not-for-profit organization.
The Old Colorado City History Center Museum (on the Westside of Colorado Springs) displays artifacts that tell the story of the people and businesses that made early El Paso County, the original Colorado City, and the Westside - their home, their workplace, and their community.
The History Center not only provides a physical place to view many artifacts, photographs and displays, it contains an historical book, gift store and research library. It also provides a place to attend programs, start tours, conduct research and meet other history buffs.
Please come Visit Us - We welcome new friends!
Old Colorado City Facility Rental
Need a Place for an event?
The Old Colorado City History Center Museum is an ideal place for special events, anniversary parties, weddings, ceremonies, business meetings or group gatherings. We will work with you to make your event one to remember. Give your event a historical flair.
The cost to rent our 1890's restored church is $100 per hour. We have tables and chairs which will help you set up an arrangement that fits your needs. A small kitchen is available if you choose to cater your event.
Please call our museum, Tuesday through Saturday, from 11:00 to 4:00 and ask to have an Events Coordinator give you a call. Our number 636-1225
A discount on event costs available to Life Members of OCCHS.