Francisco Fort Museum

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The Francisco Fort Museum is an 1862 adobe plaza complete with a saloon, a school, a blacksmith shop and many relics from Native Americans, settlers, farmers, ranchers and miners. Some say it has a ghostly floating lady in white in its west wing, a haunted piano that plays music by itself, flickering lights, another apparition who carries a candle, and a rocking chair rocks that rocks by itself.

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Geographic Information

Address:
306 S Main St
La Veta, CO 81055
United States

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GPS:
37.5079514, -105.00907130000002
County:
Huerfano County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
La Veta, CO (0.2 mi.)
Walsenburg, CO (14.9 mi.)
Aguilar, CO (20.8 mi.)
Lynn, CO (20.9 mi.)
Fort Garland, CO (23.9 mi.)
Stonewall Gap, CO (24.7 mi.)
Weston, CO (27.4 mi.)
Blanca, CO (28.2 mi.)
Rye, CO (29.0 mi.)
Segundo, CO (29.9 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.franciscofort.org

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