Cozens Ranch Museum & Gift Shop

Cozens Ranch Museum
77849 US Hwy 40
Fraser, CO 80442
History Treks include to the ruins of Arrow, on the way to Corona Pass
Medicine Heart Native Dancers at the museum
visitors trying on historic costumes at the museum
children visiting Cozens Ranch Museum
About
  • Art Galleries
  • Museums/Historical Tours
  • The first homestead, post office, and stage stop in the Fraser Valley, built in 1874 by William Cozens. The property, with 11 rooms located on one acre, is now a museum open to the public. Exhibits include learning about the Cozens Family, a Doc Susie Room, President Eisenhower Room, POW Camp in Fraser Room, Ute Native People, and discovery of Berthoud Pass. A new gallery features artworks for sale by local artisans, including paintings, wood work, pottery, and more. The Shop has unique journals and books on the history of Grand County.
    • history house and stage stop museum
    • bookshop with unique journals & gifts
    • President Eisenhower exhibit
    • Ute Indian exhibit
    • Doc Susie exhibit