Exciting updates are underway at
both AHS museums this spring.
The Wheeler/Stallard Museum
is closed until May 31st.
The Holden/Marolt Mining &
Ranching Museum will open
for the summer on June 14th.
Explore the past on guided tours!
Select tours are available by appointment during the offseaon,
dependent on guide availability. Call 970.925.3721 to book.
Summer tour schedule begins June 14, 2022
Masks are recommended indoors for all visitors
regardless of vaccination status, all current
public health protocols are observed.
Tuesday - Saturday
11 a.m. - 5 p.m
Opening for the
Maps Through the Decades
Curated maps from the AHS Collection
The AHS Archives Office is open M - F, 9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Please call ahead to confirm access to the community gallery.
On display in the Community Gallery
in the AHS Archives Building
Join AHS as a Member!
AHS membership provides special opportunities to
explore the area’s collective roots while helping
ensure history is preserved and communicated
for generations to come.
Click to join and take advantage of a special tax break
with your membership gift.
Digital Resources Library
including the History at Home email series archive,
"Quarantine Stories" community-sourced oral history
project, information about the online archives, digital
exhibition catalogues, social media initiatives, and more.
Curated digital content and resources to
explore the past, from anywhere:
History education programs for local schools...
What do you want future generations to understand
about these unfathomable times?
Click for information about contributing YOUR
pieces of pandemic history to the AHS Archive
to be preserved for posterity.
There are over 50,000 images in our photographic
collection, with 28,000 images available for the public
to search and purchase online at archiveaspen.org
AHS has three historic sites for the perfect party...
from weddings and rehearsal dinners to birthday
parties and group meetings.
Museum at Lift One
The Lift One Corridor project on Aspen Mountain includes
a history museum at the ski area's historic western portal.
Click to learn more about the museum, which will be operated
by AHS in the refurbished Skiers Chalet Lodge building.