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  • Started in 1909, Hotel Boulderado is the first luxury hotel in the city. It has been registered in the National Trust’s Historic Hotels of America. Nomenclature for this hotel was done after joining...
  • This building has the past as colorful as it appears. Opera, movies, disco and rock – the Boulder Theatre has presented it all while flaunting its rich hues right since it was constructed in 1906. I...
  • Put up on the national register in 1978, Chautauqua Auditorium is a wooden building that serves as a venue for high profile intellectual lectures, drama, music shows and film screening. It is situat...
  • Listed on the National Register of Historical places in Boulder this scenic bridge stands atop wide water flow called Boulder Creek. Over the past many years huge granite boulders have flown into th...
  • This structure was built in 1903 by the Louisville Milling & Elevator Company and is one of the most significant structures associated with the agricultural history of this region. With a 25,000 bus...
  • Comprising of one hundred 100 year old wooden buildings within four square blocks that include several restaurants, pubs, unique retail, and a variety of other professional services, Historic Downto...
  • This museum comprises of three historic buildings which were constructed between 1904 and 1908. Listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, this facility owned and operated by the City ...
  • This former Colorado & Southern Rail Station in the historic mining town of Louisville is now serving as an attractive children’s day care center. Located within the historic downtown Louisville are...
  • It provides a unique, adventurous and comfortable access to the summit of the historic Pikes Peak which is one of the nation’s most prominent landmarks situated at an elevation of 14,115 feet above ...
  • Built in 1873, this unique little cottage offers a rare peep into history at a time during the great Victorian era. You will have to ring the doorbell and wait for a guide to answer the front door a...
  • Focusing on the Colorado’s ‘Wild West’ days, this historic center listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, features the region’s homesteading past with renovated buildings including ...
  • This is a very famous tourist spot in downtown Colorado Springs with a collection of over 40,000 exhibits portraying the history and culture of this region. There is a courtroom on the upper-floor a...
  • Spread over a 13-acre area alongside the Poudre Trail, this historic region of the park is home to drinking fountains, playgrounds and turf lands together with a number of recreational activities. S...
  • One of the most prominent buildings located within the Old Town Fort Collins area which was originally founded as a military outpost of the U.S. Army in 1864. Currently centered on the student commu...
  • A truly quiet, beautiful and peaceful space within the city limits, many of the graves and gravestone laid here are of historic value. Open from dawn to dusk, the graves of the founders of Fort Coll...
  • Listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, this two-storey Victorian era house was built in 1879 for banker-surveyor Franklin Avery and his wife. Constructed using red-and-buff sandsto...
  • Named after the Lt. Governor and State Treasurer of Colorado, Peter W. Breene, this building located at the southeast corner of 4th and Harrison Avenue is currently the Scarlet Lounge. The Adolf Hir...
  • Gold is what originally first brought people to this mountainous high altitude settlement way back in 1859. The Leadville trail is a 12.5-mile all-season Mineral Belt Trail offering unsurpassed view...
  • More like a museum, not much has changed in this historic place for the last 100 years. It is still one of the best bars and a wonderful nightspot in the historic downtown Leadville offering a cozy ...
  • This massive three-storey structure which took about 100-days to be built by H.A.W. Tabor in 1879 is one of the most interesting historic attractions in Leadville Town. With original back-drops from...
  • Located at Pennsylvania Street in Denver, this beautiful Victorian house was built in the year 1889 and served as home to Molly Brown who became a national heroine after the sinking of the Titanic i...
  • This opulent building stands as one of the nation’s finest and largest illumination display during December and through the National Western Stock Show every year. Over five miles of electrical wiri...
  • Located on the South Forest Street on the banks of the Cherry Creek, this historic 12-acre oasis features the oldest standing structure in Denver, along with pioneer exhibits and special events for ...
  • Home to the Colorado General Assembly and the offices of the Governor of Colorado and Lieutenant Governor, this building is intentionally similar to the United States Capitol Monument. Built during ...