Francisco Fort Museum is a non-profit repository for history both physical and heartfelt!  The adobe buildings themselves are artifacts.  You can help us preserve these structures and the collections housed in them, by becoming a 'Friend of the Fort', buying a donor brick for the brick garden, joining the historical society, or making a financial donation or endowment to the preservation work!

Let's help it survive another 152 years...  it takes a village to save the village history!!!
Sat. July 25 - Francisco Fort Day
Celebration of the Cowboy!!
8:00 a.m. - pancake breakfast
10:00 - 3:00
music, games, food, blacksmith,
hats, spurs, FUN!!

Event is FREE - donations adored!!
Summer hours:  Tues. - Sat. 
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Admission: over 12  -   $5.00
Seniors/Military:          $4.00
Above is Francisco Fort in 1890.  Note the cottonwood tree planted in 1878!

Below is the Fort in 2015...The cottonwood tree has grown some in 137 years!
Francisco Fort Museum is nestled at the base of the 
Spanish Peaks, in central southern Colorado. 
The original adobe fort built in 1862, displays artifacts and collections from the 
Historic Huerfano County region. 
Exhibits of Native American  traditions, Hispanic legacy, settlement, ranching, coal mining era and MORE!