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Trinidad History Museum [CO]

Visitors can explore Trinidad’s past and its place in the American West at the Trinidad History Museum. The museum features several attractions on one block in Trinidad's acclaimed historic district. The Baca House and Kitchen Garden is a unique adobe home which evokes the lifestyle of community leaders Dolores and Felipe Baca and their children. Heirloom herbs and vegetables thrive in the garden. The Bloom Mansion and Historic Gardens preserve the Victorian home of banker and cattle baron Frank Bloom. The Santa Fe Trail Museum is a historic adobe building housing family heirlooms, commercial goods, and photographs that tell the stories of the people and events of Trinidad's past.

The museum's sites offer exhibits, tours, and educational programs.

 
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