Italianate house built in 1883 and restored to the 1912-1924 period. This Denver landmark reflects the character of two early and important Colorado pioneer families. Buses welcome with reservation.
- Hours: Mon-Sat: 10am-4pm Sun: Closed
- Blocks to CCC: 6
- Miles to CCC: 1
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- Group Activities Description: Enjoy a distinctive house museum. Enter one of Denver's great historic homes, built in 1883 by Rocky Mountain News publisher Williams Byers and sold in 1889 to the family of William Gray Evans, an officer of the Denver Tramway Company. Guided tours take visitors through the elegant residence, richly filled with original Evans family furnishings. Guided tours will be given on the half hour from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The last tour will begin at 2:30 p.m.
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Colorado Women in Film: Pioneers
Jun 21, 2018
Join filmmaker Erika O’Conor at the Center for Colorado Women’s History for a screening of her documentary, “Pioneers”, which tells the stories of four Colorado women artists who courageously confronted social stigma and prejudice in their...
For women at the turn of the 20th century bicycling meant self-reliant travel, changes in clothing styles, and as Susan B. Anthony said “It has done more to emancipate woman than anything else in the world.” Join Bikes Together at the...
Women's History Lecture: Women in Baseball
Jul 28, 2018
From umpires to owners, women have influenced the National Pastime. Dr. Meg Frisbee will explore women's participation in baseball both on and off the field from the 1800s through today. Dr. Meg Frisbee is author of Counterpunch: The...