Join us for a complimentary "Night at the Museum" 

September 23 at the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum
RSVP's due by September 19

We value your input!

As we plan for our future, is critical to understand our current and potential audiences, the impact of our efforts to advance the study and preservation of Colorado's history and historic places, as well as opportunities to improve or expand our work.

As an individual familiar with history, preservation and placemaking in Colorado, we invite your feedback by September 30. We aim to get wide cross-sector participation in this survey to inform our strategic planning. Please feel free to share this survey with your networks, colleagues, and in your social media feeds. Thank you for participating! Please allow approximately 15 minutes.

PRESERVING COLORADO'S DIVERSE HISTORY

Established in 1965, The Colorado Historical Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable nonprofit organization, originally conceived to enhance and complement other Colorado entities' efforts to commemorate, preserve, document and interpret our state's rich history.


The spirit of statewide collaboration and support infuses our core programs today:

Partnership Opportunities: 

We partner with private parties, public agencies, nonprofit organizations, and informal coalitions to bring Colorado's history to life. 

Preservation Loans

Explore flexible, low-rate financing for historic rehabilitation projects.

New Sheridan Hotel

Conservation Easements

Find out how our historical conservation easement program protects Colorado's historic buildings, structures, and landscapes.

historic bank entrance

Fund Stewardship

Discover how we collaborate with individuals, families, nonprofits, public, and commercial entities to advance the study and preservation of Colorado's history.

Preservation Project Support

Learn about our team development, financial, grant writing and administration, and technical assistance.

Explore our 100+ Conservation Easement Sites

Also learn about the social and cultural significance of some of our more diverse properties.