Local Tourist Colorado – Louden-Henritze Archaeology Museum

On a recent visit to Trinidad to gather material for the Highway of Legends Video, we had the good fortune of discovering a great little Archaeology and Geology Museum on the campus of Trinidad State Junior College.  Thanks to the museum director Loretta Martin and Geology Instructor Debra Krumm for rolling out the red carpet and giving us the tour.  TSJC is the oldest Junior College in the state and the immaculate grounds and the ornate historic architecture is worth seeing of its own merit.  The museum is open to the public Monday through Thursday, 10am until 3pm and admission is free.  Check out the museum website for more information and plan on spending an hour or two looking over the beautiful campus and visiting the museum the next time you visit Trinidad.

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2 thoughts on “Local Tourist Colorado – Louden-Henritze Archaeology Museum

  1. Wait. There’s a Trinidad in Colorado? For a second I thought you meant, you know, TRINIDAD. I used to drive long haul truck, and I don’t ever recall a Trinidad, Colorado in all the times I drove through that state. Whereabouts is it?

    • Trinidad is the most major port of entry on the southern border of colorado. I-25 to the south goes over Raton Pass into New Mexico. 🙂 yes there is a Trinidad, Colorado

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