Miners Memorial Museum

Designated as a Colorado Historic Landmark on January 26, 2012, the museum is located in downtown Frederick's Crist Park.  Housed in the original Frederick Town Hall Building, the building was relocated to the park to serve as the museum.  Showcasing and preserving the rich history of the Town, the museum is open upon request as well as during Town events.

The Historic Preservation Advisory Commission is responsible for organizing and collecting artifacts and exhibits within the museum.

For more information about the museum or to schedule a tour, don't hesitate to get in touch with the Town Clerk's office at 720.382.5500.

Contact Us

  1. Town Clerk

    Physical Address:
    401 Locust St.
    Frederick, CO 80530

    Mailing Address:
    PO Box 435
    Frederick, CO 80530

    Ph: 720.382.5500

    Monday - Friday
    8 am - 5 pm

  1. Museum Features

Features and Exhibits

  • Diorama of original town
  • Original wine press used by residents to make homemade wine
  • Original Mayor's chair 
  • Stained glass windows and original fireplace from historic Johnson Farm building
  • Mining artifacts and tools
  • Coal stove
  • Old-time school desks