2024 Festival:

The 2024 Festival dates are coming soon. You can expect the Festival to be the second week of July. If you are interested in what events we offer during the Festival check out our 2024 Program Guide.

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The Historic Train Depot

Historic Train DepotDating back to 1883, this historic building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Denver and Rio Grande Railroad Depot was located on the eastern edge of town in the day, when the northern section of the building was built for the developing supply and mining town of Crested Butte. It withstood the test of time receiving freight, passengers, and goods on the narrow gauge railroad (along the east yard). It exported coal and lots of it from area coal mines chugging down the East River Valley to Gunnison and beyond. Alas, area coal mines were closed in the 1950’s and narrow gauge rail lines abandoned, leaving this lovely building to stand as a vestige of the once prosperous mining era. The Crested Butte Society of the Arts in the 1970’s repurposed the building to serve a host of celebrations, weddings, meetings, and art events over the decades. It later required more care and the building was gifted to the Town of Crested Butte to engage in rehabilitation work that began in 2012 and completed in 2016. Local funding together with three grants from History Colorado’s State Historical Fund, and a lot of hard work by area contractors made this building [what it is today].  (Source: crestedbutte-co.gov)

We are headquartered at the Historic Train Depot in Crested Butte. We are generally in the office Monday & Wednesday mornings and remote Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. The fastest way to reach us is via email!

716 Elk Ave, Crested Butte, CO 81224
Mailing Address: PO Box 216, Crested Butte, CO 81224

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