Welcome to the Hayden Heritage Center!
Located in the historic Moffat Railroad Depot Building since 1972, the Museum (established in 1964) has exhibits on local area history from cowboying and homesteading to coal mining and farming. Experience the authenticity of the homesteaders and the lives they carved out in this rugged corner of Northwest Colorado.
The Museum is home to the Leslie Memorial Research Library, a fantastic resource for research whether it is subject based or genealogical. We have numerous books on local and regional history, as well as various subjects including Railroad, Quarter Horse Collection, out of print books, unpublished manuscripts, family files as well as subject catalogue files and more! You can also access the Museum collection database and look at the Museums wonderful collection of photos at one of the two public computer stations (with internet access) in the research library, which is located conveniently on the first floor.
The Museum has a gift shop with books on local, regional and Colorado history, children's books and toys, as well as unique gifts!
We are on Fall/Winter hours starting August 19
Tuesday thru Thursday
The Museum is currently looking for Board Members and Volunteers. Please contact the Museum!
Face Masks available at the door
If you would like a Walking Tour of Historic Hayden, please give us a call at 970-276-4380 or
email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please give us at least a weeks notice for this. Thank you!
Donations greatly appreciated!!!
Funding has been provided by Colorado Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Small Business Association Payroll Protection Program as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act economic stabilization plan of 2020