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Center for Colorado Women's History

The Center for Colorado Women's History will be open for walk-up shopping only on Fridays and Saturdays. Find more information on our Safe and Welcome page. Thank you!

The Center for Colorado Women’s History focuses on scholarship, research, lectures, tours and exhibits that expand the understanding and collective memory of the history of women in Colorado. Most importantly, the Center is connecting local stories to the broader stories of women’s history worldwide.

The historic house has been the home to inspiring women since 1883. It has been beautifully restored to the era of 1912-1924 and is furnished with the family's original belongings. Guided house tours weave together the stories of the many women, such as Anne Evans, who lived and worked in the home and the impact of the families on early Denver.

Now offering new adventures
Tour-in-a-box: Women Building Denver


Adventure at your own leisure with our new Tour-in-a-Box! We are bringing the history and experience of touring to you via a special box that includes a self-guided driving tour in your local community and goodies to take with you along the way. This Tour-in-a-Box will highlight the lives of a number of these early women luminaries in Denver. Grab your keys, throw down the convertible, and visit the sites of women who built Denver!

Order your box here →

Virtual Field Trips

Take your students back to 1918 Denver when World War I, the Spanish Flu, and women’s suffrage dominated the newspaper headlines. In this virtual field trip students explore these topics and everyday life in 1918-20 Denver within our restored house museum. Students will navigate areas of the house museum with inquiry-based exploration, demonstrations of everyday historic items, and biographies of the historic residents of 1310 Bannock Street. (3rd-4th grades)

Register Here → 

Upcoming Events

Hours

Hours: Friday-Sunday, 11:30AM - 3:30PM

Contact: 303-620-4933

Parking: Surface lots and metered parking are available nearby. The most convenient garage is the Civic Center Cultural Complex Garage at 12th & Broadway. Accessible parking is available in the garage and at metered spaces on 13th and 14th Avenues.


Please purchase tickets in advance of your visit by calling 303-620-4933

Adults: $8

Seniors (65+): $6

Students (12-17): $6

Youth (7-11): $4

Child (6 & Under): Free

Military: Free

History Colorado Member: Free (timed ticket required)


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“This was a special treat! If you’re looking for an awesome informative history of some of Denver’s most influential people, I cannot recommend enough. The house is breathtaking!” - reviewer on Google

Hours

Hours: Friday-Sunday, 11:30AM - 3:30PM

Contact: 303-620-4933

Parking: Surface lots and metered parking are available nearby. The most convenient garage is the Civic Center Cultural Complex Garage at 12th & Broadway. Accessible parking is available in the garage and at metered spaces on 13th and 14th Avenues.


Please purchase tickets in advance of your visit by calling 303-620-4933

Adults: $8

Seniors (65+): $6

Students (12-17): $6

Youth (7-11): $4

Child (6 & Under): Free

Military: Free

History Colorado Member: Free (timed ticket required)


Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!


“This was a special treat! If you’re looking for an awesome informative history of some of Denver’s most influential people, I cannot recommend enough. The house is breathtaking!” - reviewer on Google