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Welcome to the Berthoud Historical Society

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Our Museums:

Little Thompson Valley
Pioneer Museum

224 Mountain Avenue, Berthoud

Summer Hours (June – September)
Open Wednesday-Saturday, 1-4 p.m.
And the last Sunday of each month, 1-4 p.m.

Winter Hours (October – May)
Open Thursday-Saturday, 1-4 p.m.

Admission Charges:
Adults – $5
Seniors and Youth (12-18) – $3
Children (11 and under) – Free
Members always free

McCarty-Fickel Home Museum

645 7th Street, Berthoud
Open by Appointment

Admission Charges:
Adults – $5
Seniors and Youth (12 -18) – $3
Children (11 and under) – Free
Members always free


Come visit Berthoud!
We would love to see you.

Please consider helping the historical society by making a donation:

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Give Where You Live

Colorado Gives Day – Tuesday, December, 4, 2018

This year, Colorado Gives is putting up a $1 Million Dollar additional incentive:
for every dollar you donate to BHS on Colorado Gives Day, BHS receives a portion of
the $1 Million Dollar incentive as an added donation.


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Click Here to see a video that describes Colorado Gives Day.

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Our 2018 Summer Concert Series was a Big Hit!


[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Dedicated to a rich rural heritage, the Berthoud Historical Society (est. 1977) discovers and preserves the history of the town of Berthoud, the Little Thompson Valley area, Colorado and the surrounding region.

Exciting events, the Little Thompson Valley Pioneer Museum and the McCarty-Fickel Home house museum combine to educate and entertain members and visitors about the area’s original and ongoing development.

Berthoud, the original settlement of the Little Thompson Valley, is located in Northern Colorado’s Larimer County. The community is named after Capt. Edward L. Berthoud who engineered an extension of the Colorado Central Railroad route from Longmont to Cheyenne in 1877. Influential in the politics of the Colorado Territory, Capt. Berthoud never made his home in the community that now boasts a population of nearly 10,000 residents in the town and outlying rural areas.

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Delve into the
Fascinating History of Berthoud, Colorado

[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Author and President of the Berthoud Historical Society, Mark French uncovers the fascinating history of Berthoud, Colorado, beginning with the Native Americans and pre-railroad travelers through the Little Thompson Valley, continuing with the hard work of hearty homesteaders who made the original river bottom settlement a bustling agricultural center and capturing the spirit of a community that developed the town after it was relocated to the bluff.

“Mark French opens up the rich history of this Little Thompson Valley settlement. This excellent historical work, including many illustrations, is well worth adding to a library on Colorado history.”
~Kenneth Jessen — historian, author, lecturer

ISBN 978-1-7321963-0-8  |  5½ x 8½ softcover • 260 pages  |  over 150 photos, illustrations, maps

Purchase Price $19.95 (plus Shipping of $3)

Proceeds from the sale of this book benefit the Berthoud Historical Society endowment.

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