The Pioneer Town Museum is a unique experience that transports visitors back in time. The property is composed of 24 buildings spread across five acres, allowing visitors to walk through the town and experience life during the late 1800s – the early 1900s.
Families enjoy strolling through town across wooden planked boardwalks while envisioning what life was like in Cedaredge during the day.
Take a walk through the Main Street of Pioneer Town and see attractions like an old jailhouse, saloon, general store, a log cabin, schoolhouse, barn silos, train depot, and blacksmith shop. There’s also a Sutherland Indian Museum on-site that hosts several artifacts, including kachina dolls and arrowheads.
Step into the Charles States Museum to see multiple needlepoint art displays in addition to one of the most significant dinosaur prints ever discovered. Peek into the Chapel of the Cross or rent it for a wedding, renewals of vows, or memorial service.
End your visit with a stop in the gift shop, where you can purchase all sorts of pioneer-themed items like vintage cookie jars, kitchenware, hats, jewelry, and a selection of toys for kids. The Pioneer Town Museum is pet-friendly, and the entrance is located at the Grand Mesa National Scenic Byway Welcome Center.
Address: 388 S Grand Mesa Dr, Cedaredge, CO 81413
Season: Memorial Day – the first weekend in October | Thurs – Sat ( 10 AM – 4 PM)
Specials: Group tours are available year-round by appointment
Admission Fee: Yes | Family passes and discounts for seniors, veterans, children available