The Museum cares for 30,000 objects that range from historic photographs, postcards, and artwork to textiles, archives, furniture, tools and even a Stanley Steamer automobile. The Museum collections are available to the public for study and research; contact the Curator of Collections to set up an appointment or research the Museum Collection online here.
Donations of artifacts or archives
The Estes Park Museum collects and preserves materials which establish or illustrate the history of Estes Park. The collections represent life, conditions, events, and activities relevant to the history of Estes Park. Donations of historical objects and archives for the permanent collection are welcome. If you have anything you think the Museum would be interested in keeping or have questions about the potentially historical significance of an item, please contact the Curator of Collections to set up an appointment.
There are few things that capture a moment in history better than a photograph. The Estes Park Museum hosts a collection of 10,000 (and growing) images in its historic photograph collection. Digital reproductions of these photographs are available for sale to individuals, groups or for commercial publication. Search the photograph collection online and follow instructions to order images or contact the Curator of Collections for more information.