Grand County Historical Association

77849 US Highway 40
Fraser, CO 80442
Find Cozens Ranch Museum along Hwy 40 -- a white with green historic building.
Cozens Museum is family friendly with scavenger hunts and costumes.
Cozens Museum presents musical events, lectures, and family programs.
Join us on the authentic Stage Coach on display.
Learn about President Eisenhower's Summer Cabin in Fraser.
See Doc Susie's actual medical tools and other items.
The Gift Shop has unique artwork and historic books for sale.
In 1874 BillyCozens chose the most beautiful spot in Grand County for his homestead.
Grand County Historical Association has three museums! Cozens Museum is in Winter Park/ Fraser.
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Hours
  • Wed: 10:00am - 4:00pm
  • Thu: 10:00am - 4:00pm
  • Fri: 10:00am - 4:00pm
  • Sat: 10:00am - 4:00pm
  • Sun: 10:00am - 4:00pm
Events
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Amenities
  • General Information
    • Open Year-Round
  • Amenities
    • Gift Shop
    • Tours Available
About
  • Museums/Historical Tours
  • Cozens Ranch Museum & Gift Shop is located along the Fraser River, where Winter Park meets Fraser, across the street from the Rec Center. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Cozens Ranch is the only museum in the Winter Park - Fraser Valley. Built in 1874, it features an historic home, stage stop, and first post office in Fraser. It's the Biggest Little Museum with special exhibits on ''Doc Susie,'' the pioneer woman doctor of 'Medicine Woman' TV fame, President Eisenhower's summer camp in Fraser, the Fraser POW camp, and the history of Berthoud Pass. Two other museums operated by Grand County Historical Association are located in Hot Sulphur Springs and Kremmling. Both offer exhibits on early railroading and ranching in Grand County. All three museums have Gift Shops offering unique books, art, and gifts about life in Grand County. Please FRIEND ''Grand County Historical Association'' on FaceBook.
    • learn about pioneer life in Grand County
    • find out about Doc Susie Anderson
    • enjoy the first homestead in Fraser, 1874
    • see Fraser's first Post Office
    • hop on our authentic Stage Coach