Ute Pass Historical Society / Pikes Peak Museum
231 E. Henrietta Avenue
Woodland Park, CO 80863
Hours of Operation10 am to 3 pm, Wed. through Sat., year round. Tours available by appointment or on scheduled days in the summer.
ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY: The Ute Pass Historical Society was created in 1976 by local citizens to preserve and share their families’ pioneering history and the Native American heritage of the region, including Cascade, Chipita Park, Green Mountain Falls, Crystola, Woodland Park, and Divide, Colorado. The organization is operated by a volunteer Board of Directors. Their goal is to preserve and share the history of our local communities for present and future residents and visitors. UPHS operates the Old Curiosity Gift Shop and the Pikes Peak Museum which includes the Centennial Trailhead Museum and Ute Pass History Park. These facilities are located in Woodland Park, CO. UPHS is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit.
UPHS MISSION: The mission of the Ute Pass Historical Society (UPHS) is to preserve and protect the region's historical heritage. To accomplish this mission, the Society will collect historical artifacts, provide programs of historical relevance, operate an area resource center or museum, and any other activity that will support and enhance historical preservation and education.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS: The UPHS Board of Directors meets on the third Monday of each month. Meetings are held at the Immer Cabin in History Park, located behind the Woodland Park Library. Guests are welcome at these meetings.