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The Museo de las Tres Colonias provides a living history highlighting Hispanic life, working conditions in the sugar beet industry and community life, most specifically within the Tres Colonias, Buckingham, Andersonville, and Alta Vista, during the Twentieth Century.

The adobe home is a great educational tool, interpreting the significance of Hispanic culture and its impact on the Fort Collins community. This museum provides insight and community support of Hispanic culture in the home, religion, work, cultural celebrations, tolerance and social justice.

The Museo del las Tres Colonias is an asset to the community and something we can all can take pride in!

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The Museo del las
Tres Colonias

is located at 425 10th Street in
Fort Collins, Colorado.

It is FREE open to the public the third Saturday of every Month. For tours school visits.
CONTACT: Betty Aragon

or see our Events Page.

This website is an educational and inspirational archive of pictures, documentary VIDEOS, personal histories, books, academic studies, professional surveys and media recording the HISTORY of Latinos in Fort Collins and in Northern Colorado in general.

This website also serves as a collection of COMMUNITY resources including EVENTS celebrating Latino culture.

The Museo is growing! View our plans for the FUTURE - a community Interpretive Center and much more!

See the History of the Museum!
Romero House
Click below to see
PICTURES and MILESTONES.

 

 

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425 10th Street, Fort Collins, CO 80524

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