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Historic Sites in Wheat Ridge, CO

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Dating to 1883, the grand old Byers-Evans House was originally built for newspaper executive Williams Byers. Six ye...


The Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave occupies a 65 acre site on top of Lookout Mountain. It includes the grave sit...


Replacing the Colorado History Museum, Denver welcomed the new History Colorado Center on April 2012 into a new LEE...


Our community includes more than 250 dues-paying members, many corporate members, a year-round professional sta...


This structure was home to the &quo;Unsinkable&quo; Molly Brown, who gained her nickname by surviving the sinking o...


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Even if you're not politically minded, you'll enjoy visiting Colorado's capitol building, which was designed to res...


While famous for telling the story of Black cowboys, we are broader than this with interests in the stori...


Dinosaur Ridge

Morrison, CO

The Friends of Dinosaur Ridge is a not for profit 501C3 organization that maintains a Visitor Center and two interpretive tra...


The Auraria higher education center is located on the site of Denver’s oldest continuously occupied settlement. In 18...


Ma Barker Gang

Westminster, CO

Ma Barker's infamous son, Lloyd "Red" Barker traded in a life of crime for a life in Westminster in the 1940s. Lloyd ...


Four Corners The four corners of 17th and Champa Streets are occupied by the Boston Building (1890), the Colorado Nat...


(This memorial is made up to three plaques, each found at the base of a different piece of artillery.) Civil War Arti...


This tablet is the Property of the State of Colorado On this site stood the original home of Rocky Mountain News Firs...


Denver City

Denver, CO

City Park is Denver’s largest park. One mile long and three-quarters of a mile wide, it covers 317 acres. The lovel...


This bell is the only existing relic of Denver's old city hall. Built on this site in 1883 and razed in 1936.


General Orders, No. 11, Headquarters Grand Army of the Republic, Washington D.C. May 5, 1868. I. The 30th day of May,...


Irving Hale

Denver, CO

Scholar, Soldiers, Citizen Valedictorian of the first class, Denver high School, 1877. Graduated from United States M...


Silas S. Soule

Denver, CO

At this location on April 23, 1865, assassins shot and killed 1st Colorado Cavalary Officer Capt. Silas S. Soule. Dur...


The Denver Museum of Nature & Science is the Rocky Mountain region's leading resource for informal science education. A varie...


Astronaut, US Congressman. Born John Leonard Swigert in Denver, Colorado, he served with the US Air Force as a ...

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