Broomfield Depot Museum

The Broomfield Depot Museum is open every Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Starting June 1, 2021 the Broomfield Depot Museum will be available by drop-in only. See available hours of operation in the column to the right. 

Please note, many city and county services are also available online via self-service, or over the phone. Learn more about the reopening of City and County of Broomfield Services.

Broomfield History Open House

Friday, June 25, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Come join the Broomfield History Open House is June 25! From 4 p.m.-5 p.m. explore the Broomfield Depot Museum and learn about how you can get involved. 

Then, head over to the 6 Garden Center from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. to the Broomfield History Archives and Collection to get a behind-the-scenes look at the museum’s new accessions. Spots are limited. RSVP to David Allison at

Broomfield in the Time of COVID-19

Help write a new chapter in Broomfield’s history. Tell us your story and share objects and documents from this unique moment in time. Use this submission form to communicate what you'd like to share. The Depot Museum wants to tell the story of Broomfield during this momentous time.   

For more information about the oral history project, visit

Thank you for being a part of Broomfield's history!

Colorado Historic Newspaper

Check out digitized archives of Broomfield's newspapers from the Colorado Historic Newspaper Collection here!

Depot Building History

Constructed by Colorado & Southern Railway (C&S) bridge and building crews in 1909, the Broomfield Depot jointly served the C&S and one of its subsidiaries, the Denver & Interurban Railroad. Its hard to imagine Broomfield as a small town but in 1909 only 160 people resided in the hamlet. Concerned about the lack of housing for a station agent and hoping to attract a married man because they were considered steady and reliable, the railroad built the living-in depot with a family in mind. Guided tours explain the risks and benefits for the railroad employees and their families who lived onsite.

Behind the scenes of the Broomfield Depot Museum's restoration.