Discover Golden’s history with free admission in 2021. See timeline artifacts, meet legendary people, learn about beer, enjoy renovated exhibits.
- Activities/Tours for Leisure/Business groups:
- Event Space:
- Group Activities Description: Golden History Museums welcomes groups to each of its three facilities: the Astor House, an 1860s boarding house; the Clear Creek History Park, a two-acre historic interpretive park; and the Golden History Center, a modern museum with changing exhibitions. Docent led tours are also available for an extra fee. For detailed information please visit our Website.
- Group Performance Description: Golden History Museums can accommodate school groups at each of its three facilities: the Astor House, an 1860s boarding house; the Clear Creek History Park, a two-acre historic interpretive park; and the Golden History Center, a modern museum with changing exhibitions.
- Hours: Hours vary. See website for more details.
- Indoor Fire Code: 75
- Miles to airport: 39
- Miles to CCC: 15
- Motor Coach Parking:
- Onsite Parking Spaces: 15
- Total Capacity (if applicable): 250
- Green Practice Desc: Recycle; Green cleaning supplies; Waterless urinals.
- Description Garden Terrace is a stunning location for a small wedding ceremony, reception, or gathering. Perched above Clear Creek, set amidst an historic rose garden, it offers stunning views of the sparkling water, luminous foothills, towering cottonwoods, and riverwalk. Just inside, the West Gallery is available for dining, seating, staging, or shelter on a stormy day.
- Total Sq. Ft. 726
- Catering Any licensed caterer
- Type of Venue Gallery/Museum, Parks & Gardens
- Type of Event Reception, Banquet, Meeting Classroom
- Number of Rooms 3
Golden History Center West Gallery and Garden Terrace
- Total Sq. Ft.: 726
- Width: 22
- Length: 33
- Height: 9
- Banquet Capacity: 60
- Reception Capacity: 60
Astor House Museum
- Classroom Capacity: 30
- Banquet Capacity: 30
- Reception Capacity: 30
Clear Creek History Park
- Theater Capacity: 200
- Banquet Capacity: 250
- Reception Capacity: 250
Colorado Water and the American West
May 19, 2021
This is a virtual event. Register on Eventbrite. Please join us for a discussion dedicated to Colorado’s most precious resource: water. Matthew S. Makley, Professor of History at MSU Denver, will offer a lecture and conversation about the...