The Telluride Jazz Festival Teams Up With The Telluride Historical Museum

All pass holders and ticket purchasers will receive free admission to the museum.

The Telluride Jazz Festival has partnered with the Telluride Historical Museum to offer free museum admission to pass and ticket holders during the festival weekend. Festival attendees will have the chance to visit the museum and learn about the region's rich Ute Native American heritage, mining, ski and festival history. Show your festival wristband for museum entry. The Museum is located at 201 W Gregory Ave.

Situated in a historic, refurbished 1896 hospital, The Telluride Historical Museum brings Telluride’s past to life through exhibits, tours and events. The exhibits feature artifacts that highlight eras in the region's diverse history. The museum also employs expert historians to offer tours and insight of the museum and the many historic landmarks around town. In 1961, the town of Telluride was designated a National Historic Landmark as one of the most important places associated with mining history in the United States. With just one glance down Main Street, formally named Colorado Avenue, you’ll see the preserved Victorian Style architecture holding timeless stories of the wild west.

Join us August 4-6 for world-class music, along with all the beauty and history Telluride has to offer. Early Bird Patron Experience Passes are on sale now. More information here →