Explore the past on guided tours!
From walking tours of historical neighborhoods to our unique
electric vehicle tour to famed local buildings,
AHS has something for everyone!
Most tours required advance registration, click to book.
We gratefully acknowledge we gather on the land of the Uncompahgre
band of the Ute Nation, or Nuche, past and present.
We honor this land and the people who lived in harmony with the
natural world for generations before their forced removal.
We are committed to recognizing and reconciling with Native Peoples
and supporting the advancement of native places and heritage.
This calls us all to be better stewards of the land we inhabit
and the natural resources we benefit from today.
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:
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