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Take Your Time on a Self-Guided Tour

Most visitors to our Pioneer Town Museum take a 90 to 120 minute self-guided tour through our 23-building museum campus using the route map below. Some visitors spend the entire day and some come to see just one exhibit.

Regular paid admission covers the entire Pioneer Town Campus including the three stacked-wood silos that still stand in their original location, and ten other historic structures: the  Stolte Fruit Packing Shed, the Grand Mesa Ranger Cabin, the Peterson Family Cabin, the Coalby Store, the Austin Train Depot, and the original Cedaredge Town Jail, which were all moved here from their original sites.

The Charlie Baker Arboretum contains over 200 trees, and takes on a new look  depending on the season.

Docent-Guided Tours Available

Docent-storytellers tours are available with advance reservations and are prefect for groups of up to fifteen people . Cost is regular admission plus $20.

These  45-minute tours highlight portions of the Museum Campus, and give guests the opportunity to ask questions. After the guided tour, guest have the opportunity to explore the rest of the museum on their own.

CUSTOMIZED SCHOOL TOURS

All Delta County School classes are encouraged to visit Pioneer Town where we provide a valuable and unique educational opportunity for students that includes a lot more than just history.

School Admission is nominal, but never limiting those students who cannot afford the admission fee. Please call the museum for more information. 

Ways to See Pioneer Town

Pioneer Town Campus Map

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PIONEER TOWN FEATURES

BAR-I SILOS
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OLD MAIN STREET

CHARLES S. BAKER

MEMORIAL ARBORETUM

 

Click here to learn more about the Charles Baker Memorial Arboretum!

Our Pergola

 

PETERSON CABIN
CHAPEL OF THE CROSS

GRAND MESA  NATIONAL HISTORIC AND SCENIC BYWAY

 

The Pioneer Town Museum is a Welcome Center for the Grand Mesa Scenic Byway! Click below for more information! 

OUR VIRTUAL TOURS

Click the boxes, below, to watch our virtual building tours! Learn about the buildings, as well as the artifacts inside! More coming soon!

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